The advent of warm weather in a Lambretta owner’s life can mean only one thing. Riding? No – wrenching. I’ve had a mental to-do list all winter. A small set of niggles I want to set straight (in some cases literally) before the riding season enters full swing.
Since welcoming a 1975 Serveta Lambretta Jet 200 into the family at the beginning of the month I’ve been tied up too much with other matters to post much additional news, so I owe you a few notes dear readers.
I’ve just done my first full carburetor rebuild. Sure I’ve opened one up before, looked around, pretended I knew what I was doing. Yes, I’ve even cleaned the jets before but I’ve never done a full rebuild.