Mallossi 210 Tune - 23.5bhp & 18.5ft-lbs - Touring Tune

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Mallossi 210 kit - Scooterotica porting spec to Cylinder & Casings (Touring Tune)
28mm Delly
JL3 RH Pipe
Reed Valve Conversion
Scooterotica Gas Flowed/Cut crank

Steady power starting from just over 4200rpm through to 8000rpm.

Peaks at 23.5bhp - with rich jetting (AV266 & 138 main) on a little 28mm carb. Over 25bhp should be easily achievable with a 30mm Delly and 135 main, but leaves less room for temp changes, so happy with this nice touring set up. Good power at low to mid revs.

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What type of port timings are you running on your transfers and exhaust ;)
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Nyle wrote:What type of port timings are you running on your transfers and exhaust ;)
What type? really nice touring ones..... :lol: ;)
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Dan.
Do your "Touring Tune" porting mods give more bottom end power than a standard Mallossi?

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Yes. Ill find some 'common' 210 graphs and see if i can get them uploaded to compare.

210s are very peaky and lacking in mid range in my opinion, we tackle that problem with this tune.
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drunkmunkey6969 wrote:Yes. Ill find some 'common' 210 graphs and see if i can get them uploaded to compare.
Yeah good. Should make an interesting comparison. ;)

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Spanish Fly wrote:
drunkmunkey6969 wrote:Yes. Ill find some 'common' 210 graphs and see if i can get them uploaded to compare.
Yeah good. Should make an interesting comparison. ;)

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can you also provide some of your results also ...interesting to compare and discuss
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