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Drop the forks out, steering stem is usually in the same plane as fork legs, try Chinese motorcycle parts online. If it's the frame then throw it...
It might of sheared flywheel woodfuff key, take it off to inspect it.
Use one or the other, not both.
Next week 28th I will have owned my Typhoon 125 2t for 17 years ! (pictured left, Beryl ) Over 40,000 miles later I still love it, yes it's had 1...
If you basic car stuff, then you'll know basic scooter engine stuff. There the same if it's a 4t or take it to a repair shop.
Valve clearance if it's a 4t.
There's only two pipes, petrol feed and vacuum pipe.
Don't put an L/C ignition on an A/C engine, ignition advance is different. Keep it all std and enjoy it !
T means Tempo in Italian, the beat of the engine. Has the scoot got a dipstick next to the flywheel cowling ?
Put the std airbox back on, check the std jet then get a a selection box of jets bigger and try everyone starting with biggest .
Take it off measure the tip, put 12 volt to it to see if it moves out !
Hole it the diaphram?
The V area is a location point and yes it's cracked. I'd still fit it and drill a small hole through the silent block and frame to fit a small nut...
Check and clean all earth points, make another earth lead, engine/frame, clean terminals and resistance check wires.
I think latest A/C leaders are 3v, old et4's are 2v, L/C 4v !
I usually agree with what scubabiker says but on this occasion, I'd get the 218 CC barrel, a little bit of porting/cleaning on the head, upjet...
I'm sure the engine cases will be different length for wheel sizes.
Try a 20.5 runner carb.
I ran a 24mm PWK on my 172 runner, far better than an agricultural 25mm Dellorto carb, it maybe a velocity problem with the 24mm carb on a 70cc ?