V force stage6 8 petal reeds

Anybody ran the 8 petal reeds in a Puch e50 ajh jug?

Planning m to mount a raiser and see if they’ll fit, I expect to have to slot the mounting holes done.

Any input would be awesome and appreciated

Re: V force stage6 8 petal reeds

Vforce (mototassinari) and Stage 6 are two different companies.

Re: V force stage6 8 petal reeds

Both are pretty good. The malossi reeds are also like 80% better than the 2 flapper and half the price as vforce

Re: V force stage6 8 petal reeds

> DPC Ryan Wrote:

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> Vforce (mototassinari) and Stage 6 are two different companies.

https://www.maxiscoot.com/stage6-v-force-reed-valve-by-moto-tassinari-minarelli-am6-s6-3219001-3.html

This one my man :)

Re: V force stage6 8 petal reeds

> Daniel '' Wrote:

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> Both are pretty good. The malossi reeds are also like 80% better than

> the 2 flapper and half the price as vforce

Good to know. So it is an improvement over the two petal ?

Re: V force stage6 8 petal reeds

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> > Vforce (mototassinari) and Stage 6 are two different companies.

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> https://www.maxiscoot.com/stage6-v-force-reed-valve-by-moto-tassinari-minarelli-am6-s6-3219001-3.html

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> This one my man :)

Yeah, they have that listed wrong. It's a stage 6 product for the AM6 but vforce doesn't belong in the title. All good. In general more smaller petals may increase flow volume but also allow for more accurate reed control with a thinner petal as compared to a larger one that needs to open farther and be stiffer to match the total flow but will behave poorly at low flow volume.

Most see low end torque increase and better response.(edited)

Re: V force stage6 8 petal reeds

I have to wonder if it is worth it aha, I was thinking it would help with cylinder filling. Need to get it all sorted before it’s next dyno sesh

> DPC Ryan Wrote:

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> Yeah, they have that listed wrong. It's a stage 6 product for the AM6

> but vforce doesn't belong in the title. All good. In general more

> smaller petals may increase flow volume but also allow for more accurate

> reed control with a thinner petal as compared to a larger one that needs

> to open farther and be stiffer to match the total flow but will behave

> poorly at low flow volume.

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> Most see low end torque increase and better response.

Re: V force stage6 8 petal reeds

The only thing different between the stage6 and the vforce reeds is the name on the reed block. They're exactly the same in every way.

Re: V force stage6 8 petal reeds

> Ryan N. Wrote:

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> The only thing different between the stage6 and the vforce reeds is the

> name on the reed block. They're exactly the same in every way.

Cool :D

Anybody know how much of a raise/spacer I will need ?

Re: V force stage6 8 petal reeds

why don't you just buy them and then see if you need a spacer. sort it out if you need one but you might not.

Re: V force stage6 8 petal reeds

Not the worst idea, will get it done

Re: V force stage6 8 petal reeds

> DPC Ryan Wrote:

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> > > Vforce (mototassinari) and Stage 6 are two different companies.

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> https://www.maxiscoot.com/stage6-v-force-reed-valve-by-moto-tassinari-minarelli-am6-s6-3219001-3.html

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> Yeah, they have that listed wrong. It's a stage 6 product for the AM6

> but vforce doesn't belong in the title. All good. In general more

> smaller petals may increase flow volume but also allow for more accurate

> reed control with a thinner petal as compared to a larger one that needs

> to open farther and be stiffer to match the total flow but will behave

> poorly at low flow volume.

>

> Most see low end torque increase and better response.

So they arrived and they say v-force on the box.

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V-force must have allowed them to use their design. Either way is is like 1/2 the price of V force.(edited)

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> Baron Von Hamilton Wrote:

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> V-force must have allowed them to use their design. Either way is is

> like 1/2 the price of V force.

That’s what I figured. You can buy them with the “top performance” badge on also

Now I’ve got to make a spacer for them to fit in the ajh cylinder(edited)

Re: V force stage6 8 petal reeds

I'm pretty sure all the Stage 6 reed blocks are made by Mototassinari. The one I have is branded VForce too. I’m not sure that Stage6 makes anything themselves.

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