Flywheel magnetization

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Canuck750
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Flywheel magnetization

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Does anyone have a recommendation for anyone who can magnetize Moto Morini flywheel?
budge
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Re: Flywheel magnetization

Post by budge »

Canuck750 wrote: 19 Sep 2023 00:03 Does anyone have a recommendation for anyone who can magnetize Moto Morini flywheel?
Hi, not sure as I am new to Morinis but just watched this video by Paul Compton, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CuaQ_eGjPy8 and he mentioned NLM.
jfh
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Re: Flywheel magnetization

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Paul (evguru) did a marvellous job with my 350 rotor a few years ago!
Good luck,
John.
Martini45
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Re: Flywheel magnetization

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Sent my flywheel to a scooter specialist in London. Only charged me about £35.
Canuck750
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Re: Flywheel magnetization

Post by Canuck750 »

I sent a couple of flywheels for my 500W to Vespa Motorsport & Scooter West in San Diego California. They have a proper 6 pole magnetizer and recharge each flywheel for $100 a piece + shipping. Excellent communication and fast turn around.

sales@scooterwest.com

3955 Pacific Hwy
San Diego CA 92110
USA

619-280-1718 ext 602
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