vespa malossi 43mm 64cc cylinder kit - 12 pin - bravo head
vespa malossi 43mm kit 12pin - bravo head


malossi 43mm 64cc cylinder kit for vespa mopeds - bravo, ciao, grande, si, kinetic, tfr...

this size fits on no probs - no case grinding required, unlike the 70cc kit. well you still want to do the porting. but you could get away with not doing it, but why? this kit has one of the most insane swiss cheese pistons of any moped kit anywhere.

includes everything shown - cylinder, piston, rings, head, gaskets, wrist pin, clips and a couple stickers.

bravo size head - this head works with the original decomp assembly!

12pin variety

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5 of 5 Once you deal with it, it pulls for days. July 3, 2019
taco eater : Mason Shreve from Carrollton, OH United States  
This isn't going to just jump in and pull wheelies. For starters the Decomp guide needed messaged with a 11/64 drill bit to fit a decomp, which will need lapped, if you are putting this on an Si, you will need the decomp assembly that treats sells, the Si arm holds the valve open. The piston goes on the rod with the window to the top, it will make sense, otherwise you will be able to start it but it will cut out immediately, off throttle. The piston is marked funny, so don't really go by that. Don't forget to cut the crank, open the intake port and leave the rest of the block alone, the piston does the porting, and match porting actually robs it. Once you get it figured out this thing pulls HARD in low rpms. I love it. Also Interestingly enough as a note the early Bravos have Ciao style heads FYI.

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5 of 5 piston upside down June 2, 2019
taco eater : ronald holt from STOCKTON, CA United States  
the mark on the piston was upside down, it drove me crazy trying to get it running. i had an idea, so i turned piston over and the damn thing started right be aware people. the mark was was stamped wrong. other than that it works great, my grande is very fast now.

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5 of 5 BLap November 6, 2017
taco eater : Alan from Washington, DC United States  
This thing is pretty great.

Very high quality Machining from Malossi. The Rings were properly gapped and the cylinder needed very light work. Mating surfaces are nice. I built mine without the head gasket. Seals good 155 PSI Compression

I did the porting and it has quite a lot of ass.

The cylinder didn't seem to want to go all the way down the first time, but a few light taps did the job. The stock base gasket leaves a little space under the ports if you want to open them more and go crazy.

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5 of 5 I love this kit December 30, 2016
taco eater : Ninja from New York, NY United States  
Everything you need BUT the decompression valve. Make sure to pick up one for this kit. The stock decomp valve Treats sells fits perfectly.

I also pick up a set of the 12 pin DOUBLE ended wrist pins, because the Malossi ones are less easy to install.

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