Re: Jbot accepting porting jobs

> Toledo Riot Wrote:

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> I just came here to say

>

> been out since 12/05/09 when our 2009 arrived lazer sport 5 in usa now

> 2010 upgraded in looks only (same) ped looks only so if you see an 09

> model it will have blacked out wheels from us in california 2010 has

> polished lip on alloy wheels thats it but if check prices very low

> compared to any other new moped parts out therebeen out since 12/05/09

> when our 2009 arrived lazer sport 5 in usa now 2010 upgraded in looks

> only (same) ped looks only so if you see an 09 model it will have

> blacked out wheels from us in california 2010 has polished lip on alloy

> wheels thats it but if check prices very low compared to any other new

> moped parts out there no one has new since mopeds been here since 70s

> all are old stock lazer mopeds are newest pedal moped in usa but i

> promise they are here to stay jerry

lmfao

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I’ve been getting a lot of response from beginners here, and I should clarify.

I’d rather not port stock e50 cylinders.

It’s just not worth it for you if you want substantial gains. Stock puch Piston port 50cc sucks shit unless it’s very ported, then there’s all sorts of setup pitfalls that you’ll probably fuck up plus other things that must be done like clutch mods and timing adjustments and getting squish tight.

I will port special stock cylinders, rare ones or for stock class racing and do reed conversions on them. But spending $100-150 on a stock puch cylinder just is crazy when you can get a treats reed for cheap then have me deck and port that. That’s when you get something special and really fun that’s worth your money and my time. I make crazy shit, take advantage of my craziness

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i want aux exhaust ports put into a 44mm airsal tomos kit. can you do this for me??

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Usually yes.. depends on how much meat is there around the port and how big the main port is, and whether or not the studs are sealed or open. Often aux ports pop into the stud holes so open studs sucks to do.

is the plating bond strong?

Tomos a55 I did liked to lift plating off easily.

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the nikasil seems to have a pretty strong bond.

I think that the stud holes are sealed.

i'll dm you and we can figure out the semantics of the situation.

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Perfect whats going on with the solo then I'll send you one of mine for a copy job. 2021 is the year of the solo

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Tweaker trash /

I see this ending bad

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You can port my cylinder anytime JBot. As far as mopeds go...I would pay you monies to get my Hobbit in order.

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Jack Rutherford /

dang - probably a 1 year wait list by now

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Just message me if you want a setup too.

Like if your bike is sucking shit and you don’t know wats up or want to get a full JBOT special project build. Haha never have done that before but if the money was right, well you know.... I’m flexible

I sometimes prefer working on a whole bike so all it’s problems can all be fixed. Too often a port job gets fucked up by people not setting them up right and seizing them fast, fuck that

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> Mitch Mills Wrote:

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> Perfect whats going on with the solo then I'll send you one of mine for

> a copy job. 2021 is the year of the solo

I’ve realized I’m going to have to plumb in a radiator. I’m running pig rich now, and keeping the temps barely acceptable. I tried leaning it out a bit and it was getting way too hot way too fast. I have a weird tiny radiator I’m going to try and make work, it will allow me to jet this thing for performance and not for air cooled safety.

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