I traded my green Motobecane to a friend for a liquid cooled Peugeot 103 project bike. He had the majority of the parts for it and some of the work had been done already. I've always wanted to take a crack at a liquid cooled bike.
|Engine Manufacturer||Engine Model|
|Engine Part Type||Engine Part Name||Engine Part Notes|
|Cylinder Kit||Polini||50cc liquid cooled with matching head.|
|Fuel System Part Type||Fuel System Part Name||Fuel System Part Notes|
|Carburetor||21mm Dellorto PHBG AD Clone||The one I'm using is an ebay chinese knockoff of what I linked. Currently running a 40 idle and a 100 main jet.|
|Exhaust Part Type||Exhaust Part Name||Exhaust Part Notes|
|Pipe||Peugeot RGD||Very similar to a doppler|
|Transmission Part Type||Transmission Part Name||Transmission Part Notes|
|Variator||Doppler ER2 Without Clutch Function||I went for the ER2 with this one hoping it'll be less clackity clacky|
|Pulley||Doppler Clutch Pulley|
|Part Type||Part Name||Part Notes|
|Front Suspension||Suzuki K10 Forks|
|Rear Shocks||Adjustable Rear Shocks|
|Tires||Sava MC11s||17" x 2.75" Tires|
|Wheels||Peugeot TSM 6 Star Rims|
|Paint||Bike sandblasted and painted|
|Tank Shaping||Sides of the tank were filled with body filler and sanded flat|
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- Winter Project 1 – Peugeot Race Bike
- Last Minute Race Preperation
- Peugeot 103 Swingarm Extension
- Getting there…
- Progress on the Race Bike
- Peugeot 103 Belt Part Numbers and Comparison
- Starting on my Totfest 3 race bike!!
- Ready for Spring!!!
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