LC AC honda hobbit pa50 custom cut 46mm head - super street
LC AC honda hobbit pa50 custom cut 46mm head - super street
 



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custom FULLY cnc machined 7075 alu liquid cooled AND aircooled 46mm head for use on the DR, polini, malossi, parma, wizard kit, etc!!

these DO NOT come with fittings!! you will need to pick some up in order to get water into this thing. we offer STRAIGHT and 90deg ANGLED fittings currently!! choose between having two angled fittings, two straight fittings, or one of each!
this way you can pick a combination that best suits your water pump/radiator hose routing!

these things are chunky and have a ton of metallic mass for succing away heat from your cylinder. good luck trying to strip the plug threads out on this bad boy. vaguely reminiscent of a derbi head, the design said to be inspired by the cool mountains of rural alaska.... BUT WAIT, THERE'S MORE! these are also water cooled!! probably would cool just fine without any water in it still. optional water capabilities? who knows! water ports are at the 12 and 6 o'clock positions.

for honda hobbit camino, PA50, express, NU50 and the rest but see the stud holes? they are slotted so it will fit on many different bikes!!

these heads are on the thick side measuring 29mm thick. you may need to install longer cylinder studs due to this.

this head was cut to match the dome profile of the DR kit piston but should work equally as well with the polini, malossi, parmakit, and wizard kit! would even work well with the stocko shocko kit for a pinch less compression.

this one is cut to super street specs meaning it has a pinch more compression and is more suited for your super ripper setup!

uses LONG THREAD spark plugs!! say bye bye to decomp!!! so rad........

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3 of 5 Well it does fit January 1, 2021
taco eater : travis spriggs from ELK GROVE, CA United States  
Got this head for my pa50. Fitting it with the ports top and bottom it leaks threw the stud slots. So just run them side to side

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