Question about 2006 Gilera Runner VX 125
I have a gilera vx 125 and have fitted a new exhaust. This has resulted in loss of power is there anything I can do to regain the power.
You didn't say if the new exhaust was the factory stock unit for your bike or an aftermarket pipe. The aftermarket pipes are generally not well manufactured. The factory pipes are well made but even they have internal flaws at times.
The flow of exhaust gasses is being held back by the baffles in the muffler. Some mufflers have an end baffle that can be removed from the end of the pipe. If one is present, remove it. This may help. Aside from that, return the new pipe and ask for a refund or replacement.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
I have same problem mine stutters and chokes an won't rev over 8 thousand revs
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