garelli NOI malossi 70cc 44.5mm reed valve cylinder kit
garelli NOI malossi 70cc 44.5mm reed valve cylinder kit


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a malossi 70cc reed valve cylinder kit for the garelli NOI!

haa the malossi 4 petal reed block just so happens to bolt right up to this! wow

70cc 44.5mm reed valve amazingness! includes cylinder, piston, gasket set, single petal reed block, 15mm SHA intake and some mounting hardware!!!

you basically NEED to have this head
if you are blastin on this kit
says the gurus of speed. it will truly bring it alive. without it you
will just feel poopy.

get a replacement piston and ring HERE!

as you can see in the photos this is not the original style garelli malossi cylinder, this is the benelli G2 moto guzzi robin kit that was modified to fit garelli!! how rad is that? we tested this cylinder on our friend sunset steve's garelli and it worked amazingly! bolted up perfectly with absolute ease... ahhhh... happy times ahead

if yer crafty you can actually match the kit to the case! those noi stock transfer are big boys so you can have some fun with your dremel.

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5 of 5 Good God. November 3, 2017
taco eater : Alan from Washington, DC United States  
So I would have bought this last year, but I didn't know it came with an intake. There are no pictures of it.

It comes with an intake. But I bought the Malossi intake cause I thought it didn't come with one. Oh well.

My case was already embiggened for polini 70.
I opened up the transfers like crazy on the kit to match the honkin Polini holes. Like 75% more area. not a lot of sealing surface, but no leaks.

Rips. Fucking. Dicks. Bro.

51mph 11/32, malossi reed block, vm18, Hacked up Proma Grand Prix, BRN head.

SO much quicker than the polini. SO MUCH TORQUE.

Note: Malossi Reed block hits frame on an SSXL. I just ground down the one corner of the intake and bolt with a belt sander. Presto.

Update: Fits Garelli Basic with a swaped petcock. I'm using left flow.

it took me 3 days to get the cast iron shavings out of my eyes. use protection.

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4 of 5 Fun March 22, 2016
taco eater : Greeno from Greenwood, IN United States  
This is my first kit and first moped project. Took a lot of work to file the transfer ports to match the case. But fun.  I used a 21mm  PHBG clone. But that is a whole other story. Either way solid kit. I have seen cheaper quality ones on a tomos I helped on. This is good. Chamfer your ports  you will be good to go. With some tinkering (fun) you can make this work perfectly.

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4 of 5 Won't work on Garelli basic... August 19, 2013
taco eater : Jeremy Shay from Louisville, KY United States  
Not without some crafty mods that is. Cylinder slides right on but intake, that's another story. You can figure it out though. Who the hell has a Garelli basic these days anyway? Not too common.

Aside from that the relocation of the stud holes is nice, but SUPER snug on the thick 7mm studs. But exhaust angle is perfect-o, which we can all appreciate.

Comes complete with malossi's standard issue way too long intake bolts and shotty SHA intake. But hey, you knew what you were getting into.

All in all, a good buy, and a much needed alternative to the cookie cutter polini noi build we have all grown to love and loathe.

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5 of 5 wowowow April 22, 2013
taco eater : Andy from Atlanta, GA United States  
always wondered if this would work. If it's half as rad as the noi specific malossi BUY IT NAO!

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