Zeda 80 Performance Bicycle Engine Kit With Dio Reed Valve & OKO Carb


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  • Category: 2 Stroke Engine Kits
  • SKU: ENGJL-Z80DIOKIT

Price:$289.99

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Description

Take your 2 stroke motorized biking to the next level. This is a complete Dio performance kit including the engine, mounting hardware, and stock exhaust pipe. The included Dio reed valve, OKO carb, K&N style air filter (or optional velocity stack), and modified Dio cylinder round out this performance package that will yield tons of torque and increased speed.

Want even more power and performance? Pair this complete performance kit with a Zeda88 performance pipe! 

This performance kit includes ALL of the following:

Zeda 80 2-Stroke Engine:

  • Zeda80 2.95 HP Engine (Actual U.S. displacement 69.4cc (40mm stroke))
  • Stainless steel allen bolts
  • Enhanced balanced crank
  • Upgraded bearings + 60% thicker crank case around bearings
  • Stuffed crankcase
  • Large intake port (40mm bolt hole width)
  • Round exhaust port
  • 40mm crank stroke (more powerful, efficient, and reliable)
  • Type B piston (high wrist pin)
  • Long rod (89mm)
  • Larger 8mm x 1.25 engine mount studs

Mounting Kit & Accessories

  • Fuel tank w/fuel cap, fuel valve, fuel filter, and fuel line
  • Chain Guard, 415 Heavy duty Chain, and ball bearing chain idler
  • Standard chrome muffler
  • Twist grip throttle assembly w/gooseneck style throttle cable
  • New quick release clutch handle
  • Large front mount for bicycles that have large down tubes
  • Standard 44 tooth rear sprocket and adapter kit – Requires Mag Wheel Adapter Kit for use with Zeda Angel Rollers
  • Latest version CDI unit
  • Spark Plug socket tool and gear removal tool
  • All mounting hardware and gaskets

Complete Performance Upgrade Kit:

  • Modified Dio cylinder with piston
  • 21mm OKO flat side carb (includes 3 jet sizes: 0.38mm (pre-installed), 0.39mm, and 0.41mm)
  • 6 flap Dio reed valve
  • K&N style mesh air filter

Some assembly required. Light porting may be required to achieve full performance potential.