Part 1. Modified Scooter in Taiwan. Kymco Racing 150 UMR Review. Tires, Shocks, Engine, Exhaust.

Started recording my project bike.
It got the modded engine, suspension, CVT. Lots of custom body parts.
In this video, I focus on performance parts.
Made a short uphill to compare with other bikes but found that camshaft was broken. Will fix it and you will see the change in the next video.

Modifying tips:
1. Grips – Pick something softer than stock
2. Tyres – Bridgestone, Michelin my favorites for Scooter
3. CVT – Can indeed make acceleration faster but must have a good mechanic.
4. Breaks – If feel you do not have enough brakes start with changing the pads – Rims – Calipers. For me just pads and rims was enough.
5. Suspension – keep yours in good shape, if need to change try to change just internal parts if possible.
6. Computer – will give you more fun at top RPMs.
7. Exhaust – Should have good advise from mechanic.
8. Engine – find good mechanic first!!! Will take a lot of money from your pocket. To me my engine already went over 2k USD.

Cheers, enjoy your riding!

Any questions, let me know.

music licenses: Bass Rebels, Vlog no Copyright Music, No Copyright Sounds

Comments

J Liu says:

Love your vids, and I can’t wait to see your future mods on your Kymco Racing. I hope you get a chance to review a modded Racing King 180 with an after-market ecu and transmission. I recently had a chance to sample one withe the aforementioned mods as well as racing tires and rear suspension, and man, let me tell you, it was the best scooter I’ve ridden to date. You’re the first serious reviewer of scooters in Taiwan that speaks English, and I can tell you this, your fan base WILL grow once people catch wind of what you’re doing. Great work, bud.

OHMSS says:

Nice bike, how much was the ECU computer change? Are you Japanese?, your accent is different to Taiwanese English:-)

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