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How to make a 50cc scooter go faster?

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2018-02-12 01:33:33
2018-02-12 01:33:33

put a 80cc big bore kit on it change carb jets and add a better air filter when we had puch mopeds 35 yrs ago they went 28mph we found giant restrictor bushings in the exhaust systems when we removed them we got 45mph. then we would remove carb remove slide barrel venturi out of top then we would drill the input of the carb oversize.total 53mph w 50cc heavy ass moped
Ride it down a very steep hill, or buy a real motorcycle!

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there is a lot of things you can do to make ur 50cc ped go faster(2 strokes are the best!)you have to de restrict it first.usily the restricter is in the carb and or the exghast.after that you will have to improve air flow to the carb.and if you improve air flow then you have to improve petrol flow.The bes air filters are molosse because you get a up jettin kit wiyth them aswell.tif u have the mony then u shold get a Leo vince exghst kit.After all this (if ur ped isn't Chinese!!!!!)then ur ped shuld go over 60mph

DONT GET A MOPED OF EBAY UNLES IT IS MADE BY PIAGGIO OR APRLLIA!!!!!!!!!!!!

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If you do happen to own a 50cc Chinese made scooter check out this article on how to modify them.

http://www.ehow.com/how_5096766_make-cc-scooter-even-faster.HTML

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