Scootronics have released a new product. A flywheel. First look, these flywheels look the same as others, but there’s a difference.
The new flywheels from Scootronics are manufactured in India, this is nothing new, most Lambretta flywheels come from India, but Anthony has had them made to his own specifications.
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The rear hub nut needs a lot of torque (120lb or 162Nm) Somehow over the years I’ve got by, but with a lot of stretching required. There’s a couple of ways to hold the hub still while you tighten the hub to its correct torque.
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Lambretta development marches on in huge strides. The latest upgrade is something that could receive plaudits from across the Lambretta spectrum.
Known as a sequential gear change, the name of the product is called N°1
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Unless it’s a new build, when it comes to building an engine, it’s generally accepted as a bit of a messy job, with oil and grease covering most parts, especially when rebuilding an existing motor that’s been around the block a few times.
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Anthony Tambs at Scootronics has just released a new CDI. This version is a high powered version with diagnostic LED’s.
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When building engines with longer conrods, you need packing plates. This sometimes means that when fitting the cylinder cowling, you can find it doesn’t fit properly and it will under stress, which can lead to them cracking from their connections leading to the air cooling being jeopardised.
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When I rode to France in 2017, my Lambretta picked up a bit of an issue with the front end. When I got home I decided to take a closer look and strip the forks for a service (which doesn’t happen as often as it maybe should).
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