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  • Re: yamaha jog/Aerox modification

     Sounds like mine did after I did the exhaust.   Without going to a big bore you will have to wait for the resonance to start working (ie a higher rpm).   Changing the clutch springs, contra and variator springs and the weights will certainly help you out, but you will always have a bit of a hole in your ...
    Posted to Talk technical about scooters (Forum) by MacGillaZ on 04-22-2009
  • Re: Jetting/Tuning a Fresh Big Bore Scooter in Melbourne

       [quote user="Scooter HQ"] Pete @ E2W Everything two wheels - Supports this site [/quote]  Was strongly leaning towards E2W given the amount of advertising they have on here :P  I will give pete a call tomorrow and see what we can work out :D
    Posted to Ask An Expert (Forum) by MacGillaZ on 10-30-2008
  • Jetting/Tuning a Fresh Big Bore Scooter in Melbourne

     As I have NO idea of how to play with the jetting of 2 strokes, and are not particularily interested in learning via trial and error, I would like to take my scooter to a workshop who's obviously interested in playing with modified scooters.  Anyone in Melbourne got good reports on one of the many Scooter Specialists that are ...
    Posted to Ask An Expert (Forum) by MacGillaZ on 10-30-2008
  • Re: yamaha jog/Aerox modification

    Yes I did, but I went even sillier and drilled 'speed' holes in the filter housing :( The principle of the little tube is that it allows the filter housing to function as a resonator, so at certain frequencies it gets air through it much better ... Unless you are going to get the scooter rejetted to suit, then its always best to ...
    Posted to Talk technical about scooters (Forum) by MacGillaZ on 04-30-2008
  • Re: Fuel Consumption

    [quote user="Scooter HQ"] The NS125 takes 7.6 Ltrs from completely empty to completely full. [/quote]   wow ... thats like more than twice the size of my Jog 50s tank!  Owners manual states 3.5L, but I know I've put in more than that, and I've been still running, push it too the limit ..... ...
    Posted to Talk technical about scooters (Forum) by MacGillaZ on 03-25-2008
  • Re: yamaha jog modification

     Cut a wire?   Don't need too cut anything with an older Jog, just unplug the Red wire and hey presto no more 60k limiter!  Although running without it plugged in the Scooter seems a bit different below 60, still will go looking at a different CDI once I've installed the big bore kit :D  
    Posted to Talk technical about scooters (Forum) by MacGillaZ on 03-18-2008
  • Re: 6 Hours of Scooter Mayhem @ Willowbank

    Sif they going to bust you for having a teddy on your dash, what you gonna do, throw it at someone (mariokart styles) ... now if it was a turtle :P Hope everyone has fun, I want to see lots of vids and pics peoples :D
    Posted to Scooter Track Events (Forum) by MacGillaZ on 12-14-2007
  • Re: Vmoto Monza Speed-up tips

    R4vi hooked me up with a cheap ebay seller that can get you taiwanese/chinese parts that will suite your budget for cheap cheap :D I couldn't find any decent exhausts on ebay so thats where my budget has gone a little south, but for under $200 you could get big bore + crank, variator, contra + clutch springs, new reed valve and all you gotta ...
    Posted to Talk technical about scooters (Forum) by MacGillaZ on 12-10-2007
  • Re: Modifying a Yamaha

     Thanks Rob :D  The lightest rollers I've got are the factory Yamaha ones, but they start to eat into my top end, which i need to safely commute on 80k roads.  My scoot hasn't had the big bore stuff fitted (will be getting the crank to go along with it as this one is that damaged I don't trust it with more power) but I ...
    Posted to Talk technical about scooters (Forum) by MacGillaZ on 12-08-2007
  • Re: Modifying a Yamaha

    Super Spotter Point for Scooter HQ!! :D   Been riding the scooter every time I go out now (its more fun than driving to work!) and while I'm 'happy' with it now being able to go faster than the traffic, the problem of it still not accelerating quick enough from 30-60kph is getting me frustrated.   Its plenty quick ...
    Posted to Talk technical about scooters (Forum) by MacGillaZ on 12-07-2007
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