Friend wants to install Polini

A buddy of mine wants to install a polini reed kit on his e50 build. He plans on running an 88 jet with his 15mm Bing, timing low and not case matching. I told him that he probably cannot run that kit without case matching. He doesn't want to take the bottom end apart. The guy that sold him the bike had installed an aftermarket needle bearing crank on the motor. So my question is if he doesn't case match the kit will it seize? Even if he takes it easy on it?

Re: Friend wants to install Polini

E50s are Sooo damn easy

I would build a whole damn motor if I were him

Why waste a good kit on a not case matched bottom end with questionable bearings and seals?

Ive seen polini’s grenade regardless Tho

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I’ve case matched a few Morini’s without taking the motor apart I’d just shove a bunch of those blue shop paper towels in and around the crank

Go hog wild with files and Dremels and drills oh my

Wipe away as much metal as you can away from the crank

Then carefully pull out the towels and douche the whole thing with brake clean

Then douche it again a few times with WD40

Til it seems mint

Then enjoy the Polini Power!

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Kevin Bishop /

I don’t recommend metal shavings in a case with needle bearings. I have done it with bushing crank no prob. Tell your friend he is a pussy.

E50 May be the easiest or Sachs 505! IDK...

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either way it will be a good learning experience

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Case matching is so overrated, just built a polini e50 and didn’t match and the thing is fast as ones I did the case match on. Everyone would run em on stock cranks back in the day too, your bud is fine. Just send it..

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Kevin Bishop /

Oh please any other kit maybe so but leave out the extra baby ports and what is the point? That’s like changing the oil in your car but not the filter or fucking your girlfriend and not making her cum.

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> Oh please any other kit maybe so but leave out the extra baby ports and

> what is the point? That’s like changing the oil in your car but not the

> filter or fucking your girlfriend and not making her cum.

🤦‍♂️ Dude it doesn’t matter, I’ve built over 20 polini e50s and za50s. SHIT IS OVERATED!!

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threw this together from mostly trash from the sac rally earlier this year and tossed a 2012 polini on and it hits 60 no problem and stays nice n cool. You have no idea what your talking about. (edited)

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Overpriced Parts /

> Jackerz ! Wrote:

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> > Oh please any other kit maybe so but leave out the extra baby ports

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> 🤦‍♂️ Dude it doesn’t matter, I’ve built over 20 polini e50s and za50s.

> SHIT IS OVERATED!! threw this together from mostly trash from the sac

> rally earlier this year and tossed a 2012 polini on and it hits 60 no

> problem and stays nice n cool. You have no idea what your talking about.

You have one of the correct pipes that makes it run cool (Estroil/circuit), throw a 6 p Pipe on it and run 20° timing with points ignition and see how long it lasts

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Tweaker trash /

Fucking ken so yea port matching to a degree is pointless. Let’s say your engine can flow 300cfm cased matched Or 250cfm Not cased matched but the engine only pumps 150cfm then yea it’s next to pointless.

20 degrees is a lot of compression=heat

A lot of guys that case match hog the fucker out anyways & lose psi because they want stupid Pointless no good volume size.

And I promise you didn’t hit 60mph it was probably 50 but felt like 60. If you hit 60 on that piece of shit everyone would be going a lot faster on average

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Kevin Bishop /

At least champfer the cases is what I say but what do I know. It will still run just not as well. The newer polini is not what it used to be anyway from what I hear. I have done plenty of builds and Garelli was the only one that didn’t need case matching the transfers are huge stock. Those bikes are so underrated!

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Dirty30 Dillon /

Timing doesnt effect your compression.

Enlarging your transfers doesn't decrease compression.

Rocco out here talking like he's never been on MA before. Jackerz has been building Polini powered bikes since you were playing Yu-Gi-Oh cards at recess.

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> been building Polini powered bikes since you were playing Yu-Gi-Oh cards

> at recess.

Umm timing does not effect compression!?

And I’m talking about psi and vacuum pressure On the intake and transfers not compression at tdc.

You cant fix stupid

You don’t retarted timing to avoid knocking because timing doesn’t effect compression (edited)

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And I promise you didn’t hit 60mph it was probably 50 but felt like 60.

> If you hit 60 on that piece of shit everyone would be going a lot faster

> on average

Lmao! Dude if the way a bike looks reflects On how it runs your Pos bikes would never even move. But talking to you is pointless, you just want to stir the pot with no knowledge on what your talking about. Also you never owned a polini so why are you even commenting on this thread???? Your a fucking idiot!

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> Umm timing does not effect compression!?

Yes, it doesn't. This is why you test compression through the spark plug hole with the motor off. If timing mattered than you would have to test it with the bike running.

