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==Wheels==
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[http://moped.wordpress.com/2009/09/27/sealed-bearings-is-like-astroglide-for-your-moped/ Sealed bearings is like astroglide for your moped]
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*Sealed bearing conversion for Puch snowflake wheels.
  
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[http://garellibaddudes.blogspot.com/2009/10/sealed-bearing-conversion-for-garelli.html Sealed bearing conversion for Garelli]
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*Sealed bearing conversion for Garelli snowflake (mag) wheels.
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==Frame/Gas Tank==
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[http://mopedhq.blogspot.com/2009/09/moped-tank-rust-removal.html Moped tank rust removal]
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*Removing rust from a moped gas tank.
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==Kits and Top End Stuff==
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[http://peterbilt.wordpress.com/2009/11/26/happy-thanksgiving-heres-a-kit-review/ Hobbit Kit Review]
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*Review of kits for the Honda Hobbit (PA50)
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[http://outofcontrolmopeds.blogspot.com/2009/12/blueprinting.html Port Mapping]
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*A technique for mapping ports and porting cylinders. 
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[http://magnumdash.wordpress.com/2010/03/18/guide-pro-tips-to-building-a-puch-polini/ Pro tips to building a Puch Polini]
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*Lots of great tips and advice for people wanting to build a fast and reliable Puch Polini.
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==Transmissions and Bottom End Stuff==
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[http://365daysofcereal.blogspot.com/2009/06/mini-bearing-press.html Mini bearing press]
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*How to press on crank bearings without having to heat or freeze anything.
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==General Performance==
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[http://peterbilt.wordpress.com/2009/11/16/peters-formula-1-the-buddy-hobbit/ The Buddy Hobbit]
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*Building a fast and reliable Hobbit.
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*Also, [http://knarpsworth.blogspot.com/2009/12/dear-peter.html a response] to this blog entry.
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[http://outofcontrolmopeds.blogspot.com/2009/11/timing-part-1.html Timing Part 1]
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*About ignition timing, and why it's important for making your moped run good
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[http://outofcontrolmopeds.blogspot.com/2009/11/theory-and-practical-implications-of.html Crankcase Compression: theory and implications]
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*About crankcase compression, and how it affects how your moped runs.
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[http://magnumdash.wordpress.com/2009/11/09/case-matching-moar-flow-less-mess/ Case Matching: moar flow, less mess]
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*How to case match without splitting the case.
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==Electrical Components==
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[http://cuperzacko.wordpress.com/2009/06/11/derbi-cdi-step-by-step/ Hero Puch CDI on a Derbi]
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*Installing a cheap and reliable CDI system on your Derbi
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==Brand-Specific==
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[http://outofcontrolmopeds.blogspot.com/2009/11/motobecane-lamour.html Motobecane L'Amour]
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*Some good general Motobecane advice
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[[Category: Moped links]]
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[[Category: Repair tutorials]]
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[[Category: Modification Tutorials]]
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[[Category: General Repair Tutorials]]
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[[Category: Performance Tuning]]

Revision as of 17:00, 27 March 2010

Wheels

Sealed bearings is like astroglide for your moped

  • Sealed bearing conversion for Puch snowflake wheels.

Sealed bearing conversion for Garelli

  • Sealed bearing conversion for Garelli snowflake (mag) wheels.

Frame/Gas Tank

Moped tank rust removal

  • Removing rust from a moped gas tank.

Kits and Top End Stuff

Hobbit Kit Review

  • Review of kits for the Honda Hobbit (PA50)

Port Mapping

  • A technique for mapping ports and porting cylinders.

Pro tips to building a Puch Polini

  • Lots of great tips and advice for people wanting to build a fast and reliable Puch Polini.

Transmissions and Bottom End Stuff

Mini bearing press

  • How to press on crank bearings without having to heat or freeze anything.

General Performance

The Buddy Hobbit

  • Building a fast and reliable Hobbit.
  • Also, a response to this blog entry.

Timing Part 1

  • About ignition timing, and why it's important for making your moped run good

Crankcase Compression: theory and implications

  • About crankcase compression, and how it affects how your moped runs.

Case Matching: moar flow, less mess

  • How to case match without splitting the case.

Electrical Components

Hero Puch CDI on a Derbi

  • Installing a cheap and reliable CDI system on your Derbi

Brand-Specific

Motobecane L'Amour

  • Some good general Motobecane advice