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k-dog last won the day on January 24 2016

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  1. really? will send a PM
  2. we are eventually doing a remake.. But I can ask Peter how that works
  3. k-dog


    Looks like your sorted out. Welcome!
  4. We do. Hmmm it being Feb and that was December.... perhaps it got jammed up in the mail? Let me look in and see whats known on our end and we will send again.
  5. This a ride out? Or are all of these yours? Looking good!
  6. What tools do you want? I have some duplicates. Can bring to  Jammy. 

  7. I could find a good home for it.

    Please advise and of course it goes without saying I'll handle the shipping costs.



    1. k-dog


      ok it's yours - I'll just send it.

  8. loving your ride!

    1. Rogger Intriago

      Rogger Intriago

      Thanks man! It sweet still in the break in stage ..... Possible 50 more miles...... Might go to sleep away with it 

    2. k-dog


      cool! did you book your room yet?


    3. Rogger Intriago

      Rogger Intriago

      Errr no..... Lol

  9. I would like tickets for Italy rally. Do I just buy them on the site. When do you need to know the numbers by. 



  10. k-dog

    Spark Plugs

    Spark Plugs can be one of the many issues of why your Lambretta won’t start, or why it has issue while it is running. It’s always a great idea to carry at least one or two spares in your scooter or in your jacket. Leaving them in the box is ok – but the box seems to crumble up so maybe a smaller sturdy container is ideal. So seems that most of us use NGK spark plugs. NGK is the plug that this piece will be on. So a spark plug is identified with numbers & letters. What do they mean? The various numbers and letters in a spark plug code or identification numbe, basically identify the features and functions of a particular plug. Included would be information such as plug type, heat rating, construction, thread diameter, thread reach and firing end construction. What we Lambretta riders need to know when we get our plugs: a standard plug for standard riding is 7 or 8. If you ride WOT or seem to be out in the straighaways/ roadtrips/ interstates/ keeping the r.p.m.s up a 9 may be your number. So that’s a B7ES or B8ES or a B9ES. Every scooter is different deepening on where you live, desert vs. mountains, tuning, and modifications. Starting at 8 is safe and plug checks are a recommended necessity at first to know what your scooter likes. The range can be 6 in some cases or 10…if this is you, then you probably won’t be reading this anyway. Once a plug is in it’s good till it’s fouled….Of course the best thing to do is gap it accordingly If you’d like to get the most out of your plug: suggestions are- 0.020-0.024in for 4 pole systems & electronic ignitions & 0.018-0.020in for 6 pole systems (as suggested in the Sticky's Spanners guide). Experiment a bit to see is you can see a life span. Some folks re-use plugs but for the most part it can work in a pinch – but for an item under $4.00 – why go cheap? While we are at it, make sure your spark plug cap is a resistor model- as these seem to be better then what originally came on a Lambretta. Any clunky metal caps, chipped up, or brittle caps should be upgraded. Ask for NGK LB05F –These 90 degree plug caps feature tight fitting rubber waterproof covers and positive attachment mechanisms on both ends for shake-proof grip. If you know of another brand or have experience please add it.
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