honda hobbit italkit 50cc 40mm cast iron kit
honda hobbit italkit 50cc



here's what ya get in this PARTYYY!:

honda hobbit 40mm cast iron dual ringed piston made by italkit, this would be a great replacement for your stock 50cc cylinder! ya know, just in case yours is frozen or seized beyond repair ability..

compatible with honda hobbit, camino, express, pa50, pa50II, nu50, nc50, etc.. ..

some express bikes may require minor fin cutting to fit, but well worth it for this raw power

comes with cylinder, piston, wrist pin, clips and gasket set including head, base and exhaust gaskets! also comes with a special feature. it comes with a piston ring springy thing that you can put in before the lower ring. maybe it gives it some extra spring for supreme sealing and compression! or forget you ever saw it.

here are some replacement piston rings!!

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5 of 5 Solid piece August 5, 2019
taco eater : Adam from Grand Rapids, MI United States  
Have had it in a fully stock 83 NU50M since 2017, has worked great. Don't forget a head

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4 of 5 Good stock replacement September 28, 2017
taco eater : David Couzens from Henderson, CO United States  
Sooooo I had ordered the stocko kit but treats sent me this instead by accident and I didn't notice for like a year a half until I had to replace a trashed piston but it didn't fit!

It's a nice kit, probably a good replacement over a stock cylinder. Be warned, the MLM peoples pipe doesn't fit on this guy, on the backside of the flange there is a huge gap left, not even the crush gasket worked for me.

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5 of 5 excellent kit September 23, 2013
taco eater : matt boda1nz from iowa  
i bought this for my nc50 build.. excellent quality. you will need to get out your grinder to grind off some fins and make room for the foot pegs. also, you will want to tap the decompression hole and put a set screw in to plug it. that's it.. ride on.. nice kit.

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