There's "free" power to be had by porting. I found some port maps on-line. Some are clear, some not so much. If you don't know how to port, be careful - you may end up with junk! Most important is chamfering!!!
There is about 2mm of the bottom of the transfers that is still blocked by the piston at bottom dead center. Though if you base spacer and deck the cylinder without doing anything else your blowdown(in degrees not distance) will be greatly decreased. If aiming for more than 30 degrees of blowdown your exhaust port will need to be raised significantly, increasing exhaust duration to over 175 degrees.
Now - most cylinder for USA Hobbits are P1 (for PA50I's) or P2 (for PA50II's). The P3 and P4 cylinders (P4 having the highest "stock" output) were not imported to the US.
These are P3 ports. P3 is better than our "normal" P2 cylinders.
These are P4 ports. The largest/most powerful ports to come from Honda. The dimensions aren't too good, though.
Not sure what Bobotech is, but since the cylinder was stock diameter, I thought that it may be of use to somebody.
This is an example of a P1 cylinder exhaust port that's been raised and widened within safe limits. Notice the heavy chamfer on the flat section of the port window where the rings will experience the most stress.
This is an example of cleaned up transfers.
This is a summary of Honda PA cylinders.
I know it's not much (Not nearly as complete as the Puch summary) but it's a start.
You can make this better by adding your own experiences, adding timings, port shapes etc. Look at the Puch wiki and be inspired.
50cc Stock Honda
By far the most reliable cylinder. But it's also by far the slowest.
Fast 50cc with bigger ports than stock cylinder. Pretty rare.
Good cast-iron cylinder. Out-performs the stock Honda cylinder, but just slightly.
Cast-iron cylinder with slightly larger bore.
Cast-iron 65cc kit. Pretty good price/quality ratio. Torque cylinder.
65cc Polini Air cooled
Cast-iron 65cc cylinder kit. Little torque but high top speed.
Neither case nor cylinder skirt modifications are required for installation to PA50I.
Cast-iron 65cc cylinder kit. Best AC cast-iron cylinder available. Good torque and good top speed.
65cc kit. Little known.
65cc Zeta / Parmakit
Formerly Zeta with hard chrome wall.
Now Parmakit with nicasyl wall.
Aluminium cylinder with good performance for it's price. Pulls well and has decent top-speed.
Very rare cylinder.
65cc Fast Arrow
65cc Polini Liquid Cooled
Cast-iron watercooled cylinder.
68cc Malossi Liquid Cooled
Aluminium watercooled cylinder.
By far the best cylinder available for the Honda PA. Aluminium with nicasyl wall.
Translated by SchijnHeilig
Original from Camino-tuning.be
The following text is from Boyesen:
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