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  • The new 2016 Yuminashi Torque Control variator is the successor from combined the 2015 Yuminashi Sprint Master and Speed Control variator because it has received DNA from both formal 2015 variators, where it has been further improved with the emphasis on the torque side.
    € 109,00
  • This Yuminashi nylon roller weight set which is produced at the PAYU company in Japan includes 6 roller weights (6x10gr.) and is a really nice value for money product! These rollers can be installed in all first generation HONDA PCX125 engines, and in all next generation HONDA eSP engines like: - HONDA PCX125 V2&V3 - HONDA PCX150 V1&V2 - HONDA SH125i ABS - HONDA SH150i ABS - HONDA VARIO TECHNO 125 - HONDA CLICK125i - HONDA LEAD125, etc... The 10gr roller weights can be used on stock 125cc and 150cc engines for city traffic or longer distances at top speed where the top speed will be higher as with your stock roller weights, and it will be easier to reach top speed each and every time once these are installed. With these 10gr roller weights the RPM's while driving at a very slow traffic jam speed are very well balanced. If you have a brand new 150cc engine in your bike, then the 10gr roller weights are the way to go, they will give you very good acceleration and you will able to reach top speed each and every time. If your engine is not that new again, and the compression is not anymore as what it was brand new, then the 9gr rollers will be a better option for you. If you are not sure which weights to use on your stock 125cc or 150cc engine, then a suggestion is to order 1 set with 8gr roller weights and 1 set with 10gr roller weights. With these 2 roller weight sets you can try 3 different combinations then which are 6x8gr, 6x10gr and a 3x8+3x10gr combination which would be a very good idea to do with a 125cc engine. If you have a 150cc engine, then it would be a good idea in your search for the right balance to order 1 set with 9gr rollers and 1 set with 10gr roller, like this you can also make a 3x9+3x10gr combination. If you have a stock 125 or 150cc engine you should not think about going heavier as 10gr roller weights.... If you have a 164cc kit or a higher cylinder displacement installed on your engine then you should use 12gr roller weights.
    € 14,50
  • This Yuminashi nylon roller weight set which is produced at the PAYU company in Japan includes 6 roller weights (6x10gr.) and is a really nice value for money product! These rollers can be installed in all first generation HONDA PCX125 engines, and in all next generation HONDA eSP engines like: - HONDA PCX125 V2&V3 - HONDA PCX150 V1&V2 - HONDA SH125i ABS - HONDA SH150i ABS - HONDA VARIO TECHNO 125 - HONDA CLICK125i - HONDA LEAD125, etc... The 10gr roller weights can be used on stock 125cc and 150cc engines for city traffic or longer distances at top speed where the top speed will be higher as with your stock roller weights, and it will be easier to reach top speed each and every time once these are installed. With these 10gr roller weights the RPM's while driving at a very slow traffic jam speed are very well balanced. If you have a brand new 150cc engine in your bike, then the 10gr roller weights are the way to go, they will give you very good acceleration and you will able to reach top speed each and every time. If your engine is not that new again, and the compression is not anymore as what it was brand new, then the 9gr rollers will be a better option for you. If you are not sure which weights to use on your stock 125cc or 150cc engine, then a suggestion is to order 1 set with 8gr roller weights and 1 set with 10gr roller weights. With these 2 roller weight sets you can try 3 different combinations then which are 6x8gr, 6x10gr and a 3x8+3x10gr combination which would be a very good idea to do with a 125cc engine. If you have a 150cc engine, then it would be a good idea in your search for the right balance to order 1 set with 9gr rollers and 1 set with 10gr roller, like this you can also make a 3x9+3x10gr combination. If you have a stock 125 or 150cc engine you should not think about going heavier as 10gr roller weights.... If you have a 164cc kit or a higher cylinder displacement installed on your engine then you should use 12gr roller weights.
    € 14,50
  • This Yuminashi nylon roller weight set which is produced at the PAYU company in Japan includes 6 roller weights (6x10gr.) and is a really nice value for money product! These rollers can be installed in all first generation HONDA PCX125 engines, and in all next generation HONDA eSP engines like: - HONDA PCX125 V2&V3 - HONDA PCX150 V1&V2 - HONDA SH125i ABS - HONDA SH150i ABS - HONDA VARIO TECHNO 125 - HONDA CLICK125i - HONDA LEAD125, etc... The 10gr roller weights can be used on stock 125cc and 150cc engines for city traffic or longer distances at top speed where the top speed will be higher as with your stock roller weights, and it will be easier to reach top speed each and every time once these are installed. With these 10gr roller weights the RPM's while driving at a very slow traffic jam speed are very well balanced. If you have a brand new 150cc engine in your bike, then the 10gr roller weights are the way to go, they will give you very good acceleration and you will able to reach top speed each and every time. If your engine is not that new again, and the compression is not anymore as what it was brand new, then the 9gr rollers will be a better option for you. If you are not sure which weights to use on your stock 125cc or 150cc engine, then a suggestion is to order 1 set with 8gr roller weights and 1 set with 10gr roller weights. With these 2 roller weight sets you can try 3 different combinations then which are 6x8gr, 6x10gr and a 3x8+3x10gr combination which would be a very good idea to do with a 125cc engine. If you have a 150cc engine, then it would be a good idea in your search for the right balance to order 1 set with 9gr rollers and 1 set with 10gr roller, like this you can also make a 3x9+3x10gr combination. If you have a stock 125 or 150cc engine you should not think about going heavier as 10gr roller weights.... If you have a 164cc kit or a higher cylinder displacement installed on your engine then you should use 12gr roller weights.
