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The 2005 Piaggio Typhoon equipped with the 49cc Hi-Per 2 Engine is now completely unrestricted and performs significantly better than stock for nearly no money. In the previous episodes I demonstrated that the scooter can perform much better with the brass restrictor removed from the Dellorto 17.5 PHVA Carburetor, contrary to rumors suggesting the brass restrictor contributes to better performance. Now, with the bike completely tuned, we are ready to move on to the next step: Installing the LEO VINCE ZX-R Exhaust. This exhaust is now a bit more difficult to get because it has been discontinued and replaced with the lower model LEO VINCE TT. However, before we proceed with the install, most European aftermarket exhausts for scooters come equipped with government regulated restrictors welded in place. What’s the point of getting an aftermarket pipe only to restrict it’s performance? This video will show you how to unlock extra/hidden power from your aftermarket scooter exhaust by removing the restrictor.
Hope you find this video helpful and please like & subscribe for further scooter tuning videos!
If you want your bike to bury the speedo needle like ours did in Episode 1, subscribe and stay tuned for future episodes. We will show you how to destrict the bike from factory, install the Leo Vince ZXR exhaust, open up the intake, and modify the transmission. Come along with us as we transform this little 50cc scooter from a slow and boring bike to a fast and peppy machine that will do circles around traffic!
Other bikes that shares the same platform/engine includes Vespa, Piaggio, Aprilia, Peugot, Gilera, TPH, Typhoon, LT50, LX50, ET50, Scarabeo, Stalker, Zip, Fly, etc.