Hello T500, what an interesting and intellectual reply, did you use both your brain cells or did you need assistance?
anyway, for your information I have no illusions as to nationality english as in pom is correct, pedro is a nickname given to me by friends as for decades I had a mexican style moustache, as for being a WANKER, yep has been known when sans female availability,
but then there are only 2 types of male liars and wankers.
As for the being german comment I fail to see its significance as I have never nor would I demand or expect anyone to do as I say unless I employ them, if you wish to listen to advice or question please feel free, If you do not you are equaly free to ignore me, I care not either way.
But, please note my advice is borne of 40+ years of experience not just of T500 engines and I have certainly done and achieved more with said engines than anyone you have quoted, and light years more than yourself.
As for stopping selling my goods which you asses as rubbish, without any knowledge of the quality of my products which have been race and road proven for many many years, is quite beyond me, clearly many people throughout the world are quite wrong in their purchase of my products, oh and the repeat customers must be quite mad then ehhh, against you with your full knowledge and experience of my products having bought and used so many......oh sorry no you hav'nt have you
Let me explain my comment on drilling the transfers, just for the amatuers and beginers like yourself, bear in mind I have tried and tested both and never do it on the very reliable and fast engines I build, also bear in mind if you disagree then fine, its not a problem to me.
Fuel/oil mix goes UP the port, it does this if timing is correct exhaust vacuum and minor c/case compression, at NO TIME in the cycle does anything go DOWN the port, so please expain how a hole drilled in the transfer port aids a bearing already running in a fuel/oil mix which by the way a 2 stroke works would only send fuel/oil UP the drilled hole to disrupt you nicely shaped and flowed transfer ports.
But clearly looking at you bike I can see how you would rather take advice from someone who advocates drilling lots of useless holes in all and sundrie.
Gday mate, from one very experienced pom to a very amatuer convict