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roketx:
welcome onehalfR...proud to know that the facts we had a modenas user/owner/enthusiast out there...we can use this forum as a medium so we can shared knowledge and experiences...only some restriction here is we had a limited ability to write and read in english...not all here(including me) can do english...ha3...anyway, welcome again

matzack:

--- Quote from: onehalfR on March 30, 2012, 06:11:20 PM ---Hi there..
Perhaps some of you already visited the greek forum (which is as good as dead now). I am Vagelis or "½ ®acing", an admin of that forum.

Our forum exists from Oct. 2005, so we have quite a lot of info there that could be of use for you too. Actually, we have a few topics/discutions about the rider, safety, styles, appearence etc, but the forum is mostly about performance improvements, help in DIY stuff, solutions on mechanical/chassis problems.
Here's a couple of usefull stuff we have collected through years:
> A parts manual - parts diagram. unfortunately, only photos would be of use for you, text is in greek.
> how-to guides on replacing: 1) piston 2) clutch disks 3) brake fluid replacement, including text-photo-video.
> a wiring loom diagram (handmade)
> a list with aftermarket 1) pistons  2) connecting rods 3) reed valves that can be fitted to Dinamik engine, along with the necessary modifications - if any.
> photos of pretty much every part of the motorcycle

Myself, I have been working on Dinamik and Z125 engine and know them almost by heart. I can provide you with any specifications, such as part dimentions, port timings, tuning ideas, calculators etc.
You can visit these pages and have a look on the photos :
- http://s130.photobucket.com/albums/p246/dinamik2t/
- http://s736.photobucket.com/albums/xx5/Vag1-2/

If you feel that any of the above would be usefull to your site, let me know and we might be able to work something out, even in your language - with matzack's help hopefully. :)


ps. Have any of you heard of Malaysian Cub Prix ??

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Dear Vegalis,
Welcome to my forum, thank you for visited us even you tried for so many time to get in before & finally you are in here, once again thank you very much for providing us some helpful & beneficial Dinamik perfomance info to share with our Dinamik fan in Malaysia.
This english zone space are open for everybody from outside, please feel free to express your self.
I'll try to invite some of our Dinamik fan to participate in this converstion & I beleive that some of us here can communicate in english very well.
Hopefully in future we will have many Dinamik fan from around the world to join us just to exchange their experiences among us.

Atually Malaysian Cubprix event is still on track untill today but unfortunately there are no participation from Modenas Dinamik anymore due to our goverment policy has banned this 2 stroke motorcycle. Most of Malaysian cubprix currently are 4 stroke users.

onehalfR:
Thanks for the warm welcome everyone!
Yes, to be honest I was one of the few who were so enthusiastic with dinamik, as it's a hard-to-tune engine. But anyway, it's a passion by now..

As for the Malaysian CP, I found their site by luck quite a few years back, when 2 strokes were still racing. I used to have an account there and I managed to save a lot of photos of racing Dinamik's - unfortunately, those events along with their photos no longer exist in the MCP site.
Dinamik's, along with Yamaha Z and Suzuki Something raced in the 'expert' category, while 4-bleh-strokes raced in the 'novice'. I think two strokes were until '07..

There was this announcement over at the Modenas site, claiming up to 30hp for those race bikes, with slightly overbored cylinder, carburation,ignition and exhaust pipe and I remember that we were all so amazed with those bikes, because at the time nobody had a clue on how to improve performance in Dinamik.

Even though I did my best to find info on those AHM pipes, I never could. I wasn't anywhere near Malaysia or Thailand either, so...
Later on, and as far as I am concerned, the AHM brand stopped manufacturing 2 stroke pipe and turned to 4 strokes - as pretty much the whole world. Nowdays, even those pipes must have been totally custom designs, some remnants must be the YYpang pipes found here: http://motomalaya.net/blog/online-store/ (seems to be offline).
I would love to hear any info on those AHM Cub Prix pipes even now, if somebody know anything!



Here's the link to the announcement of MRT (modenas racing team): http://www.modenas.com.my/v2racingsegmen_newsmore.asp?id=15

And here's the photos : http://users.uoa.gr/~sph0800108/modenas_dinamik_forum/Malaisian_GP/

and a few video a have found (no dinamik though) 

-> malaysian cubprix

-> Cubprix Expert at Kota Kinabalu

-> Cubprix Kangar (Novice)

-> Cub Race @ Kallang

-> Singapore MotorSports - Motorcycle Racing 6

-> Singapore MotorSports - Motorcycle Racing 5

matzack:

--- Quote from: onehalfR on March 31, 2012, 10:05:09 PM ---Thanks for the warm welcome everyone!
Yes, to be honest I was one of the few who were so enthusiased with dinamik, as it's a hard-to-tune engine. But anyway, it's a passion by now..

As for the Malaysian CP, I found their site by luck quite a few years back, when 2 strokes were still racing. I used to have an account there and I managed to save a lot of photos of racing Dinamik's - unfortunately, those events along with their photos no longer exist in the MCP site.
There was this announcement over at the Modenas site, claiming up to 30hp for those race bikes, with slightly overbored cylinder, carburation,ignition and exhaust pipe and I remember that we were all so amazed with those bikes, because at the time nobody had a clue on how to improve performance in Dinamik.

And even though I did my best to find info on those AHM pipes, I never could. I wasn't anywhere near Malaysia or Thailand either, so...
Later on, and as far as I am concerned, the AHM brand stopped manufacturing 2 stroke pipe and turned to 4 strokes - as pretty much the whole world. Nowdays, even those pipes must have been totally custom designs, some remnants must be the YYpang pipes found here: http://motomalaya.net/blog/online-store/ (seems to be offline).
I would love to hear any info on those AHM Cub Prix pipes even now, if somebody know anything!



Here's the link to the announcement of MRT (modenas racing team): http://www.modenas.com.my/v2racingsegmen_newsmore.asp?id=15

And here's the photos : http://users.uoa.gr/~sph0800108/modenas_dinamik_forum/Malaisian_GP/

and a few video a have found (no dinamik though) 



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Thanks, this is amazing video sharing with us, I myself even living in Malaysia but I does't have the video in my collection.
Beside the perfomance of Dinamik yet realise by our customers and the demand for Dinamik is tremendiously rising up, that why modenas decided to reintroduce again very soon.

For the searching of a better racing muffler maybe our friends here can help you to find it in Malaysia.

Below is the attachement of new Dinamik yet will be introduce in Malaysia.

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onehalfR:
There seems to be indeed very little video documents from those '2-stroke' MCP times - unfortunately..

I like the new graphics on Dinamik! Does the SAS logo have any particular explanation? An abbreviation of a certain system perhaps?

As for the exhaust, I 've been building my own custom design pipes by now, but AHM cub prix pipes is still pure race stuff, which intigues me! If anyone can help it will be much appreciated.


ps. those are the YYpang pipes I spoke of
http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_pUCVj5b73Pg/TCN5kfYb6iI/AAAAAAAAACs/-ZBl138d73U/s1600/yypang-catalogue2.jpg
ps.2 dear Zack, since you seem to be deeply involved with Modenas, would you happen to know anything on the Denso CDI units used in dinamik? Through these years, we have found that 3 different units were used: firstly a Black one, then a Red and finally a Purple colored unit. Some info on timing curves perhaps?

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