Re: Puch e50 kits.

Nate K /
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> 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.

>

> 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.

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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