A Honda Metropolitan is a moped which is sold and manufactured by Honda Motors. One can purchase a Honda Metropolitan directly from a Honda dealer. Using the tool on the Honda website, one can locate the nearest dealer.
The weight limit for the Honda Metropolitan is 277 lbs including cargo.
There's no governor on a Honda Nighthawk 250. A Honda 250 Nighthawk is a motorcycle, not a lawnmower.
There is no governor on a Spree!
Probably the Honda Metropolitan. I have this scooter and it is awesome. I love it.
run the engine out of gas!
You do need a valid driver's license to operate a Honda Metropolitan motor scooter in Kansas. You do not need a motorcycle license.
The Honda Prelude does not have a governor or speed limiter. It is only limited by drag at high speeds.
there was none
It has no governor. The speed is computer controlled.
It does not have a governor. Speed is controlled by the ECU and it is not adjustable.
There is no governor to remove. Speed is controlled by the ECU (computer).
The Honda Accord 4-cylinders are electronically limited to 7,000rpms and the governor is set for 120mph. On the V6 Accords, the electronic limiter is 7,000 and the governor is 140mph.
There is no governor per se on your Accord. The top speed is controlled by the ECU and is non-adjustable. There is no governor you can remove.
My 2003 Honda Metropolitan is a 4-stroke engine, and therefore you do not mix gasoline and oil. There is a dipstick just above the muffler that allows you to check and refill oil levels. I would suspect the same setup on a 2006 model.
To my knowledge there isn't one.
Lift the gas cap cover .. Put the key in the cap and turn it...
It does not have a governor it has roller weights where the belt is you have to replace them with lighter ones. It increased my top speed from 35 to 40mph
With the governor on it you can hit 123mph
I drove a 2005 Honda accord and it topped out at 130mph because of the governor. i bet its the same for the 2004 Honda accord lx.
You can order one for about $16 or download a free manual. See the links.
No you are limited only by engine power and gearing.
my 1998 Honda accord lx I4 has a governor at 138 mph. It is the same generation accord, and thus i would guess that yours is similar, (unless they changed the governor for the v6 which is doubtful)