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  1. James-scooter
    James-scooter at |

    I want to ask you that. This car is at best a few meters per second and I want to know the cylinder ports 7 and 8-port it to me. I am very interested to modify your engine with your company. Please contact us. james_iam17@hotmail.com. Thank you very much.

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  2. KDV
    KDV at |

    Hello,

    I am very interested in your article i drive a zip sp with a dr70 tuned.
    And i would like to tune the engine more.
    But the most picture’s in your article don’t work.

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  3. Hernan
    Hernan at |

    Hi awesome blog, please update the pictures!!

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  4. Simon
    Simon at |

    hey Daniel.
    which is kind of sand, did you use to sandblast the Engine blok,

    fine / medium or corse ?

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  5. mvm london
    mvm london at |

    Hey fantastic site you have here! i have the replica cylinder also and was wondering how much you raised the exhaust port by as looking for a bit more out of the cylinder! Im carrying out a full rebuild cases have been flowed etc.

    Luke

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  6. bharul
    bharul at |

    i got 2011 runner sp125 gilera
    where can i take it in london?

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  7. Lange
    Lange at |

    hey . i am from suriname. i have a gilera typhoon50cc. specs; 44mm cylinder stock, sito plus, poloni evo vario 08 grams, polini patend 2g clutch, stock belt, 21 dellorto carbu. top is 85km/h. what can i do for more speed…ure advices pls..

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  8. Lena
    Lena at |

    Hello,

    congratulations on your precision work.
    My son diassembled completely the Ciao. Do you have instructions on how to reassemble the wires ? Thank you.

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