Honda PA Cylinder summary

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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

Pacyl1.jpg


By far the most reliable cylinder. But it's also by far the slowest.

Cast-iron


50cc Italkit

No picture

Fast 50cc with bigger ports than stock cylinder. Pretty rare.


K-star 50cc

Pacyl2.jpg


Good cast-iron cylinder. Out-performs the stock Honda cylinder, but just slightly.


60cc K-star

Pacyl3.jpg


Cast-iron cylinder with slightly larger bore.


65cc DR

Pacyl4.jpg


Cast-iron 65cc kit. Pretty good price/quality ratio. Torque cylinder.


65cc Polini Air cooled

Pacyl5.jpg


Cast-iron 65cc cylinder kit. Little torque but high top speed.


65cc Malossi

Pacyl6.jpg


Cast-iron 65cc cylinder kit. Best AC cast-iron cylinder available. Good torque and good top speed.


65cc Metrakit

Pacyl7.jpg


65cc kit. Little known.


65cc Zeta / Parmakit

Pacyl8.jpg


Formerly Zeta with hard chrome wall.

Now Parmakit with nicasyl wall.


65cc BiTurbo

Pacyl9.jpg


Aluminium cylinder with good performance for it's price. Pulls well and has decent top-speed.


65cc Proma

No picture

Very rare cylinder.


65cc Fast Arrow

No Picture

No information.


65cc Polini Liquid Cooled

Pacyl10.jpg


Cast-iron watercooled cylinder.


68cc Malossi Liquid Cooled

Pacyl11.jpg


Aluminium watercooled cylinder.


70cc Athena

Pacyl12.jpg


By far the best cylinder available for the Honda PA. Aluminium with nicasyl wall.


Translated by SchijnHeilig

Original from Camino-tuning.be