puch airsal EUROKIT 47mm 6 port cylinder kit - FLAT EXHAUST PORT
puch airsal EUROKIT 47mm 6 port cylinder kit with head w/flat port exhaust




way back in the old days of mopedin in another land far far away there existed something known as the EUROKIT 47mm 6 port cylinder.

this is a FLAT PORT cylinder so you can use whatever pipe you want, anything from boss to MLM cali or BK100
20mm round intake port, uses standard puch size intakes, not the smaller size like metra 47mm or larger size like parma
38mm center to center on the intake studs
6 port design - these ports are something to take notes on... side ports are quite impressive!
47mm so you'll have to bore the case to fit
47mm piston with single 1mm ring

need a 100% perfect fitting PHBG intake? for za50 or e50? for clamp style or rubber mount style dellorto PHBG? yes you do don't you. well here you go!

includes : cylinder, head, gaskets, piston, ring, clips, wrist pin.

caution: just like on the 80 metrakits the piston ring will catch on the intake port when you're putting the piston in, so ya gotta know how to handle this man.

caution : just like on the 80 metrakit large port you will need to add some material to your cases to get a good seal on this one cause the transfers are so massive

caution: yeah just caution for now.

for further info check this out!

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introduced 12/21/12 treats production time stamped

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5 of 5 No reviews really? October 30, 2018
taco eater : michael kuriger from Santa Clarita, CA United States  
OK I've run a lot of kits, but this is my favorite so far.  Lots of torque. I put one on my ZA50 and another one on my E50. The E50 takes off nicely and hits 60 mph with 18x37 gears.  The clutch slips until about 30 mph so that may not last long at least under full throttle.  On the ZA50, my gearing isn't as tall so it tops out around 55 mph but it's quick to get there.  19mm dellorto with 76 jet, 375 degree head temps up hill and 330 on flat.

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