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    Stage6 Sport Pro mk2

    The Stage6 Sport Pro mk2 is out impressive 15-17 hp with the right setup
    http://www.scooter-attack.com/shop/a...9&l=navigation

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    Stage6 Sport Pro 70cc cylinder MkII

    Stage6 was the SportPro-70cc aluminum cylinder even as a kind of folk-cylinder under the scooter tuners, so set on it with the Stage6 MKII SportPro one again. Completely redesigned cylinder transfer ports and provide a good 2 hp more power and thus achieve 15-17 hp in its unedited version with the corresponding components. Visually oriented one at the 5-sided shape of the R / T cylinder. The head consists of a piece with molded flush channels for better heat dissipation. As the piston is a replica of the R / T-flask for use with domed piston crown and 0.8 mm thick ring piston for performance optimization and improvement of the thermal load. We are confident that this cylinder sets new standards in the tuning scene.

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    Had been looking for that in the shop, thanks for posting it up.

    However, don't believe everything Stage6 tell you as 17hp is just plain unachievable with a sport (albeit a rather revvier than usual one). They did the dyno tests using a stage6 R1200, which shouldn't be let anywhere near a sport cylinder.
    If it ain't broke you obviously haven't tuned it enough

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    still sounds promising...even if the power figures have been massaged a bit

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    Its PS so gonna be around 1.5hp over the old one.
    If the sport pro is that much think how much the racing is going to be :o
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    Quote Originally Posted by safekyle View Post
    Its PS so gonna be around 1.5hp over the old one.
    If the sport pro is that much think how much the racing is going to be :o
    lolz i may have to inverts in a new head
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    good its more powercull but whats the price gunna be and also have they upped the quality

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sketchytom View Post
    good its more powercull but whats the price gunna be and also have they upped the quality
    from the pictures ive seen on the web and also on this forum, everything has been changed and the quality looks better.

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    quality should be superb on these, depending on which model it's for they're being produced by the same Spanish manufacturer as made the metrakit pro race 2 and hebo manston revolution kits :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by andypp View Post
    quality should be superb on these, depending on which model it's for they're being produced by the same Spanish manufacturer as made the metrakit pro race 2 and hebo manston revolution kits :)
    thats interesting info Andy...thanks for sharing

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    metra kit is owned by athena not to sure about hebo but at first glance the kits dont look like athena's style

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