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    Which Variator for sr50

    Guys im really out of date. What would be better as far as brands Pollini or Malossi and which model

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    apriliaforum prov-nov Diablo29's Avatar
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    Well according to my mechanic (very experienced in scooter tuning) go for malossi variators (malossi multivar) and malossi rollers with that.
    2004 Aprilia SR 50 DiTech Noriyuki "Nitro Nori" Haga SBK Replica
    -Fully de-restricted
    -Polini super race exhaust
    -Malossi multivar variator
    -Malossi rollers ?? gram (they're light though)
    -Malossi White Contra Spring
    -Smaller "cool looking" inidcators at the back
    -Small "carbon look" mirror
    -Anti-vibration weights "carbon look"
    -85 km/h on speedo (on flat, no wind. Could get upto 90km/h on speedo before I installed the malossi multivar )

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    Malossi : strong accel but less speed
    Polini : smoother accel, same speed as the original one.
    Hard to do better than the stock one in terms of speed, its already pretty well designed.
    A trick : use the Serie Pro sliding rollers if you want to get the best of the variator.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ciudale View Post
    Malossi : strong accel but less speed
    Polini : smoother accel, same speed as the original one.
    Hard to do better than the stock one in terms of speed, its already pretty well designed.
    A trick : use the Serie Pro sliding rollers if you want to get the best of the variator.
    A ad-on on this list ;

    Power one ......good accel,better speed ,delliverd compleet with rollers (to heavy ) and shims to fine tune

    -Some report worn roller isseu............(maybe to solve with DR.Pully rollers )


    EDIT MAX >

    AND Power-one is the only one that speaks in terms of a differends in variator between morini pre 04 and Morini after 04
    Last edited by THE MAX; 09-19-2007 at 02:42 PM.

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    In the sr50

    STOCK IS BEST!

    Plain and simple.
    Aprilia SR50R 2012 Carb

    Polini 70cc Alu Mid race
    Dellorto 21mm carb 95main jet, 40 pilot, w9 needle second clip from top. using auto lube.
    Polini oversize reed block and manifold
    Polini crank, SKF c4 bearings
    Yasuni c16
    Polini 6roller 5g rolls
    Polini Kevlar belt p/n 248.078
    Piaggio stock contra
    Polini p/n 202.1370...13/44 primary upgear kit
    Polini 3g clutch blue springs
    Polini evo gearbox cover with roller bearings.

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    Hey guys, I buy aprilia sr50r 2019 new one. I wmbuy allso giannelli reverse and I want to buy a variator allso. But I dont know who. Probobly mallosi multivar but what model??
    Thanks

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    Still totally unnecessary, Jimi.

    Just ensure that you get the right rollers and clutch-springs with the the Giannelli Reverse (or Arrow Extreme, Malossi Art of Performance - they are similar, pick the lowest priced one), and put them in the original variator. If you want more performance after that, you need to either build your own fuel pressure regulator for the 50cc, or upgrade to a 70cc cylinder.
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