Fred’s 103, it’s a ripper!

I finished the bike and fired it up. One push and it started right away, it even kept the idle. I must have done something right. It felt really good even though I started rich with a big main jet. The oil mix is rich too for a safer break in. I lowered the pipe 1 inch to clear the pedals. The only thing left for Fred is to buy and mount the lights.

One more bike out of the shop ready for pick up, I can now get back to Daggr1.

I also fabricated a threaded knob for the storage box.

Here’s the set up available at http://www.Treatland.tv

http://www.treatland.tv/peugeot-polini-70cc-cast-iron-kit-p/peugeot-polini-70cc-iron-kit.htm

http://www.treatland.tv/peugeot-polini-70cc-46mm-high-head-p/peugeot-polini-70cc-head-decom.htm

http://www.treatland.tv/peugeot-teknix-engine-case-p/peugeot-case-complete-set.htm

http://www.treatland.tv/malossi-phbg-reed-intake-block-p/malossi-phbg-reed-intake.htm

http://www.treatland.tv/dellorto-PHBG-CS-17-5mm-carburetor-p/dellorto-phbg-cs-17.5mm-carb.htm

http://www.treatland.tv/peugeot-ninja-G2-performance-pipe-p/peugeot-ninja-g2-pipe-exhaust.htm

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