OKO 26mm reed block intake for DIO and crafty mods
  OKO 26mm reed block intake
 
  $30.00


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ultra performance 26mm honda DIO scooter reed block intake with 4 petal reed cage, reeds, 26mm intake with oko size 33mm ID rubber mount + gaskets and bolts. featured oil injection inlet and plug if you desire. this is one of the largest reed blocks we have, bigger than gilardoni! use this for custom modifications! change out the reed material or not add a 28mm oko and get ready to rip

designed for honda vertical 2 stroke engines: Honda Elite, DIO, SA50, SR50, SK50, SYM, DD50, DIO 50, Kymco, ZX,DJ, Peugeot speedfight 100 and stuff like that.

measurements: intake to cylinder bolt pattern spacing center of hole to center: longer side - 52.5mm, shorter side - 50mm, width - 32mm
intake to reed block bolt patter spacing center of hole to center: 41.5mm x 51.5mm

looking to upgrade the rubber mount this comes with? use this one!

engine Code AF18


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Inhale June 4, 2014
taco eater: Anonymous Person from Long Beach, CA United States  
adapter plate on a puch polini cylinder and holly sh$t! unleash the beast


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Reed Block is Fragile October 4, 2013
taco eater: Joshua Smith from Ottawa, IL United States  
It's constructed of a pretty weak plastic. Mine broke apart under use in less than 200 miles. I went with the VForce block as a replacement, it's expensive but the materials are top notch.

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Kinda chintsy July 11, 2013
taco eater: Shane Beers from Chicago, IL United States  
This is pretty cheap stuff, but what, are you going to make it yourself? Pair with the trickmetric plate for cleaner and lower-profile results.

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whoaaa!!! May 24, 2012
taco eater: Dan Prigge from monroe, WI United States  
lost some bottom end but damn does this thing fly when i gets reved up! still have some fine tuning but well worth the money

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More blasty April 25, 2012
taco eater: Nam Huynh from Seattle, WA United States  
Reed block is ok, but if you want to get more blasty a kx65 reed block will fit this intake. V Force reeeddds!!

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