How far out is it from fitting? If the holes line up, could you space it with washers. Some restrictions are a pain to remove. Pedparts charge £8. On some pipes it's worth getting them to do it.I The sports pipes just tend to have a couple of welds. Not to hard to remove.
with pedparts its only do you order it the same time as ordering the exhaust tho
Yep I will try that Zino I will run the 49cc barrel just for now,I need a temp gauge before I fit the 70 kit,I am wary of it because many years a go I fitted one without up jetting and snapped a con rod three miles into it,s first trip.
Grandad jog is playing up so plans went out the window,I have fitted the silent pro with a few little cuts to the bracket it went on well but I had to file some of the top bracket to get the cowls to fit but it,s back on the road 30 miles on the new exhaust and it feels reliable its not as punchy as the Naraku but I have not changed anything to get the best tune out of it,I am having some issues with my employer at the moment and getting there is crucial so I will stick with it as it stands till my boss gets his head out of his wotsit.I have a new phone on the way :)so I can post some pictures and document the 70 kit.
Oh and I dodged a bullet when you turn a engine on it,s back the gear oil seeps out just lucky I caught it.
That Naraku Traffic looked like a snappy exhaust by the look of it . I always wanted to try one . But the Bracket doesnt work for The zuma . The trans should not require much change going from one street pipe to the next They have pretty wide power bands
Street Pipes have that down low torque and just a little more top end that work great for daily riders street light to street light riding. When you ad that Kit you are going to have alot of extra punch .
2004 Yamaha Vino malossi bbk malossi wild lion pipe multi var polini green clutch springs 6.5 gram sliders 48 mph 2004 Yamaha Vino malossi bbk malossi wild lion, multi var polini green clutch springs 6 gram sliders 48 mph 2004 Yamaha Zuma Yasuni R Athena Sport .92 squish malossi variator 5.5 gram sliders budget overrange top performance torque driver polini bws 100 belt delta clutch yellow springs white contra athena upgears 14/42 stage 6 dellorto 19 mm 82M W7 40 pilot 54 mph
I'm sure a good welder could fix it. Depending on the price though it might be best putting the money toward a new pipe. Anything like exhaust repair paste won't last. You can tell you ride all year round like me! 😆
Paul Yamaha Aerox NS50 2016 Piaggio Typhoon 2019: The new one Yamaha Slider 2002: The problem child (sold) Yamaha BWS NG: The Family affair (son now owns) Yamaha Aerox YQ50 2008: The fast one (sold) Yamaha Jog RR 2004: The first one (sold)
Here's the body hardly any rust,and the restp of the pipe,I have tied to find a head pipe and cannot, thought about flex exhaust tube but that gets expensive and will be hard to seal,I,m going to man up and ditch it soon.
I have to fess up,I fitted the silent pro and was a little disappointed the scoot seemed less nippy and a bit dull.Nothing wrong with exhaust my front tyre was almost running flat I put that right and the silent pro is comparable to the naraku,it fits easier and is cheaper than the naraku so the silent pro wins,I would have got the malossi wild lion but it wasn,t available at the time.
Senna1Rossi: Thanks renagade281!
May 23, 2016 14:59:12 GMT -5
Fox: I don't really know how to say this but straight. I am Dave's Girlfriend Kellilee and bluntly and VERY SADLY he passed away early Tuesday morning. I know he would want ya all to know this. Thank You Brent for befriending my love he was very happy on here!
Jun 18, 2016 16:26:04 GMT -5
Fox: www.gofundme.com/29mgf6b8 I hope it is ok to pass on his gofundme page link. If not you will un-post it I'm sure. Thanks again all!!
Jun 18, 2016 16:31:18 GMT -5