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  1. cresstt

    Dual sport moped?

    it does exist overhere in Malaysia. There's even a motard version of the moped. Check out this link http://www.thaimotorcycles.com/tm2005/Ndetail.asp?Forum_ID=4&nBase_ID=12
  2. hi yall...I'm aftering part diagram for my chinese clone. Mine is different on the oil pump dept. All other parts are identical with the GY200 and GY150 engine. click on the picture to supersize it Here a pic of what thre rest of the world has, 169lfm 163lfm http://img153.imageshack.us/my.php?image=mm6tp8.jpg Here is what's under the clucth (right cover) on my bike with the cluth basker removed : http://img148.imageshack.us/my.php?image=dsc0363wz7.jpg Picture of the oil pump with the sproket removed http://img226.imageshack.us/my.php?image=dsc0364mx3.jpg Picture of the centrifugal oil filter. There's a chain (removed) just behind the filter and it turns the oil pump sprocket. http://img226.imageshack.us/my.php?image=dsc0365ju4.jpg http://img243.imageshack.us/my.php?image=dsc0366ho8.jpg if anyone knows what kinda engine I have or better yet have a parts fish, please let me know. I'm trying to fix a grinding/ bearing failure kinda sound that comes from under the rightmost cog. Thanks
  3. Hi yall , this is my first post. Not to sure where to ask actually. I've this chinese xr clone with 150 cc motor. It has been superb, and I ride it everyday to work clocking almost 43 miles everyday for two years. yesterday it developed a very rich condition,and to make the story short, I pulled of the stator and traced the excitor and pickup coil terminals. Kickstarting will yeild about 30 to 50 vac at the excitor terminal. Is this considered healthy ? Using the same digital voltmeter, at the 200 vac setting, I didnt get anything on the pickup coil terminal. I read from http://hometown.aol.co.uk/bikesparks/CDI_1.htm that u need a analog voltmeter to test both the excitor and pickup. Getting hold of a analog meter is hard. Is there a way to test the pickup coil with a digital volmeter? Should I be getting reading from the pickup terminals even when using a digital meter set at 200 vac?
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