vespa piaggio CNC'd aluminum reed inducted side case half!!!! - for 38-43mm cylinders
vespa piaggio CNC'd aluminum reed inducted side case half!!!! - stock bore



new aluminum CNC'd vespa piaggio reed inducted side case half!! it has been many moons since the ol simonini side case half disappeared from this world; lucky for us these appeared swaddled in blankets as an offering from the vespa gods.

of course, this uses the standard puch/peugeot polini reed block bolt pattern so you can slap a polini 2 petal or malossi 4 petal on there with noo problems! freedom from the tiny 13:13!

this one is for stock diameter cases! if you have a kit larger than 43mm we will have an large bore version available shortly, otherwise you can bore it out yourself to accept 46mm+ kits!

when running this on a stock case with a malossi full circle crank, you will need to dremel a lil bit of material away to allow proper clearance for the con rod. this setup has been tested and proven as a super ripper!! hmmm i can't remember but im pretty sure you can use this case half with a stock non-full circle crank. seems a lil weird though, i would highly suggest using a full circle crank for optimal performance.

note this will NOT work on malossi or polini evolution cases. it will however work on polini speed cases if bored out to match them.

also note that there is no transfer cut into this!! this is awesome because you get can match it to the cylinder of your liking for optimal flow and shape.

also also note, you will need to cut away a portion of your frame/subframe for the reed block to clear. the aluminum CNC'd racing subframe already has the proper cutout though!!

uses normal 6202 open bearings!

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5 of 5 Can confirm- ripper stats indeed July 15, 2016
taco eater : BrittRebel from Oakland, CA United States  
Behold! The dawn of the age of the Vespa. I have this case half on my Miao. It takes a bit of cutting the frame and grinding the case transfers to get it to where you want it, but it's relatively easy and once you do, you can go crazy with your carbs and rip rip rip. Just make sure you JB weld the stock intake closed and you're set. I'm running mine with on stock cases with a malossi full circle crank (not sure if that's mandatory or not), a malossi 4 petal reed block with a 15.15 carb, and a 41mm Polini and was hitting high 40s, dare I say 50mph. GUYS THIS THING IS RAD. BUY IT.

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