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Looks great! BTW, 123 Bearing is in France. 123BearingCRT 4 de Lesquin Rue Léo Ferré59273 FRETIN - FRANCE
Looking great, Jim. How much difference is there between transmissions vs displacement? Have you accumulated that many spares for each combination or are many of the parts interchangeable regardless of displacement?
Hey Canuck, I knew I had seen that motor on this forum.I found this Motobi at a museum in Beverly, MA.
Jim, do you know what approx diameter front hub/brake or wheel rim (17” or 18”) that bike would have? Looks like a grimeca sls twin panel 4 shoe brake, but if 17” brake looks smaller than typical 180mm version.
Great job, looks like you're almost ready to crank it. Is that how the crank breather hose used to run?Seems like it could hide under the seat.
I need to tuck the breather hose under the tail light bracket, that's how it is routed on the bike in the Beneli / Motobi museum in Pessaro.
I am just waiting on a few small things before I cross my fingers and crank it over.
I just read through the thread- great work! I appreciate the specs on the cranks. I’m splitting a 250 5 speed due to shifting issues, even though it only have some 1500 miles since new. I may have to cut off the flywheel also- but I’m going to give it a few more heat/cold cycles and try some of the ‘freeze and loosen’ penetrating stuff. I guess get it hot, freeze it and hope it gets in there and maybe I can get it loose.
Again, appreciate the work you do Jim. Excellent with the photos and the descriptions.Fingers crossed that it fires up perfectly.
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