honda hobbit contra rear RED variator spring - stiffest version
honda hobbit contra rear RED variator spring - stiffest version
 
  $22.40

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contra RED rear hi tension variator spring for honda mopeds - hobbit, camini, pa50, pa50II!

the RED spring is 73mm tall and stiffer than yellow and waaay stiffer than stock!

these defiantly don't fit the Camino variator

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5 of 5 Great! Check Pic December 1, 2018
taco eater : Andy  
This thing is great! Just a quick note. This is the pic for the Derbi version. The PA50 one coils the opposite direction. Don't worry! you'll get the right one when you order!

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5 of 5 NOT for euro Camino pulley January 5, 2015
taco eater : Mike Boyd Williams from Los Angeles, CA United States  
Excellent product for Hobbit w/ U.S. driven pulley. Euro driven pulleys (mostly found on Caminos) have a larger diameter spring.

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5 of 5 Rocks my socks off! October 24, 2014
taco eater : JakeP from Riverside, CA United States  
Hobbit with DR kit, CDI, Mikuni VM20, proma pipe, and PAi rollers. Put this spring in the rear pulley and WOW, it really lets the bike get up on the pipe and TAKE OFF.

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5 of 5 x-l-ent ! October 23, 2014
taco eater : Shawn Hellebuyck from Bay city, MI United States  
If you are running the Derbi Metrakit with a TM24 and TJT this is what you need. NEEED! Try it!
This woke my hobbit up. It's running like a bat out of hell once the power band hit. You may have to turn down the spring 1-2mm because it will prevent full variation.

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5 of 5 way rad October 23, 2014
taco eater : Ryan Nash from Memphis, TN United States  
except you will hate your life when you're attempting to take apart your driven pulley.  some of them can be a huge pain in the ass to take apart.

read this for more information:

http://www.mopedarmy.com/wiki/Honda_PA_Drivetrain

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