25 augustus 2018 om 22:21 #777952
A little more progress, still not going fast 🙂 it is “only” The back side left25 augustus 2018 om 22:33 #777953
Still nice to see the progress although slow. You can already see the shape of the wheel.25 augustus 2018 om 22:55 #777957
I agree, always Nice to see The result between each run.. 🙂 we have now knocked The piece out and re rigged it for The back side.
If we would have had more time, we would have made 45 degree chamfer on each edge in The CNC. It would have been sexiest, but now we will do it by hand instead26 augustus 2018 om 00:52 #777961
Geting close, geting tired!26 augustus 2018 om 01:34 #777962
Well, now its time to go home…26 augustus 2018 om 10:36 #777966
Nice ! Take my money and shut up :p
hope you soon post a video with this fan 😀26 augustus 2018 om 11:01 #777971
Looks great 🙂 Hope to see more soon26 augustus 2018 om 17:19 #777983
For the right buyer, the complete motor is for sale. Anyone interested, send a PM for further details and bid.
Today I tried to fit the polini variator I bought 3½ years ago, seems like they were drunk at the factory. The hole inner disc is offset and impossible to align with the bushing. Think it will be hard to get a new one from JMPB after all theese years 😀
Next question will be:
– Should the bushing of variator sit down the bottom of the shaft (bottom of the part with the flat side).
As I don’t have any original motor I haven’t anything to measure from.. Trying to figure out the size of the shim-ring/bushing I need between rotor and variator.
Edit: It seem to be just a bushing, by the look of the malossi version I should be able to bore the hole a bit so that the bushing fits on the disc while installed on the crank. Malossi is using a 2-piece construction, so I don’t think the inner diameter of the bushing will make any difference.26 augustus 2018 om 19:02 #777987
Looks great26 augustus 2018 om 22:54 #778004
I’m very much more interested in only the flywheel instead of the whole engine.26 augustus 2018 om 23:13 #778006Send me a PM with your home adress, I can sponsor you with the 2-piece 3D printed mockup if you want it to elaborate fitments, or use it as a frisbee or something, 🙂31 augustus 2018 om 12:35 #778116
First of all, this all looks very nice! I’m only wondering, why did you choose to have the fins directed in the opposite direction?7 september 2018 om 15:36 #778397
@aa-t: Sorry for late reply, didn’t notice your post!
I did it after a bit of research and looking at fans for other motors, not vespa motors.7 september 2018 om 19:24 #778405
Interesting, would be nice to test different models on our mopeds and see how this differs in performance and temperature. But I understand this is way too much time consuming and the costs would be high. Hopefully you found the right formula straight away 😉10 september 2018 om 22:43 #778526
Yes, it would be kind of time consuming to both produce all fans, but also test them out..
Some small progress on “the dream” 🙂
I just haven’t figured out the stator position according to the rotation of crank..
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