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Available 60cc-72cc BBK's for NSR50 Part#s and where to get them.

All JDM Big Bore Kits,Big Reed Valves and Reed Valve Spacers are available through Honda50.com Z50, CT70, ZB50

and Monkeybike tuning parts. ... [email protected] ...........



THE MALOSSI 70CC BIG BORE KIT CAN BE PURCHSED ONLINE HERE FOR $223.00 http://www.malossiusaonline.com/SearchResults.asp?Cat=125



The Malossi and Parmakit NSR50 Big Bore Kits are listed in there respective catalogs as being 70cc's i have listed there correct displacements.........







1 - MALOSSI... 45.5mm ...67.3cc (#31 4968) Translated version of http://www.malossi.com/catalogo/Cata_Main.asp?Marca=150&Modello=MO/HOMBX50&Famiglia=0&CodArt=31%204968= ***** THE MALOSSI 70cc BIG BORE CYLINDER CAN BE ORDERED ONLINE HERE FOR $223.00 > http://www.malossiusaonline.com/SearchResults.asp?Cat=125 *****





1a - Malossi... 46.3mm Piston (#34 5188.80) http://74.125.93.132/search?q=cache...lossi+46.3+scootbike&cd=2&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=us This piston (Which of course requires the cylinder be bored out) bumps displacement to approx.69.6cc,Giving the Malossi cylinder a 10% displacement advantage over the Kitaco cylinder and 40% over the stock cylinder,***** THE MALOSSI 46.3mm PISTON CAN BE ORDERED ONLINE FOR $89.00 HERE > http://www.malossiusaonline.com/SearchResults.asp?Cat=125 *****





1b - Malossi... Six Petal Carbon Reed Valve/Cage Model-VL5 (#27 3407.CO) Translated version of http://www.malossi.com/Catalogo/Cata_Main.asp?Marca=150&Modello=MO/HOMTR80&Famiglia=0&CodArt=27%203407.C0= or here https://www.malossidirect.com/index...id=291&zenid=1c245f58f945dabf5ea459635a8f4a27 and here https://www.malossidirect.com/images/27 3407.jpg They also have a variety of carbon reeds in various strengths .30/.35/.40 (#27 5612.CO) This reed valve( Intended for the Malossi MTX80 cylinder) requires a reed valve spacer available from Daytona Japan SPACER FOR REED VALVE NSR50 80 NS50F CRM50 80 from - Daytona Motorcycle Parts (#14258) for use on the (#31496) cylinder......There is also an angled spacer made of phenolic resin available in europe.- Mop-Shop Racing-Team, Scooter-Tuning vom Feinsten, Kompetenz vom 13-fachen deutschen Meister. I have both and will see which works best.





2 - PARMAKIT...65.8cc #31553.00 http://www.parmakit.com/cpz22/jsp/c..._ARTICOLO=0000000561&w_CMCONTENTID=0000000226 Can be ordered through parmakits US distributors listed below or [email protected]





**3 - AUTOBOY...50cc/63cc/72cc Extensive NSR50 Parts page Translated version of http://www.autoboyss.com/cgi-bin/autoboydb/autoboydb.cgi?honda+NSR50+S13rl This is there Top of the line 72cc "Highpowerfull" Kit #08-0514 http://translate.googleusercontent....le.com&usg=ALkJrhiGskD6lZoubiTX11Wh1K7u-Cvshg and here http://translate.googleusercontent....le.com&usg=ALkJrhh7jNdUpipiEqxIueIXiekVOWnGKw It also comes in a 63cc Flavor.





4 - KN-KIKAKU...65.8cc/68.8cc They also have a 72cc listed but it is either discontinued or out of stock Translated version of http://www.kn926.com/nsr.html= there US disributor is www.battlescooterstore.com





**5 - RACING SHOP LIP'S...63cc/65cc/70cc/72cc.... Translated version of http://homepage3.nifty.com/rslips/page106.html .They claim there 70cc Stages 1 / 1+ / 2 and 3..are good for anywhere from 13 to 19ps (12.8/18.7 Hp) Keep in mind stock is (7.2hp) and there Super Cylinder 72cc kit ( supashirindakitto) for 19ps rear wheel (18.7 Hp)..These are the only Big Bore kits that i have seen that claim a specific horsepower output.......... Translated version of http://homepage3.nifty.com/rslips/page107.html ....Hmmmmmmmmm! "I do not need me anymore NSR80 engine!" That is what it says above the 72cc super cylinder kit........Also check out there exhausts.............











** DENOTES 70CC OR LARGER AVAILABLE..........................................



All JDM Big Bore kits,Big reed Valves and Reed Valve Spacers are available through Honda50.com Z50, CT70, ZB50 and Monkeybike tuning parts. ... [email protected]
 

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The Parmakit is the Alloy/Nikasil Cylinder These are the three distributors listed on there site i am sure there are more.... 1977 Mopeds :: New and Vintage Moped Parts, Accessories, and Peformance Kits.

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Culdesac,



Thanks for your efforts and all the info. I plan to purchase one (Malossi) of these kits for my NSR :) .....rather than doing the 4-stroke conversion (too costly for me at this time).



However, it will be more helpful if you linked the specific kit(s) that you described. I browsed the sites, but could not find any specific info on the(se) kits for the NSR.....and it didn't help not being in English, altho I was able to get the info translated :p
 

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Manimal said:
Culdesac,



Thanks for your efforts and all the info. I plan to purchase one (Malossi) of these kits for my NSR :) .....rather than doing the 4-stroke conversion (too costly for me at this time).



However, it will be more helpful if you linked the specific kit(s) that you described. I browsed the sites, but could not find any specific info on the(se) kits for the NSR.....and it didn't help not being in English, altho I was able to get the info translated :p
If someone could take the time to straighten it out and make a sticky that would be helpful.I am not real good on the computer with linking things so i made sure i provided the correct part #'s
 

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Manimal said:
Culdesac,



Thanks for your efforts and all the info. I plan to purchase one (Malossi) of these kits for my NSR :) .....rather than doing the 4-stroke conversion (too costly for me at this time).



However, it will be more helpful if you linked the specific kit(s) that you described. I browsed the sites, but could not find any specific info on the(se) kits for the NSR.....and it didn't help not being in English, altho I was able to get the info translated :p
$263.00+Sh for the Malossi they should have it in stock. Much better deal for a street bike than a Kitaco 63cc,more displacement than a 63cc kit if you dont have to worry about race class restrictions you might as well go as big as you can.17-19cc's more than stock with a higher comp. ratio sound good to me.
 

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Given the immediate availability of the Malossi 70cc (Cast iron) kit and the ability to order the Parmakit 70cc (Alloy/Nikasil) kit it seems to render the availability Athena/Eurocilindro 70cc kit essentially a moot point as they are discontinued.
 

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And if you didn't know there is a certain person on here who is a supplier of both the parmakit and malossi parts. If you would like to pm me I can give you the information that may save you some money. I don't want to break any rules of the forum.
 

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fireman_343 said:
Might be that the Kitaco 63cc kits are the ones everyone gets for racing and the fact that just a year or two ago, you could get the Athena 63 and 72cc kits.
The one in there catalog(Athena/Eurocilindro) is listed as a 75cc i just put 70cc so as to not confuse everybody.
 
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