    € 14,50
  • This Yuminashi nylon roller weight set which is produced at the PAYU company in Japan includes 6 roller weights (6x10gr.) and is a really nice value for money product! These rollers can be installed in all first generation HONDA PCX125 engines, and in all next generation HONDA eSP engines like: - HONDA PCX125 V2&V3 - HONDA PCX150 V1&V2 - HONDA SH125i ABS - HONDA SH150i ABS - HONDA VARIO TECHNO 125 - HONDA CLICK125i - HONDA LEAD125, etc... The 10gr roller weights can be used on stock 125cc and 150cc engines for city traffic or longer distances at top speed where the top speed will be higher as with your stock roller weights, and it will be easier to reach top speed each and every time once these are installed. With these 10gr roller weights the RPM's while driving at a very slow traffic jam speed are very well balanced. If you have a brand new 150cc engine in your bike, then the 10gr roller weights are the way to go, they will give you very good acceleration and you will able to reach top speed each and every time. If your engine is not that new again, and the compression is not anymore as what it was brand new, then the 9gr rollers will be a better option for you. If you are not sure which weights to use on your stock 125cc or 150cc engine, then a suggestion is to order 1 set with 8gr roller weights and 1 set with 10gr roller weights. With these 2 roller weight sets you can try 3 different combinations then which are 6x8gr, 6x10gr and a 3x8+3x10gr combination which would be a very good idea to do with a 125cc engine. If you have a 150cc engine, then it would be a good idea in your search for the right balance to order 1 set with 9gr rollers and 1 set with 10gr roller, like this you can also make a 3x9+3x10gr combination. If you have a stock 125 or 150cc engine you should not think about going heavier as 10gr roller weights.... If you have a 164cc kit or a higher cylinder displacement installed on your engine then you should use 12gr roller weights.
    € 14,50
  • This Yuminashi nylon roller weight set which is produced at the PAYU company in Japan includes 6 roller weights (6x10gr.) and is a really nice value for money product! These rollers can be installed in all first generation HONDA PCX125 engines, and in all next generation HONDA eSP engines like: - HONDA PCX125 V2&V3 - HONDA PCX150 V1&V2 - HONDA SH125i ABS - HONDA SH150i ABS - HONDA VARIO TECHNO 125 - HONDA CLICK125i - HONDA LEAD125, etc... The 10gr roller weights can be used on stock 125cc and 150cc engines for city traffic or longer distances at top speed where the top speed will be higher as with your stock roller weights, and it will be easier to reach top speed each and every time once these are installed. With these 10gr roller weights the RPM's while driving at a very slow traffic jam speed are very well balanced. If you have a brand new 150cc engine in your bike, then the 10gr roller weights are the way to go, they will give you very good acceleration and you will able to reach top speed each and every time. If your engine is not that new again, and the compression is not anymore as what it was brand new, then the 9gr rollers will be a better option for you. If you are not sure which weights to use on your stock 125cc or 150cc engine, then a suggestion is to order 1 set with 8gr roller weights and 1 set with 10gr roller weights. With these 2 roller weight sets you can try 3 different combinations then which are 6x8gr, 6x10gr and a 3x8+3x10gr combination which would be a very good idea to do with a 125cc engine. If you have a 150cc engine, then it would be a good idea in your search for the right balance to order 1 set with 9gr rollers and 1 set with 10gr roller, like this you can also make a 3x9+3x10gr combination. If you have a stock 125 or 150cc engine you should not think about going heavier as 10gr roller weights.... If you have a 164cc kit or a higher cylinder displacement installed on your engine then you should use 12gr roller weights.
    € 14,50
  • The A-type High Performance Fuel Injector is slightly taller, and wider as your genuine B-type eSP fuel injector, and this powerfull injector set can be installed in many new generation bikes like MSX/GROM125, PCX125 eSP (V2), PCX150, SH150i ABS, new LEAD125 eSP, or Click125i eSP if you have the correct A-type manifold for it. This injector can't be installed on a stock 125cc and is recommended to install on +160cc cylinder kits. This injector need to be installed in combination with the 31mm throttle body and 17111-KZY-031A manifold set.
    € 65,50
  • suited for Honda VARIO TECHNO 125 / CLICK125i All aluminum cylinder for better cooling capacaty, ceramic coated for longer cylinder durability, less friction, less heat build-up and increased power. complete kit with 61mm bore piston, piston rings and clips. 13mm piston pen.
    € 245,00
  • This injector is a B-Type injector which is the very same type of injector as your stock MSX/GROM125 or PCX/SH/VARIO TECHNO injector with as difference that this 10-Holes Big Bore injector is a higher capacity, higher flow injector compared to your stock 6 holes one. This injector is plug&play in your stock manifold and connects to your bike wihout a wire loom. The 10-holes big bore injector comes stock with the Yuminashi 164cc Ultimate Kit for MSX/GROM125 and 196cc kit for PCX/SH/VARIO TECHNO because it allows to maintain a duty cycle that does not push the limits of the stock 125cc injector and this ensures that throughout the RPM range the AF ratio never leans out and causes engine damage. It promotes better fuel atomization, results in smoother throttle response and better overall performance.
    € 65,50

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