Polini 165 install

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Re: Polini 165 install

Postby Hoolio » Mon May 11, 2015 1:19 pm

OK thanks for that. So I guess the only difference there would be a lack of tapped holes for the attachment of the SAS bits?
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Re: Polini 165 install

Postby Hoolio » Fri Jun 05, 2015 11:01 am

Yay - cylinder head received. The state of the box looked like it had been kicked all the way from India but it's all in one piece. Now just have to pysche myself up for sticking it in! Came without the cam - hoping it will be straightforward to take out of the old one.
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Re: Polini 165 install

Postby Hoolio » Fri Jun 05, 2015 12:33 pm

Hey guys anyone know whether one of these would fit the 125?
POLINI FIRST GEAR LML STAR 200 4T
http://www.pmtuning.co.uk/po202-1411
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Re: Polini 165 install

Postby Hoolio » Tue Feb 28, 2017 2:30 pm

Hey guys long time no post. Just wanted to mention the Polini 165 is still going strong - purrs like a kitten. I think in my last post I'd been worried that someone else who'd installed it was losing oil or the oil was very black and I considered pulling it out. But then I couldn't be bothered and 2000 km later still no probs and oil stays clear as long as it used to. And we can still get up hills at a reasonable clip.
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