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Stu aka S.Hanson #17

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About Stu aka S.Hanson #17

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  • Birthday 07/29/1969

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    Harrisburg, PA
  • Currently Owned Lambrettas
    1962 Ser.2/Avanti tt3 225 - Not anymore. Ex wife got it...
    1974 Watercooled Serveta 225 cyclone 5
    1964 Tv175/RB235 cyclone 5
    1964 Li 125/210 RB longstroke, Mammoth head, wossner piston, af clutch, close ratio box
    1959 Ser.1 Li150 225/Rapido race with reed and avanti head, Cyclone 5

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  1. Stu aka S.Hanson #17

    Potential Race Track

    Might be of interest to Adam or Woody Friend of mine owns a Yamaha shop. He just took on this race track and is always looking for racing organizations to get on the track. https://www.sandyhookspeedway.com/rentals
  2. Stu aka S.Hanson #17

    It's electric

    Can't think of a better thing to do with a ve $pa . Hilarious? More like ridiculous. https://www.google.com/amp/s/electrek.co/2018/12/13/V3$p@-inspired-electric-monowheel/amp/
  3. Stu aka S.Hanson #17

    Hydra Rear Brake

    Just saw this. 390 pounds sterling for the complete kit.
  4. Stu aka S.Hanson #17

    M/Nissin Numbers

    I did a little digging. I think it's a front brake caliper off a honda rebel cmx 250. Not sure of the year but it looks like an '85 and up. The whole assembly a complete caliper looks to be around $45. I am not 100% sure so please double check me.. https://www.ebay.com/i/232292780015?chn=ps&ul_ref=https%3A%2F%2Frover.ebay.com%2Frover%2F1%2F711-117182-37290-0%2F2%3Fmpre%3Dhttps%253A%252F%252Fwww.ebay.com%252Fi%252F232292780015%253Fchn%253Dps%26itemid%3D232292780015%26targetid%3D537337823424%26device%3Dm%26adtype%3Dpla%26googleloc%3D1025001%26poi%3D%26campaignid%3D1590235577%26adgroupid%3D59485653105%26rlsatarget%3Dpla-537337823424%26abcId%3D1140216%26merchantid%3D113437936%26gclid%3DCjwKCAiAodTfBRBEEiwAa1haupW01D4ButfUaiOJZkQ2B07YuPqKnO6LQmYyZiyp_GEhujU-QU8xZBoCkt4QAvD_BwE%26srcrot%3D711-117182-37290-0%26rvr_id%3D1751026509391%26rvr_ts%3D387377651670ada61ee1a163ffe54323
  5. Stu aka S.Hanson #17

    M/Nissin Numbers

    I don't know the numbers but I do believe the caliper has the same parts as a honda rebel. I posted numbers a long time ago. Probably on the old site...
  6. Stu aka S.Hanson #17

    RT 195 vs SS 200

    I still have that rt for sale but I did just see this on LCUSA Facebook classifieds.
  7. Stu aka S.Hanson #17

    RT 195 vs SS 200

    I would like to elaborate on the description of the rt performance. The torque is pretty feirce from way down rpms and holds the power very well up the rev range. It drops off pretty high up the rev range , but by that time you are more than ready to change gears. It's like that in every gear. My gearing is 46/15, a.f. rayspeed close ratio box, mec eur mid weight flywheel. 30mm mikuni, jl 4 ( it's what I had to use) Any ss200 owners on here? I'm interested to hear.
  8. Stu aka S.Hanson #17

    RT 195 vs SS 200

    Honestly, I got a price on the rb that was way to good to pass up. I was going to hold out till I could afford the quatrini 210. I think the rb will be more of a challenge to set up with a longstroke crank. The ss200 looks pretty straight forward if you use casa parts and follow there build formula. I have had no experience with the ss200 or the quatrini 210 nor have I seen them in person. As Mike said it might be less expensive to tune or try different things like a light flywheel and different gearing. On the flip side, in the past, when I've had a kit that wasn't fast enough and started to put money into a tune bigger carb and an expansion chamber, it never seemed enough.
  9. Stu aka S.Hanson #17

    RT 195 vs SS 200

    I think now the question of reliability comes down to how it's built and maintained. Like with all kit upgrades, all othere parts in the motor may need to be upgraded as well. Because an ss200 was designed for racing, it is more likely to need specific upgraded parts because of the higher power output and and a lot more skill to set up correctly. With the rt, you may be able to use some parts you currently have, it's made to be easy assembly and was designed for touring. The rt I have has a reedvalve, boost port and a longstroke crank so I can't really comment on how a stock kit runs. Mine pulls really well. Starts and idles great. Is good on fuel. I run a 30mm mikuni tmx and expansion chamber. It's stronger than a stock 200. More like an Imola. At least how I remember an imola. The quality of the kit is really nice. My case was matched to the kit. Easy assembly. Easily cruises with modern traffic. City or higher speed roads. Fun. As I understand it, as a bolt on, the rt is on par with the gt 186, mugelo and imola. The next step up in performance woul be the rb 20, casa ss200 and quatrini 210. Just for full disclosure, I'm upgrading to an rb20.... Here is one of many links to the topic that was discussed before.
  10. Stu aka S.Hanson #17

    Ser.3 LI125 w/reedvalved Rt195 project

    Finished. Kind of. Got it ready to race and was riding it to work. Runs great. Got a deal on a different top end, pulled the motor. Current top end, the rt 195, piston, head, reed valve, 30mm tmx will be for sale shortly.
  11. Stu aka S.Hanson #17

    Ser.3 LI handlebar switch

    Thanks for the help! Got it. I had the tail light ground attached to the bolt that attaches the tail light housing to the frame. I moved the ground and it works great. They no longer sell the led tail light boards. I'll try the bulbs in the future
  12. Stu aka S.Hanson #17

    Ser.3 LI handlebar switch

    Nope, not the ground by the tail light. Still nothing. It's a bgm (go figure) l.e.d. tail brake light 12 volt assembly
  13. Stu aka S.Hanson #17

    East Coast Vintage Scooter Race Oct. 20th/21

    On the 20th and 21st of October there is an informal vintage scooter race It's at Lafayette Motorsport Park. 4930 US Highway 20, Lafayette, New York 13084, United States. It's a tight track. Show up and run it! Or cheer them on! Contact Adam B. https://members.lambrettaclubusa.net/profile/51-solerunner1/ https://lafayettemp.com
  14. Stu aka S.Hanson #17

    Ser.3 LI handlebar switch

    I have a casa lambretta ser.3 LI handlebar switch. The wire colors are red, blue, yellow, green, black, grey, brown, long brown and long white. My question is what is the grey for? Not the long white. The grey wire. I have the grey plugged in the brown. The picture was taken from the scooter speed website. My problem is everything in the headset works as it should. There is power to the back of the bike to tail and brake light. Checked with multimeter. But neither tail or brake light works. Maybe a ground issue?
  15. Stu aka S.Hanson #17

    Engine revs high

    Yes, air leak. Do everything others mentioned first.
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