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From 50cc to 70cc aerox (2012)

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    So i have been looking forward to get 70cc for next summer but my question is what do i need to change when i get a 70cc kit and which 70cc should i go for? I am kinda strict on money so i am talking about 70cc sport level -DR70, Stage 6 street race, Malossi sport 70cc etc. I was also offered MK2 for 120€ which is not that bad but i think i need to change crankshaft on the "better" cylinders (correct me if i'm wrong)

    Current parts i'm running on my aerox(2012) now:
    Stage 6 Pro replica
    Stock crankshaft
    Malossi Multivar with 4,3g roller weights
    Pretty new stock clutch with red malossi spring (50%) and (15%) little springs (also got 30%,50% in my garage)
    Stock carburetor probably gonna get 17,5 mm (77 jet) dellorto

    I am getting 70cc pretty much for wheelies only i am not really interested in higher speeds (but well we are working with scooter so we can't really get faster acceleration without higher top speed)

    Also i am going to use the scooter whole summer daily riding so i also want to know how often should/i must change piston and stuff like that.
     
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    ..My advise is ... Malossi Sport , or Stage 6 Streetrace , dese Cilinders are are Low RPM, and perfect for daily Driving, and combine with Yasuni R exhaust, for perfect combination
     
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    Thanks for the reply!

    Is there so big difference between Yasuni R and Pro replica? (Is it worth because in my country you don't come across Yasuni R's usually)
    And do you have experience about the 17.5mm carburetors' difference from stock?
     
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    .. My SetUp is ... Peugeot Speedfight 3 Lc
    70 Cc Malossi Sport
    Carburater : 17,5 MM Gurtner
    Intake : std
    Rolls : 8,5 gramm/ piece with std Vario ( with removed Vario Plate )
    90 Km/h @ GPS @ 9000 RPM
    Yasuni R Black Edition.
     
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    I decided firstly im getting the 70cc then later when i get the money i'll order the 17,5mm or 19mm dellorto. Should i stick to using the (oil pump?) automated oil system, what i've read you should add some oil to tank and keep using the system or stop using the system(which i don't know how) and only use oil to tank i also read about adjusting the oil pump but apparently on minarelli it's not possible (correct me if im wrong)
     
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    Well i managed to land a decend deal, streetrace 70cc cylinder kit without the gasket set and i can't find gasket sets from anywhere can i replace them with something?

    Also found 19mm motoforce carburettor with only 30 euros what main jet size should i start from or what would be the ideal ?
     
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    In Dutch Scootershops , Like in Rotterdam ... like ... FredMotoren ... you can walk in .. and get your Goods / supply`s... No problem.
     
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