15 januari 2019 om 20:25 #782973
Do you have footage of the power weelys? 😛
And how is your cooling system holding up?16 januari 2019 om 06:27 #782984
@jelle: jes i want to do that for real but there are some difficulties with my cnc guy. i think it needs some moth till we have a good and cheap solution.
also is there the question if you guys need also a different variator or if it is also okay with the standard variator from Malossi and Polini.
we have to test it 🙂
@zevenenergie: i dont have some fotage jet but i will make some 🙂
The cooling system is now awesome with outer temp. of 10°C…. the Engine is not getting hotter than 60-70°C
this is the Temp which i also need in summer. that would be nice17 april 2019 om 06:48 #786024
i remounted the Polini Sport but in brand new. I modifieyed some things like the exhaust with a flange so the problem with the pissing around the outlet will stop 😁
i also modified my clutch.
i turned the clutch brackets otherwise.
and again a difference like day and night. Now there are also wheelys makeable again 👌
next thing is that I mounted a 16mm Malossi Special beld from a Honda Wallaroo. Fits not perfekt because my frame is 2cm too long but it works fine.
Without any modifications on carburetore and ignition it runs now 95kmh. But the accelreration is uultra good 😝
next step is the waterpump.
i still have issues with the water pump.
As I checked it I noticed that it’s not running good and free. The konstruction and the design of the pump is not the regular quality like we know from Polini.
So i picked up my older project and modified again 🙂
minarelli water pump In the inside with new case.
I hope the cooling ist now getting a little better .
and thx to Ties! He told me that I can upload now photos from my Handy here while laying on my couch 😂17 april 2019 om 07:15 #786025
Finally some upload from your phone easy peazy right?
Your upgrade looks amazing again. Im curious where you got your belt? I need a 15bor 16mm for my Ciao. But i cannot find it17 april 2019 om 07:29 #786026
Haha Marc! Look how easy ! I truly miss you over here 😀
Thanks a lot for sharing a lot of people including me getting a wet pants from you stuff. :p17 april 2019 om 09:51 #786029
@Flick: jeah easy as Hell! very comfortable now haha
Maybe you find someone who can make a Vespa Ciao APP! Thats next Level!
To the Belt: i will figure out the lenght between crank and clutch shaft than you can look yourself if the Beld can fit or not. Because 35€ for a belt like the Malossi one is not very cheap at all!
@ties: same like with your stuff: also real hot stuff!!!! great for racing.
A little bit sad that you can not drive a tour with a setup like that 🙂 this would be great.
Which belt are you driving on your Alu CNC Frame?17 april 2019 om 15:36 #786034
Thanks Marc, for the tour I use the piaggio ciao with speed engine and athena 46mm.
I use also the malossi x belt for wallaroo, it’s a SI frame.18 april 2019 om 08:15 #786062
can we make a comparison which distance you have between mittle of the Crankshaft to the middle of the Clutchshaft?
Im thinking about to shorten my selfmade frame so that the belt fits perfekt 🙂18 april 2019 om 15:20 #786064
I give you the measurement tonight 🙂19 april 2019 om 07:43 #786074
From center to center 47cm19 april 2019 om 10:04 #786078
Unbelievable, jedterday I posted some new fotos but now theyre gone 🙁
i also have exact the same 470mm
but I think 1-2 cm shorter would be better.
Or how do you think?
Waterpump runs also. I will find our the next days if the cooling is getting better19 april 2019 om 10:07 #786079
I dont know with disk you have? The 110 minarelli ? I have the doria 110mm and its prefect with the Honda belt19 april 2019 om 10:45 #786080
Thats a nice home made upgrade agian, for sure this will give you some better cooling19 april 2019 om 12:14 #786081
This is a ineffective design.
It will pump, but the spinning water closes the exit.
The more revs, the worse this works.
a snail’s house is much better.
19 april 2019 om 13:25 #786093
@ties, it’s a 107mm one for minarelli.
In my opinion it could be a little bit shorter Becuase the front variator can push more till it reaches the top.
@zeven: you are right! No question.
I did this excenter in the inside but I can’t do it on this wise for 100% because I don’t have the room. Otherwise the pump becomes way to big!
If you zoom in the pictures you can see it that I drilled it inside the pump a little bit excenter. I will make a draw of it later to explain better
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