Re: Stage6 MK1 Peugeot Engine

Post video!

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Runs rich but wanna be on the safe side for now. Also bike is a mess gotta button things up.

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Great work man!

Glad to see this all came together and you really put in the work to get it on the bike and going!

I think you should make the wiring go over the top part permanent. Will be great for GP

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Did 6 break in runs. Seems pretty good, ran very rich to be on the safe side. Started the tare down to swap in a malossi swing arm and clean up the bike (hardware, paint, etc).

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> L ee Wrote:

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> Runs rich but wanna be on the safe side for now. Also bike is a mess

> gotta button things up.

>

>

Hell yea dawg that bitch is fat! Sounds fucking good. Definitely ready to rip so wieners off. Power band baby fucking power band.

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Welllll what was the outcome?!?

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Only outcome ATM is that it seems to run and Rev fine. I started to tare thing down to do it up 'right'.

Had Crank pipes cut me sum metal, and weld wizard Jake weld it up real nice.

Made an engine cradle, adjusted exhaust angle, and a mounting spot for doppler engine spring onto the malossi swing arm.

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Next thing is I want to run this pwk Stage6 26mm carb. Pug swingarm is kinda small but after sum messin around I came up with this..

Getting the intake piece made out of 7075 Al as we speak, errr type.

So the project is still a project!

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That welding! It's the difference between a project and a masterpiece.

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Wow that stage6 moby is great! I love how the top mount goes to the case vs the head to reduce stress. Was planning to do a moby conversion if people seemed interested enough in the pug version and how well it sells once it’s out.

I think his rpm gauge is set wrong. It says 30k lol, no way. That’s double. I’ve seen 15,070 on my hobbit and up to around 14k riding and variating. Maybe he explains that though. I don’t know French.

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That moby is a set of minarelli scooter cases cut up with a mount added. Probably rips proper as it has a bigger reeds and decent transfers.

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Barack Obama /

> Pritza R&D Wrote:

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> Wow that stage6 moby is great! I love how the top mount goes to the case

> vs the head to reduce stress. Was planning to do a moby conversion if

> people seemed interested enough in the pug version and how well it sells

> once it’s out.

>

> I think his rpm gauge is set wrong. It says 30k lol, no way. That’s

> double. I’ve seen 15,070 on my hobbit and up to around 14k riding and

> variating. Maybe he explains that though. I don’t know French.

It’s probably a four stroke rpm gauge

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Barack Obama /

> Joel P Wrote:

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> That moby is a set of minarelli scooter cases cut up with a mount added.

> Probably rips proper as it has a bigger reeds and decent transfers.

Easily can make 20hp

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Bit off topic but this the best sounding MBK ever

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Got the intake made for Lee on my little China desktop mill. Turned out pretty good for using my super crappy 250w spindle. Sending them over to him today so hopefully he will have it all back together soon!

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> Pritza R&D Wrote:

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> Got the intake made for Lee on my little China desktop mill. Turned out

> pretty good for using my super crappy 250w spindle. Sending them over to

> him today so hopefully he will have it all back together soon!

> >

Almost looks like you know what you're doing . LOL

Nice work . ;)

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Using the intake The Stage6 PWK carb fits with clearence on both sides of the swingarm. Gonna need a tiny 90 for the throttle cable so I don't hit the frame though.

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Exhaust mock up. Gonna need to make a real exhaust hanger. Pretty happy with how the angles worked out though. Hopefully I can turn right with minimal scraping.

Might move the real hanger back slightly.

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Question for ya Peugeot people. I think it was Naz? Err someone correct me if I'm wrong that ran an inverted variator.

Is there any info on this? I plan to do it to prevent the crank from going snappy snap.

It might be easy but figured I'd see what others have done first. Plan on using a ER3.

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On Peugeot it is somewhat involved to flip an er3, moby er3 is easy just unbolt all the stuff and assemble it backwards on the hub. The only benefit to flipping is to get the belt alignment further out at max var. other than that it just makes it harder to tune.

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Barack Obama /

> Daniel '' Wrote:

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> On Peugeot it is somewhat involved to flip an er3, moby er3 is easy just

> unbolt all the stuff and assemble it backwards on the hub. The only

> benefit to flipping is to get the belt alignment further out at max var.

> other than that it just makes it harder to tune.

It also putS the weight of the variator on the more inner part of the crank For strength and balance

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You would need to do number of things to properly flip the variator. Let me know if you would like a couple photos.

It does move much of the mass off the end of the crankshaft and inboard towards the motor. While I am doing the lathe work to the inner section of the variator I also usually wander over to the mill and machine a new pocket into the doppler variator so it also properly keys to the crankshaft.

You would also need to machine your doppler clutch shoes and switch the clutch pulley to HFL3030 bearing. During the machining of the clutch shoes I usually counter-bore and tap some holes into the clutch shoes to allow for variator weights to be added or removed so you can also tune the clutch somewhat. This whole process allows the pulley to be pushed out a bit further from the bike to get better belt alignment. Also I run a thrust bearing stack on either side of the pulley. That also helps with belt alignment has the added benefit that it also cuts down on friction.

Last little thing is the rear sprocket needs a little spacing out as well to get it back in alignment after you just pushed pulley out with that thrust stack on the inboard side.

I do this same process to all these parts any time I use any of them.

Sorry for the long response and hopefully that all made sense since I kinda suck at writing

good luck on the project.

-Naz

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Thanks Naz.

I have a spare er3, case, and doppler crank I can get started with. I'll probably do this on the side as it is more involved than anticipated. Then plop it on one day.

> Michael Mike Naz Wrote:

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> You would need to do number of things to properly flip the variator. Let

> me know if you would like a couple photos.

>

> It does move much of the mass off the end of the crankshaft and inboard

> towards the motor. While I am doing the lathe work to the inner section

> of the variator I also usually wander over to the mill and machine a new

> pocket into the doppler variator so it also properly keys to the

> crankshaft.

>

> You would also need to machine your doppler clutch shoes and switch the

> clutch pulley to HFL3030 bearing. During the machining of the clutch

> shoes I usually counter-bore and tap some holes into the clutch shoes to

> allow for variator weights to be added or removed so you can also tune

> the clutch somewhat. This whole process allows the pulley to be pushed

> out a bit further from the bike to get better belt alignment. Also I run

> a thrust bearing stack on either side of the pulley. That also helps

> with belt alignment has the added benefit that it also cuts down on

> friction.

>

> Last little thing is the rear sprocket needs a little spacing out as

> well to get it back in alignment after you just pushed pulley out with

> that thrust stack on the inboard side.

>

> I do this same process to all these parts any time I use any of them.

>

> Sorry for the long response and hopefully that all made sense since I

> kinda suck at writing

>

> good luck on the project.

>

> -Naz

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Attached is center section difference, the left one is old retired part and the one on the right is spare that was planning on cutting down.

-naz

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