Hero Puch parts

Anyone know good source for hero Puch parts. Can't find anything online

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Might try the Buy/Sell section here .

https://mopedarmy.com/forums/list.php?2

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Mat Ewers /

Na nothing there after new parts

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Check with these guys. They have Handy Bikes old inventory if I'm not mistaken.

https://www.doscycles.com/search?type=product&q=hero+puch

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some puch hero parts are interchangeable with other bikes. what are you looking for?

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Mat Ewers /

Clutch and brake parts

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you might be able to use regular puch parts. ZA clutch and if its brake shoes your after you could use the stuff from five star wheels.

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Mat Ewers /

What it looks like

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Honestly? Check out some of the Indian fb groups. That's probably going to be the best place. Time to learn Hindi.

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Mat Ewers /

Honestly what?

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todd amundson /

That clutch is splined in the middle. If you replace the crank with a Z50 2 speed it will work in there. Just get new shoes. That clutch is basically a Minarelli 2 shoe. These pads fit.

https://www.treatland.tv/NOS-original-minarelli-V1-clutch-pads-w-tension-s-p/nos-v1-clutch-pads-with-bits.htm

Also, since the bell is just right, you can adapt a KTM 50 clutch to fit the end of the crank. I have done this but it requires a bunch of machine work.

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great infoTodd! anybody have a lead on the plastic engine covers hook it up.

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todd amundson /

No, your'e fucked

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i figured.

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DrGeorgeTompson (Alan) /

> Mat Ewers Wrote:

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> Clutch and brake parts

Clutch shoes are same as V1. Brake shoes are same as Mb5 rear

https://www.treatland.tv/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=groovy-pads-10860-110x25

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Mat Ewers /

> todd amundson Wrote:

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> That clutch is splined in the middle. If you replace the crank with a

> Z50 2 speed it will work in there. Just get new shoes. That clutch is

> basically a Minarelli 2 shoe. These pads fit.

>

> https://www.treatland.tv/NOS-original-minarelli-V1-clutch-pads-w-tension-s-p/nos-v1-clutch-pads-with-bits.htm

>

> Also, since the bell is just right, you can adapt a KTM 50 clutch to fit

> the end of the crank. I have done this but it requires a bunch of

> machine work.

> >

Thanks for that. Any more information on the ktm clutch. Alot cheaper and easier to source where I live

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DrGeorgeTompson (Alan) /

What's wrong with your clutch?

also, how slow is that thing? Mine is slow as shit. I feel like it shouldn't be. (pickup wise at least)

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Mat Ewers /

Slow as feel like clutch engages way to early so was gona mod old one or try to at least

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DrGeorgeTompson (Alan) /

> Mat Ewers Wrote:

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> Slow as feel like clutch engages way to early so was gona mod old one or

> try to at least

Nice! same.

I just put stiffer springs in mine and it's a little better. Could probably go a little stiffer as it's still kinda hard to get out of the hole and into the powerband, espescially on a hill.

I am debating adding another base gasket and lowering the exhaust port floor to squeeze some more ass out of it.

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todd amundson /

> DrGeorgeTompson (Alan) Wrote:

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> > Mat Ewers Wrote:

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> > Slow as feel like clutch engages way to early so was gona mod old one

> or

>

> > try to at least

>

> Nice! same.

>

> I just put stiffer springs in mine and it's a little better. Could

> probably go a little stiffer as it's still kinda hard to get out of the

> hole and into the powerband, espescially on a hill.

>

> I am debating adding another base gasket and lowering the exhaust port

> floor to squeeze some more ass out of it.

The hero seems to be based way off and take a lot of work to get the port timing right. My trike has a OEM Hero cylinder and I had to deck the jug a bunch for it to fly on an E50 case. My Hero motor that’s modified now runs a Treat’s 70cc piston in the stock jug. I had to mill 2.75 mm off the base sealing surface of the barrel and deck it another 2mm off the top. I swear the Hero rod length is longer than a E50! So much work but at least pistons are under $40.

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