Puch e50 kits.

Eric Whatley /

Looking for all your setups and performance tips. Doing a complete rebuild on this bike. Keeping stock brakes and suspension. Complete engine rebuild including treats cheap racing crank. Going to put it back together with stock pipe, 14 mm Bing, 2 horsepower top end but want to put a kit on it. Looking for good strong power off the line and don't really need a top speed over 35 as I live in a very large 25 mile an hour residential area with steep hills. Seems like there are dozens of cylinder and piston options alone Plus carburetion and pipes. Please list your setup and how it performs for you. Thanks!

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Overpriced Parts /

You will have a hard time on hills with stock non chamber pipe and 2hp cylinder, 14mm bing is fine but stock pipe even if you Re gear lower you may have problems

A 2hp hi torque cylinder, circuit or estroil pipe, tuned clutch and regear you maybe ok

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you could go the budget party pack on treats with the 50cc tccd

https://www.treatland.tv/puch-50cc-budget-speed-party-p/puch-50cc-budget-party.htm

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Overpriced Parts /

> Born to be WillD Wrote:

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> you could go the budget party pack on treats with the 50cc tccd

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> https://www.treatland.tv/puch-50cc-budget-speed-party-p/puch-50cc-budget-party.htm

The 50cc TCCD is wicked for a 50cc kit but still need a low end pipe like estroil or circuit and clutch tune for hills

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i don't recommend the 50cc TCCD to beginners as they are finnicky to tune and you need to chamfer, ring gap, etc. I've known a lot of people over the years slap them on for a first kit and the learning curve is pretty rough with only a tiny boost over stock.

the 44 airsal with a proma GP pipe is my go-to for a first timer. It runs good with a stock bing, or a 15 SHA. you can get a top speed of 40 right out of the box or a bit faster with gearing up, but i think stock gearing is just fine.

nice flat power curve so its easy to tune and very forgiving.

is the current engine in good shape? if it is, i would do the cosmetics and stuff like tires, cables, brakes, bearings, chains, etc. first and get it running good, then bite off the kit once you're a little more comfortable, but the 44 airsal is basically just a bigger version of a stock cylinder so its not too intimidating.

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Overpriced Parts /

> Graham Motzing Wrote:

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the cosmetics and stuff like tires, cables, brakes, bearings, chains, etc. look horrible!

the front wheel is not the same as the back wheel, the whole bike basically needs to be taken down to the frame and re-done

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Eric Whatley /

That is the plan.

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Kevin Bishop /

Looks good to me! I would ride that Kromag to the moon.

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up shits creek /

> Graham Motzing Wrote:

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> i don't recommend the 50cc TCCD to beginners as they are finnicky to

> tune and you need to chamfer, ring gap, etc. I've known a lot of people

> over the years slap them on for a first kit and the learning curve is

> pretty rough with only a tiny boost over stock.

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> the 44 airsal with a proma GP pipe is my go-to for a first timer. It

> runs good with a stock bing, or a 15 SHA. you can get a top speed of 40

> right out of the box or a bit faster with gearing up, but i think stock

> gearing is just fine.

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> nice flat power curve so its easy to tune and very forgiving.

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> is the current engine in good shape? if it is, i would do the cosmetics

> and stuff like tires, cables, brakes, bearings, chains, etc. first and

> get it running good, then bite off the kit once you're a little more

> comfortable, but the 44 airsal is basically just a bigger version of a

> stock cylinder so its not too intimidating.

this guy?

https://www.treatland.tv/puch-airsal-kit-p/puch-airsal-44mm-kit-02030844.htm

even on stock crank?..asking for a friend and i noticed you slapped a review on treats too. bonus!

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