POLINI 210 ALLOY

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eibargum
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Tue Nov 06, 2018 5:06 pm

Iam picking one up tomorrow & wondered if anyone had any regrets or tips to share, it'll be going on standard crank, carb, & clutch, but with a SIP Road 2, cheers.

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joeythescooterboy
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Wed Nov 14, 2018 1:31 pm

Had the old iron 207 on standard carb with SIP 2 and Kytronic, loved it.
Now got the alloy 210 but with 60mm and love it even more, no regrets having been a Malossi man for years.
Nemo saltat sorbius, nisi infanus est.

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Wed Nov 14, 2018 3:25 pm

I,v fitted it now Joey, ported casings to suit but had to remove head gasket to get the squish something like, running at 19 degrees. The only ball ache was fitting the circlips holding the gudgeon pin in :? , How many miles on yours now and how many did you do to run it in, cheers.

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Wed Nov 14, 2018 3:58 pm

Did about 2 tanks worth on 3% shitty mineral oil, drained tank and been on 2% fully synth since......... done about 3000 over the summer and it's gone well even though quite rich.
Fitted an AF meter a few hundred miles ago so dialling jetting in much better now but that's on a 28 delly.
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