morini M01 M02 polini 43mm 60cc reed kit

morini M01 M02 polini 43mm 60cc reed kit
 
  $395.00
alternate reality price $295.00

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vintage aluminum 43mm 60cc polini kit for the morini M01 & M02 piston port motors

comes with cylinder, sha intake, piston, ring, wrist pin, clips, head, base, and exhaust gaskets!

these DO NOT INCLUDE THE REEDS, sorry!

works with these reed block though!!

another discontinued polini kit. get em while they last, helllla vintage

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polini power December 4, 2015
taco eater : WILL BRYANT from MASSAPEQUA, NY United States  
Great kit 44.5 mph (gps) on a 15.15 with no case match
45mm puch kits eat your heart out

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Are you kidding me?!!! June 4, 2014
taco eater : Ben Schulz MCR from Detroit, MI United States  
WORTH EVERY PENNY! I loved my stock bianchi but now I am obsessed with my kitted Bianchi! Seriously, bought this, rebuilt my m01 and put this on it, case matched. Rips soooo hard. Did not like the Mamba circuit pipe, going back the EV race pipe. Also having major air leak issues at the intake, even with the correct size 1.5 mm shim. Going to try switching to an Amal 15mm carb next.

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Your only hope to blast !!! May 2, 2012
taco eater : The dirty petcocks from Sarasota, FL United States  
Break it nice for few 100 miles will live long time This thing rips pretty well for 60cc with little porting
on mo-1,pair up  with 15/15 ,EV pipe
Polini 65 kit rips real hard if you can get your hands on one
This kit only chance of blasting on a mo1

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wrist pin size April 30, 2012
taco eater : a treat from treatland  
12 x 33mm dude!

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Wrist pin April 29, 2012
taco eater : Matt Gleason from Allston, MA United States  
Anybody know what size wrist pin for this piston?

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