> And I’m talking about psi and vacuum pressure On the intake and

> transfers not compression at tdc.

Compression in any motor term is a very specific thing. If you're talking about case pressure or pumping volume use those terms.

> You cant fix stupid

You're a great example of this. Years building bikes and posting on here and yet you'd rather talk out your ass than just learn something.

> You don’t retarted timing to avoid knocking because timing doesn’t

> effect compression

The retarding your timing doesn't reduce the compression to kill the knock. It avoids pre-ignition and detonation. These conditions can be caused by high compression, but the timing doesn't change it.

Come on man, this is elementary.

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My friend is planning to run a restricted version estoril pipe and run low timing on his setup

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> Yes, it doesn't. This is why you test compression through the spark plug

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> > And I’m talking about psi and vacuum pressure On the intake and

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> Compression in any motor term is a very specific thing. If you're

> talking about case pressure or pumping volume use those terms.

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> You're a great example of this. Years building bikes and posting on here

> and yet you'd rather talk out your ass than just learn something.

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> > You don’t retarted timing to avoid knocking because timing doesn’t

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> The retarding your timing doesn't reduce the compression to kill the

> knock. It avoids pre-ignition and detonation. These conditions can be

> caused by high compression, but the timing doesn't change it.

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> Come on man, this is elementary.

“With advancing the ignition timing, the in- cylinder peak pressure increase.“

I’m not the one that believeS g forces don’t effect the weight of on object...that is some back woods hillbilly stuff right there. Do you think the world is flat tooo?

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Compression means increase in density or change in volume, while pressure is a force applied on the surface. ... so we can say that compression term is always related to the change of volume but pressure can be change without change in volume ( by increasing the temperature of the system).

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> > Come on man, this is elementary.

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> “With advancing the ignition timing, the in- cylinder peak pressure

> increase.“

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> I’m not the one that believeS g forces don’t effect the weight of on

> object...that is some back woods hillbilly stuff right there. Do you

> think the world is flat tooo?

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> Compression means increase in density or change in volume, while

> pressure is a force applied on the surface. ... so we can say that

> compression term is always related to the change of volume but pressure

> can be change without change in volume ( by increasing the temperature

> of the system).

A cylinder will read 120 PSI with an ignition completed removing from the motor, just like it will read 120 PSI with the ignition attached. OF COURSE if you change the temperature of the system, whether it's baking the assembly, or changing the temperature via timing, it will alter the PEAK PRESSURE in the system.

By advancing/retarding your timing you are not altering compression in anyway, you are altering the ignition point which directly causes more or less heat.

As a side note. A 5g weight remains a 5g weight at all times. That's like saying "I way 200lbs, but when I jump in the air I weigh 189 lbs. because you are negating gravity." For any analytical purpose, YOU STILL WEIGH 200LBS.

CountryBoy, Rocco, Carless, Barack Obama, just use your brain man.

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> A cylinder will read 120 PSI with an ignition completed removing from

> the motor, just like it will read 120 PSI with the ignition attached. OF

> COURSE if you change the temperature of the system, whether it's baking

> the assembly, or changing the temperature via timing, it will alter the

> PEAK PRESSURE in the system.

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> By advancing/retarding your timing you are not altering compression in

> anyway, you are altering the ignition point which directly causes more

> or less heat.

>

> As a side note. A 5g weight remains a 5g weight at all times. That's

> like saying "I way 200lbs, but when I jump in the air I weigh 189 lbs.

> because you are negating gravity." For any analytical purpose, YOU STILL

> WEIGH 200LBS.

>

> CountryBoy, Rocco, Carless, Barack Obama, just use your brain man.

Jumping up and down?.....What school system did you got too?

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In a burning log, the initial mass of the wood and the ashes that are left behind after it burns are different, which would seem to violate the law of conservation of mass. However, the rest of the mass is actually in the form of CO2 and H2O that were also produced as the log burned.

Yes dirty Dillion the world is flat, evolution is a myth and gravity pushes on you.

Re: Friend wants to install Polini

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> baking

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> > By advancing/retarding your timing you are not altering compression in

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> > anyway, you are altering the ignition point which directly causes more

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> > or less heat.

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> > As a side note. A 5g weight remains a 5g weight at all times. That's

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> > like saying "I way 200lbs, but when I jump in the air I weigh 189 lbs.

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> > because you are negating gravity." For any analytical purpose, YOU

> STILL

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> > WEIGH 200LBS.

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> > CountryBoy, Rocco, Carless, Barack Obama, just use your brain man.

>

> Jumping up and down?.....What school system did you got too?

>

> Search Results

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> Featured snippet from the web

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> Weight is a measure of how much gravity pulls on a mass or object. On

> the moon, there is less gravity pulling on objects, so they weigh less.

