puch 65cc airsal cylinder kit - 44mm
puch 65cc airsal cylinder kit - 44mm



puch airsal 65cc 44mm kit, for puch mopeds. yes.

comes with cylinder, piston, rings, wrist pin, clips, exhaust studs + head, base and exhaust gaskets


----please take note this kit does not work with the puch o-ring heads because this kit has a decomp hole that wont get sealed with those heads!---

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5 of 5 search no further January 20, 2021
taco eater : first kit kid from newbury, MA United States  
i was looking to take my stock 77 maxi from 31-33 to 35-38 reliably and comfortably.  Very simple install with no porting, chamfering required.  Ya hafta use all the gaskets they give ya and i needed an extra base gasket so my piston didn't plunge the dome, but very straightforward.  You will have to grind down the flange on an estoril or mlm cali to fit the exhaust port which would've been nice to know as a noob.  I'm getting 42-43 out of this thing and i'm sure it would do 50 of i wanted to (i don't) with a bottom end rebuild, clutch tuning, timing, and different gearing.  Setup is Bing 15, 15 intake, 2.17, 78 jet, #1 needle, clip 3, metal mesh, 14x40 gears. mlm cali on it sounds great and has better top end than the estoril.  Estoril has great torque and hits very hard.  You have to run a temperature gauge with this or do not at your own peril.  Cruises at 280s WOT and occasionaly gets to 310.

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5 of 5 Definitely best slap on kit December 15, 2020
taco eater : Anonymous Person from Woodbury, MN United States  
After having built and ridden this kit, the 70cc airsal, and the 70cc kstar/treats/dmp kit, this kit is definitely my favorite of the cheap piston port kits. Its cheap, works great with a smaller or bigger carb, basically needs no to little cleanup, and can be slapped on with the stock head, so it comes out cheaper if you don't already have a 70cc head. With a small gearing change (I like 16x40 or 17x45) it tops out at around 45 with pipe, but it can do that all day long.

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5 of 5 Best slap on puch kit? May 2, 2019
taco eater : Graham Motzing from Eau Claire, WI United States  
Just installed one of these for the first time, super good quality, super conservative stock-like porting.  Perfect kit for a slap-on/ 14 bing/ bushing con rod kinda deal. Ring gap was perfect out of the box and the ports are all really nicely cast and chamferred.  The quality is every bit as good as the malossi for like 1/3 the price.    Wish i had known about this kit years ago, it is an absolute winner.

CAUTION:  If you are installing this on a ZA , the piston will hit the nubbin at BDC.  Make sure you dry fit everything first (duh) and grind 1-2 mm off the bottom of the skirt.  The skirt is scooped out for intake timing so you wont actually change timing by doing this, really its just the exhaust side skirt that needs modified but i did both of them with a belt sander in about 4 seconds.

oh yea, also, not a lot of clearance around the exhaust port for the exhaust flange on yer pipe, plan on having to trim either the fins or the exhaust flange..

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5 of 5 Love this kit January 10, 2019
taco eater : Rev from Louisville KY  
This kit is great. I like it better than the OG Metras. I usually chamfer the ports, cut some new gaskets, and install quickly. I don't even bother with the rings. I haven't needed to. This kit is great quality right out of the box. I have found it's best paired with a circuit pipe for some great take off and mid.

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5 of 5 I like it March 4, 2016
taco eater : Anonymous Person from CO  
I've had this kit on my wife's bike for about 2 years now. I've been happy with it. I'm getting 45mph out of it without case matching, 16x45 gearing and a 14mm bing.

I did have some weird issues in the beginning though. It was tough to get the piston into the cylinder for some reason. Never had that problem before.

It's a reliable kit.

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