puch 70cc tccd cylinder kit - 45mm
puch 70cc tccd kit
 



  $99.00
alternate reality price $64.99

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6 port puch 70cc 45mm tccd cylinder kit including cylinder, piston, ring, wrist pin, and clips.

now offering the CUSTOM CUT HEADS for tccd, perfectly matched for either sport touring or super street specs!!

***THIS KIT NEEDS TO BE SPACED or YOU HAVE TO HAVE THIS HEAD! if you bolt it together with the gaskets provided, the piston will hit the head provided you are running a HIGH compression head (not the low comp head i just mentioned). it needs a minimum of a 1mm base spacer plus base gaskets and head gasket to clear a stock head!! of course, 70cc high comp heads vary so each setup will be different. some heads will require more spacing, some less. bust out your lead solder and make sure to check your squish and get it in the 0.8mm - 1.2mm zone or wherever ya want. ***

this kit has a square port intake so any of these intakes will work..

super duper rad porting with

very nice quality all around.. get to it! blast off!

here's a replacement piston if ya need one!

complete gasket set included!

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5 of 5 How it saved my $25 Maxi May 27, 2020
taco eater : Kurt Van Luven / kurtgarelli79 on M.A. from Evanston, WY United States  
I Bought a bike, it was seized. So, why go stock? Put this on, 2 base gaskets, 1 head gasket. With stock gears and head, I got 38mph (PHBG 19mm/Techno Boss).
Put on the Lo Comp head, 46mph! And The bearings and seals are original. What can I say but WOW. No I must go, bearings, seals and a Rad Nitto seat have arrived!

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5 of 5 wOw October 2, 2019
taco eater : Bogdan Balagurak from Ephrata, PA United States  
This kit rocks on my a35 Tomos, nice power with a 15mm carb and the high comp head. Only issue I had was the spacing, I tried it with the spacer but the piston did not travel all the way up in the cylinder, so I removed it. Then the piston hit the spark plug so I used two head gaskets and sanded them down to get the right squish. Also used some permatex copper spray gasket to get a better seal after sanding. Nice kit for a Tomos if you want a Frankenstein.

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4 of 5 Killin the god damn game October 10, 2018
taco eater : Jonathan Feldman from Portland, OR United States  
Here's how it goes down.
We all know this kit is notorious for the piston hitting the head.... hence the spacer.
What ya gotta do is purchase is the LOW COMP 70cc PUCH HEAD. That shit has a thicc step to it before the squishband.  Slap it together with that head and stock gaskets. No spacer!
The piston will clear the exhaust port at BDC. You will have way too much squish but due to the piston dome you will not have any weird issues. More than enough compression.

Anyways. Cylinder seems to be pretty damn good quality and robust as far as how much abuse it can take. port
map is looks pretty similar to kstar. Except definitely a bit more rippy; probably a good bit more exh port duration.


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5 of 5 Ez pz lemon... not a lemon... August 28, 2018
taco eater : Casey Marnocha from Milwaukee, WI United States  
This kit is rad, dad. Like super eazy. I didnt bother case matching or getting the right intake manifold for it and it still gets me up in the 40s no problem. Ran it rich for a few days then lucked out on the 15mm Bing stock 82 jet being just the right size. Yay.

Now I gotta balance n true my wheels since they’ve never ‘tated so quickly before.

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5 of 5 So so easy December 20, 2017
taco eater : W FOwler from Buchanan, VA United States  
If you are new to mopeds buy this and a low comp head, do not use the spacer, case match, bolt it on, tune it up and bam mid 40s.  Tweak some more and hit 50.  Nearly indestructible


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