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Yamaha FS 1 selfmade with 80 cc engine

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Yamaha FS 1 selfmade with 80 cc engine

Post  cor on Tue 7 Feb - 7:03

Hello .Here a picyure from my selfmade Yamaha FS 1 .The engine and wheels are from a townmwate 80 cc .Gr cor (holland)

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Re: Yamaha FS 1 selfmade with 80 cc engine

Post  barker on Tue 8 Apr - 6:56

might just be me but you cant see any picture

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Re: Yamaha FS 1 selfmade with 80 cc engine

Post  cor on Tue 15 May - 6:06

cor wrote:Hello .Here a picyure from my selfmade Yamaha FS 1  .The engine and wheels are from a townmwate 80 cc .Gr cor (holland)

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Post  cor on Tue 15 May - 6:12

cor wrote:Hello .Here a picyure from my selfmade Yamaha
FS 1  .The engine and wheels are from a townmwate 80 cc .Gr cor (holland)

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Re: Yamaha FS 1 selfmade with 80 cc engine

Post  JohnW on Tue 15 May - 8:59

Thats different, a very neat conversion. Does it still have shaft drive, so did you use T80 swinging arm?


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Re: Yamaha FS 1 selfmade with 80 cc engine

Post  Duckrider on Tue 29 May - 2:53

Excellent, very good job.
I wish a lot of unbeatable kilometers.
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Re: Yamaha FS 1 selfmade with 80 cc engine

Post  cor on Mon 30 Jul - 5:13

[quote="Duckrider"]Excellent, very good job.
I wish a lot of unbeatable kilometers.
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Thank you . It runs great. Can you tell me how long the dipstick must be ,its broken .

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Re: Yamaha FS 1 selfmade with 80 cc engine

Post  Duckrider on Mon 30 Jul - 18:11

cor wrote:
 Can you tell me how long the dipstick  must be ,its broken  .
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Good morning,

If you mean the engine oil measurement it does not exist.
The check is  looking   the round glass on the engine side.



Hope yours is in better condition and clean. I was forced to remove the engine cover to clean it.
The amount is about 850 ml.


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Post  cor on Mon 30 Jul - 21:28

Duckrider wrote:
cor wrote:
 Can you tell me how long the dipstick  must be ,its broken  .

Good morning,

If you mean the engine oil measurement it does not exist.
The check is  looking   the round glass on the engine side.



Hope yours is in better condition and clean. I was forced to remove the engine cover to clean it.
The amount is about 850 ml.


Hello Nick .I can,t also see nothing ,i must also remove this side .

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Re: Yamaha FS 1 selfmade with 80 cc engine

Post  Duckrider on Wed 1 Aug - 1:24

To remove the engine right side cover, first engine oil must be drained.

The problem is the cover gasket if it is never removed it must have been stuck.
and it will be hard to remove it in one piece.
It would be better if you had one spare.

I dont know if you can find one , it is very cheap if you buy an aftermarket one.
It is better to make a new one in a special shop after leaving the cover for a pattern.

Inside the glass is as in the picture, it requires patience and not sharp tools to clean it without scratching or damping.

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Post  cor on Wed 1 Aug - 3:28

[quote="Duckrider"]To remove the engine right side cover, first engine oil must be drained.

The problem is the cover gasket if it is never removed it must have been stuck.
and it will be hard to remove it in one piece.
It would be better if you had  one spare.

I dont know if you can find one , it is very cheap if you buy an aftermarket one.
It is better to make a new one in a special shop after leaving the cover for a pattern.

Inside the glass is as in the picture, it requires patience and not sharp tools to clean it without scratching or damping.

The cover gaskit is not a problem,i can make it .

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Re: Yamaha FS 1 selfmade with 80 cc engine

Post  donrick on Fri 31 Aug - 12:55

That's a clean looking FS1! I remember my brother had one and it was a fun bike.

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Re: Yamaha FS 1 selfmade with 80 cc engine

Post  axeltrail on Fri 21 Sep - 17:11

That looks impressive. Nice work.

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