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1 $150 49cc engine with electric starter without transmission $23.95 $173.95

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1 $175 49cc engine with electric starter with transmission $24.95 $199.95

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1 $36 49cc engine case $9 $45

1 $38 49cc engine case with engine case gasket $9 $47

1 $10 49cc intake manifold #1 $4 $14

1 $10 49cc intake manifold #2 $4 $14

1 $14 49cc intake manifold #2 with 2 gaskets $4 $18

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1 $20 49cc engine bracket (black) $9 $29

1 $10 49cc engine bracket $5 $15

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1 $4 49cc spark plug $2 $6

1 $5 49cc performance spark plug (NGK) $2 $7

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1 $20 49cc coil (1 prong) $5 $25

1 $20 49cc coil (2 prong) $5 $25

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1 $6 49cc rockit key - The Rockit Key is an off set key that you replace with the key found in your crankshaft. By installing the Rockit Key, it assures you that your timing is exactly advanced 10 degrees. Doing the advance timing gives more power to the engine, but doing it perfectly is almost impossible. The off set key assures that the flywheel will stay in place and is advanced at the exact degrees which the off set key is made. $2 $8

1 $30 49cc flywheel
 
$8 $38

1 $30 49cc crank shaft assembly
 
$8 $38

1 $10 49cc crank seal (pair)
 
$4 $14

Rocket Key FAQ

How Do They Work?
Timing Keys Or Rocket Keys Are Offset Keys Used To Move The Point Of Ignition A Few Degrees. The Ignition Point Is Determined By The Relationship Of The Coil And The Corresponding Trigger On The Flywheel

Where Do They Go?
They Are Inserted Into The Crank Shafts Keyway With The Offset Portion Positioned So That The Flywheel Is Moved (Rotated) In The Same Direction As The Engine Spins. For Example: If Your Engine Rotates In The Clockwise Direction Then The Timing Key Will Be Pointing Toward The Right

How Easy Are They To Install?
Fairly Easily With A Flywheel Puller. This Is Done By First Removing The Transmission And Clutch. The Flywheel Puller Is Then Used To Remove The Flywheel, The Original Key Is Removed And The New One Is Installed. The Parts Are Then Reinstalled In Reverse Order.

 

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