A little old now , but this guy took a RG250 and made it better (maybe).
The Rgr125 Gamma Power valve details.
Apparently I was lucky in that I have an rgr125 Gamma engine that came with a still operating power valve. But that was less to do with luck and more because “back in the day” in Ireland, learner legal bike restrictions where mainly based on […]
With a very similar approach to the gamma probe test, I checked out both the temperature probe (temperature sensor) that came with the bike and a probe (sensor) that came with some parts I bought second hand. I’m not going to repeat an explanation of […]
The fuel pump. After spending what seemed like forever pulling apart old bike, I had reached that point where it seemed like every piece opened or removed just served to give me even more of an insight into just how unexpectedly bad it all was. […]
Ok ok I get the interest with electric bikes. I even watched charge. But given how few gamma 125’s are around I could not have guessed that one would end up like this. This was posted 5 years ago […]
When it’s still attached to the bike of coarse.. You see I was stuck for a part, namely the tail light. I only had a small piece of the original and when I asked after a new one I was told that if one was […]
Similar to the thermostatic valve test only less thread and more wires. I still need the pot of water and the means to both heat the water and measure the temperature of the water in real time. I don’t want to totally submerge the probe […]
Temp gauge full scale when head light’s are on… I’m driving at low speed in town in the rain and I suddenly realise my engine temperature gauge has gone full scale. I pull in, fearfull of an engine sieze, thinking I have lost my coolant […]