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  • Re: Removing Airbox Restrictor from Daelim S1

    [quote user=&quot;Scooter HQ&quot;] Its not a restrictor like on a 50cc scoot,&nbsp;it&nbsp;forms&nbsp;part of the air intake system.&nbsp;We think you&#39;ve leaned her out, have you thrown a temp gauge on it to see how hot its running now?&nbsp; [/quote]&nbsp; No, where would I attach such a gauge?&nbsp; It&#39;s air-cooled so I can&#39;t ...
    Posted to Talk technical about scooters (Forum) by eviladrian on 02-02-2009
  • Re: Wednesday Eats 4th Feb

    Where do we sign up for this?&nbsp; I&#39;m up for it! &nbsp;
    Posted to Club and Ride Events (Forum) by eviladrian on 02-02-2009
  • Re: Removing Airbox Restrictor from Daelim S1

    &nbsp;Kyza, the piece I removed is not screwed in at all, there is a small slot that it slides into, with some tar-like &quot;glue&quot; over the end.&nbsp; It slides out very easily, but you do need to open the airbox up by undoing the 7 phillips-head screws around the sides, then pull out the plate with the filter element. &nbsp;I would guess ...
    Posted to Talk technical about scooters (Forum) by eviladrian on 02-01-2009
  • Re: Daelim S1 125

    &nbsp;While playing round with the airbox on my S1, I found this funny-looking restrictor stuck on the air inlet. &nbsp; So I decided to remove it and make a thread in the Technical forum about the results.
  • Removing Airbox Restrictor from Daelim S1

    &nbsp;While tinkering with my new S1, I decided to have a look around the intake system to see how everything fits together. I started by making a short video of the stock scooter starting up and revving in place, to compare volume after any changes. http://au.youtube.com/watch?v=Synu7kNQpYM &nbsp; The airbox is pretty well-sized and sucks ...
    Posted to Talk technical about scooters (Forum) by eviladrian on 02-01-2009
  • Re: Derestricting 50cc, extra safety Vs Fine, which is more worth it?

    While checking out smaller scooters for the lady of the house, I mentioned to one dealer that she was dead-set against 50s after a bad experience with a rental Bug that she accidentally took onto a main road and had cars screaming past while she had the throttle wide open but couldn&#39;t get over 55km/h. The dude then said &quot;Oh we&#39;ll ...
  • Re: Daelim S1 125

    [quote user=&quot;kyza&quot;]Would like a turbo. Would love to watch my fuel gauge run down even faster :)[/quote]&nbsp; If you could find a compressor small enough, the S1 would probably be a good candidate for turbocharging.&nbsp; You don&#39;t have to worry about the compressed air blowing out the exhaust ports like on a 2-stroke, and the EFI ...
  • Re: Daelim S1 125

    &nbsp;Yep, my big metal wheely-box is described by Mitsubishi as needing 10 litres of fuel for 100km of city driving.&nbsp; I&#39;m lucky to get away with 15, and it&#39;s usually more like 16.&nbsp; Manufacturer fuel figures probably owe more to the marketing department than engineering. &nbsp; ScooterHQ, a few posts back you linked to a Daelim ...
  • Re: Daelim S1 125

    Hi, just bought a maroon S1 from Zoot Annandale.&nbsp; It was a few hundred off as it had been the demo one and had 600km on the clock, so it&#39;s probably the same scooter from the start of this thread.&nbsp; I&#39;ve had it for two weeks and done a bit over 250km in that time. I filled it up the day I bought it and just refilled it today, put ...
  • Re: physics of riding

    In-depth investigation of the forces involved in riding a pushbike here One interesting upshot of this guy&#39;s research is that he found that gyroscopic effects have very little impact on the stability of the bike, which is reassuring for anyone with a small-wheel scooter, but that it is the small, mostly automatic corrections that you make to ...
    Posted to Talk technical about scooters (Forum) by eviladrian on 01-22-2009
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