tomos A3 44mm 70cc airsal kit - 10mm wrist pin
tomos A3 44mm 70cc airsal kit




tomos A3 airsal 44mm 70cc kit. oh my goodness! 10 pin!

comes with the cylinder, piston, rings, wrist pin, clips, reed block and reeds, exhaust studs and intake bolts + gaskets (base, exhaust and intakes) much like the alukit but it comes with a brown reed block with real carbon fiber reeds!! what a deal!


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5 of 5 Airsal for the win! April 12, 2019
taco eater : Matthew Fickett from Rehoboth Beach, DE United States  
Everything came packed nicely with the rings pre installed. Win! Slap your base seal on the bike, install one side wrist pin, slide it on and connect the rod, install the other wrist pin, add some oil watch your piston go swish swish swish, add another gasket, install head, spark plug...YEHAA! welcome to the real world. As you enter the matrix. You’ll love this kit! Bring a new pair of pants.

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5 of 5 Amazing when paired correctly February 26, 2016
taco eater : Dmitry S. from Los Angeles, CA  
Ran the below setup on a 90' Golden Bullet TT-LX and got 52 on flats and 3/4 throttle during breaking in period...sold it shortly after so 'true' top-speed isn't known.

Tomos A3 44 mm 70 cc Airsal Kit - 10 mm wrist pin
Tomos 70 cc Hi Comp Head
Mikuni VM20 Carb
Weak-Ends A35 Intake for VM Mikuni Carbs
K&N Air Filter 43 mm ID
Tomos A3/A35 Homoet Performance Pipe (4.5p)
Mikuni Carb tune (#145 main jet, #20 idle jet)
Points replaced
New Spark plug  (NGK B6)

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5 of 5 Awesome kit for the money so far! December 27, 2014
taco eater : Byron V from Port Coquitlam, BC Canada  
This has around twice the power of a ported A3 cylinder and totally rips. I have it paired with a tecno bullet and a 15 SHA and it has more power than needed to ride safely in traffic or up hills and have lots of fun.

Easy to case match to an A3 bottom end. Casting is good but the ports are pretty sharp.

Lean forward lots because it does accidental wheelies with stock gearing at half throttle...

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5 of 5 blasty September 4, 2014
taco eater : Aaron Fowler from Richmond, VA United States  
A3 bottom case-matched and paired with Weak-ends VM Mikuni setup, DM escapes pipe, modified ZA50 CDI, Streetmate drive-train(27x22). Reaching 11.2k RPM with temps sufficiently below 400F. I've had gas flow issues in the higher RPM, but that's a different issue aggravated by the blastiness.

In the midst of a complete rebuild; gearing it down to go to wheelitown and installing improved clutch assembly.

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5 of 5 Awesome kit December 1, 2012
taco eater : Justin Vorhis from Sumter, SC United States  
Really nice kit. Everything comes together great. Paired it with a Dellorto 15.15 SHA and a techno bullet pipe. The 1991 Tomos bullet does 43mph solid with a 28t front sprocket a 22t rear and a #80 jet. Temp stays under 230 degrees F. Awesome

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