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How to increase speed?

How do increase my scooters performance? How do i increase its speed? what modification will i do? my bike in hondawave 100. thanks

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  • Graeme Ross
    Graeme Ross May 11, 2010

    Its really just a scooter mate... You need to upgrade to a proper motorcycle if you are loking for speed. Brakes, handling, lights,  all aspects of performance are engineered for the bikes current build. Upgrade to a cbr125r


    try a big pipe on it may get you 2-3 km faster. :)


    http://au.youtube.com/watch?v=zvXoX6Xxng...




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You can bore out the barrel to take a bigger piston or swap barrels from a 110 or 125. I know the 110 barrel can be taken out to take a Kawasaki 150 piston. This will need a new CDI and best to modify the exhaust too (more free flowing). I've done this with my Honda C70 and gone up to a wave 125 piston. the only thing holding me back is the 3 speed gear box but I have changed the sprockets to give higher cruising speeds.

You will need a bigger carb. Honda Dash Carb is just spot on. Its a Keihin and get an original (with the heavy plunger) not a cheap fake. They can stick open causing problems!

Good luck!

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Upgrade your engine to 125cc

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Put a rocket propeller.... it may take you to the moon!!!

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