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> Daniel '' Wrote:

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> Steam pressure will not be ok in that cansister it will pop and blow hot

> water all over you. I dare you to ride it 20 miles with out stop. It

> needs to have a controlled bleed into a sealed container or have it

> completely capped off with no overflow and purged of all air.

Ohhh that trust me that is not permanent! Ill get a proper bottle to replace it, but it was what was laying around the shop and worked for tuning

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Moved the radiator, still waiting on my proper recovery bottle to show up from China

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Much better placement. On mine I have it mounted to where the cable stay bolts to. Naz has 2 brackets that run from the side cover mounts up the bottom of the tank. I think mattp has his mounted similar to yours.

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Another reference for radiator mounts. Actually done by previous owner... Definitely not my first choice and actually would not recommend, but looks like metal screws or similar right into the frame. You can see em at the bottom, then just metal plate for mounting.

I like the idear of using side cover mount holes and running up under the tank. I might take this out and do that.

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^ thats one way to do it

PS, last night I was at my shop, I had a Moby ER3 with clutch function laying around, so I decided to see if it would work on a 103.

I tossed some washers on the crank to get the belt alignment right, then just bolted it down, and fuck me it worked great, now I have to use the old cardboard trick to start it, buuuuut it idled and ripped, and no more starter arm catch, Ill post a picture up later

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Travis posted a while back about how if you use the bevel washer that goes on first after the fixed variator cheek in the stack and use the variator bushing in the moby variator a moby var goes on Peugeot and is spaced almost perfectly.

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> Daniel '' Wrote:

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> Travis posted a while back about how if you use the bevel washer that

> goes on first after the fixed variator cheek in the stack and use the

> variator bushing in the moby variator a moby var goes on Peugeot and is

> spaced almost perfectly.

yepppp I remember watching his little how to video, I was kinda shocked at how easy it was

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Ignore the giant bolts, I got this second hand and the guides were missing, waiting on them to come back in stock on Treats

So it idles well once I got the belt tension proper, however it’s a bit to much for the stock spring, it will slip the belt and rock the motor if you give it to much throttle, so I ordered a Polini engine spring to solve that issue

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Polini spring is trash and will fall apart. Ditch the circlip on the back side and replace it with something that won’t just pop off off of there and make it all fall apart when you take your belt off. I cut m8 threads in mine and used a nylock nut.

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> Daniel '' Wrote:

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> Polini spring is trash and will fall apart. Ditch the circlip on the

> back side and replace it with something that won’t just pop off off of

> there and make it all fall apart when you take your belt off. I cut m8

> threads in mine and used a nylock nut.

I haven’t had that problem, I drilled a hole in the subframe, tapped it to m6, then threaded a bolt in to keep it in place, it’s a trick from AllRedRed, works fine

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DrGeorgeTompson (Alan) /

yeah but that bolt just keeps the block from falling out. The clip is still kinda poopy and will pop off.

I put an 8mm shaft collar where the circlip was after it fell off.

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> DrGeorgeTompson (Alan) Wrote:

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> yeah but that bolt just keeps the block from falling out. The clip is

> still kinda poopy and will pop off.

>

> I put an 8mm shaft collar where the circlip was after it fell off.

Ahhhhh I see what your saying, Ill look into it!

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more peugeot porn please

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press fit w/anti rotation (Garth & Naz fabricated)

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and fuck

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Moral of the story?

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my machines are divine even when they’re broken

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> Time Warner Wrote:

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> and fuck

Damn I was scared of this happening on that spaced out er3...

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Hi, how do I open up the variator from a torrot turismo victoria engine? I have searched the wiki and found great information on variator tuning and am trying to open up mine to have a look inside, greatly appreciated for any instructions you have on how to open it up. I removed the nut, attached to puller, but did not want to force it in case I am doing it the wrong way. I have borrowed RebelMoby’s picture to show the exact bike I have and hope it is okay with him.

Thank you!

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> Time Warner Wrote:

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> and fuck

HO HOOOOOO

thats wild, missed this thread a few months back.

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