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SS180 MOTOBALDET Tom Colville
Rockingham, west australia, Australia   AUS
Just done the South West Tour, hard riding for 4 days, done 1400kls, n never missed a beat sweet, great torque on the hills, passed some Lammies on the hills, n they were really tuned flyers too. Well pleased now, she does go really fast too. How about yours ?, I should have put a Quatrinni 244 or a 225 Malossi, maybe next time eh

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TheVicar Phil Jeffrey
Katy, Texas, USA   USA
That sounds intense! Mine is running very nice; since i put a fast flow tap and SIP road exhaust, it changed the personality of the scoot completely. Miss the adrenalin rush but like its manners on a long run. Just completed ~600km to Austin rally (Hillcountry Classic III on Fcool smiley and same as yours, just kept running sweet. i have another P2 that i am putting an old school Malossi on (1992!) and keeping standard carb etc and see how that runs. If i ever re-build i would consider the new Pinasco; heard good things about it although Scootering did a good article on the new Malossi; 17HP from just bolting on so lots of choice
Cheers

Sammydeconinck Pascal Leirens
Oudenaarde / Eine, oost-vlaanderen, Belgium   BEL
hello folks,
I know when you are using a dell-orto phb series.....It is not the easiest one to get your motor really good.A flat slider is not so difficult to set.
Greetz,
Pascal.

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SS180 MOTOBALDET Tom Colville
Rockingham, west australia, Australia   AUS
What size of flat side and which make, also the jetting 4 a 210 Malossi kit Pascal. ?

Sammydeconinck Pascal Leirens
Oudenaarde / Eine, oost-vlaanderen, Belgium   BEL
Hello Tom,
The best choise you can make is a Mikuni flat slider to max. 30mm. assembled with a reedvalve. The ideal setting to make is to find on the sip forum or "largeframe setup".
Fine weekend and enjoy,
Pascal.

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