> Superbravo, Moparts aluminum racing subframe, stock cases, Kinetic CDI
> 9.49:1 CIF gear set, Polini variator, and also an MLM watercooled head.
> I've got a lot of wheels to pick from but I'm probably running some cool
> 10 star mags in the back and some 8 (I believe) star rare plastic
> polymer wheels in the front (we'll see if they fit). I like how skinny
> these wheels are.
That's cool, I only have the stock spoked wheels atm. Moparts has been out of stock of the Al subframes, so I'm going to reinforce the stock one (I have the laser cut plate from treats) as an excuse to teach myself how to weld.
> I have yet to find any radiator parts or a pump, etc.
A lot of folks like dirtbike radiators; a radiator from a CR80 is a common choice, they have lots of mounting points, and they're cheap on ebay.
> The air inlet on the rotary side is opened up to 13mm like yours, and
> then like you said the pinasco half is 13mm, I may see about trying to
> open that up a little and potentially run a different intake that sits
> on a slightly different angle. I need to inspect the case half when I
> get it. If I don't modify it I'll run dual SHA carbs probably unless
> that's un-tuneable. I am unsure on pipe right now. Hopefully by the time
> this build comes to fruition Cranks can have his vespa pipe done,
> otherwise I will probably run a calibrata as well or I may modify a huge
> chamber onto a metrakit pipe I have.
I'm going to start by cheating; I'm planning on having two throttles, one for each carb. Idle will be 99% the SHA, and I'll use that for tooting around, then switch over to the PHBG for go-fastness. I'll play with using them both next year, but this will get the bike moving relatively easily. If I find that I hate it all I can always plug up the rotary valve intake and switch to a full circle crank.
> Are you going to thermosiphon with your MLM head? I am opting to run a
> pump first so I don't have to worry as much about flow and cooling while
> tuning, but will probably try to upgrade to a siphon setup in the
Thermosiphon for sure. Much simpler and they work great on mopeds.