Thanks alot Heggie,
As far as i can see the engine is all good, in that it doesnt require a rebuild. What i wanted to achieve is just moving from a 10 hp cylinder to something a bit gruntier without having to demolish the whole engine. The sito is already installed with a bigger jet but its not enough really.
I suppose i forgot to add the engine is out of the frame as im respraying the frame. I thought id do this now then go mad with tuning once im bored or have a bit more money etc.
I reckon i will get that pinasco, that seems like good advice, i will hold out on buying a decent exhaust as i have 2 already that would do for a start to touring i reckon. Again, i think money will come along magically and ill probably purchase a better exhaust later next year, by then i will probably match the cases or something as well.
I really appreciate the advice, and will listen to any more one has to offer.
My cart for my rebuild goes like this
Shock Absorber CARBONE Sport
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Shock Absorber CARBONE Sport 71003000
Racing Cylinder PINASCO 215cc 81110000
Cable Kit, PREMIUM for Vespa 94190400
Rubber Buffer rear, top, shock 60536000
Silent Rubber shock absorber X2(i think you need 2) 17408500
Silent Rubber engine rocker 17472400
+ New brake shoes and a couple of odd bits of body rubber
Im kinda guessing with the shocks but figure they will handle better than the originals. is it a waste of money? Am i buying the correct shock rubbers(?) to replace the ones i have as the bike feels "wobbly" at the rear.
Thanks again heggie,
sorry all that they are such noob questions but your really helping me out. Much appreciated.