honda hobbit pa50 custom cut PUCHONDA 46mm head - super street
honda hobbit pa50 custom cut PUCHONDA 46mm head - super street
 



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WOWIE!!! a puch head professionally adapted and machined to 46mm for use on the DR, polini, malossi, parma, wizard kit, etc!!

say bye bye to decomp!!! so rad........

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

beware, you may need to cut a little bit of the fins to get the head to clear the frame/tank/petcock. be prepared!

honda hobbit camino, PA50, express, NU50 and the rest

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Get puch studs and no need for spacers July 30, 2018
taco eater : Adam Strait from Traverse City, MI United States  
Had a set of stock puch studs 106mm sitting around and they worked perfect, no spacers needed.Much tighter squish than I expect and I am very happy with that. Still building so i will report back with performance once it's a blaster.

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looks good July 16, 2018
taco eater : aaron kostuik from winnipeg, MB Canada  
as someone else mentioned, you're gonna need spacers on a pa50ii, looks to be about 3 to 4 mm. Easy enough,

Otherwise, gorgeous, didnt need to trim the fins at all.

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yes, some modification required May 6, 2018
taco eater : J. Rutherford from COLUMBUS, OH United States  
The stud/bolt holes didn't match up with my NU50 cylinder so I took a dremel to them.  I think I've got it now and I suspect it was worth the effort if temps run cooler.  Shorter head bolts are needed in my case as well.

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pretty kewl! minor modification needed. February 12, 2018
taco eater : Eamez from Tustin, CA  
Definitely WAY bigger than the stock head.  Cools better too (I'm seeing about 30 degrees cooler from the max and cools down faster).

Things to consider:

1) The head is thinner so you will need shorter studs or head bolts.  Or use spacers on your stud nuts.

2) Many of us use 7mm studs and these are for 6mm studs.  A round file opened these up for me.  I can't believe it worked.

3) The head is asymmetrical because Puch cylinders are as well.  However I have this mounted up sideways and it still works.

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