> ... Remember, even if you weigh less because of a change in gravity's

> force on your body, your body's mass is still the same.

>

> Search Results

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> Featured snippet from the web

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> In a burning log, the initial mass of the wood and the ashes that are

> left behind after it burns are different, which would seem to violate

> the law of conservation of mass. However, the rest of the mass is

> actually in the form of CO2 and H2O that were also produced as the log

> burned.

>

> Yes dirty Dillion the world is flat, evolution is a myth and gravity

> pushes on you.

I'll paraphrase:

Rocco: "If you retard your ignition, you lower your compression."

Reality: If you retard your ignition it will push combustion heat into the pipe, which will lower the cylinder temperatures and reduce the ill-effects of overly high combustion.

Rocco: "Your variator weights become heavier the more RPM's they see."

Reality: Due to centrifugal force, weights are able to exert more force on the ramps at RPM, than they can at idle.

You're misconstruing ideas and concepts, which is made worse by the fact that your grasp of technical terms seems to derived from "search result snippets."

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> Rocco: "If you retard your ignition, you lower your compression."

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> Reality: If you retard your ignition it will push combustion heat into

> the pipe, which will lower the cylinder temperatures and reduce the

> ill-effects of overly high combustion.

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> Rocco: "Your variator weights become heavier the more RPM's they see."

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> Reality: Due to centrifugal force, weights are able to exert more force

> on the ramps at RPM, than they can at idle.

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> You're misconstruing ideas and concepts, which is made worse by the fact

> that your grasp of technical terms seems to derived from "search result

> snippets."

Who is this Rocco person? My name is fucking brack!

Dude don’t add quotes to stuff unless and copy and past!

Re: Friend wants to install Polini

I really wish both you guys would quit hitting the quote button and just post .

It takes half the afternoon trying slide through all the wasted space .

Re: Friend wants to install Polini

Overpriced Parts /

My first Polini was in 2005 when most of you so-called new tuner people said to your inner city teachers that your dog ate your homework and you had to drop out of high school Because you’re dumb as a box of rocks!

So Many Young basement dweller folk you are the ones who are looting nowadays but when that 19 Years old I was married and starting a family Got a job and moved up the corporate ladder because I was not a pot smoker Or welfare recipient!

So all those people Who don’t wanna work for a living suck beyond belief,

This polini Kit maxi still rips almost unbelievable, I mean the other day I took it 30 miles one way and made it back home on a Route that is 50 to 55 mph without a sweat with maintenance of course, second piston third ring, but stock Polini cylinder.

So happy I’m not a worthless piece of shit looter because everything I got my life I worked for and genealogy 1/2 Listed as Hispanic not white!

Why don’t people want to have a house in the burbs, a wife with 3 kids, two cars in the driveway is beyond me,

Blame , Trump, blame the government, blame everybody but yourselves but I love my Polini maxi,

Re: Friend wants to install Polini

^ i mean if ever there was an MA "ok boomer" post and poster...

Re: Friend wants to install Polini

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> ^ i mean if ever there was an MA "ok boomer" post and poster...

Ding ding

Re: Friend wants to install Polini

So its safe for my buddy to run the polini not case matched with a restricted version estoril pipe and low timing, is that correct?

Re: Friend wants to install Polini

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> So its safe for my buddy to run the polini not case matched with a

> restricted version estoril pipe and low timing, is that correct?

Buy a temp gauge and keep it under 380

Re: Friend wants to install Polini

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> So its safe for my buddy to run the polini not case matched with a

> restricted version estoril pipe and low timing, is that correct?

Yes it’s fine, sorry to muck up your thread. I speak from much experience With your buds exact setup. I would say if he went with the 19 phbg and malossi 4 pedal he’d like it a lot more. I find that I enjoy no case matching on most e50s these days. Let’s say something goes wrong with that polini later down the road and it’s case matched to a polini. Well now you can only run a polini because nothing else besides a k-star will seal on those cases. Lame.. I’ve had the best flowing polini cases and the difference just isn’t worth it IMO. His call tho, for me I don’t do it any more. I just like to have the option of swapping kits whenever I want too. Who cares tho, It’s mopeds. How can you take em seriously.

Re: Friend wants to install Polini

Quick question: if he was to run an mlm pipe on it would it run too hot and seize? He has an mlm pipe laying in his garage but I told him the estoril he also has would run much cooler. Is the mlm pipe really a bad idea with his kit?

Re: Friend wants to install Polini

Your fine with any pipe dude, just do a leak down test once your up and going. I just did a za50 with w Cali pipe and it’s pretty fun. No air leak = good times in polini land.

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