How fast can a Derestricted 50CC scooter go?
50cc scooters generally do about 30-35mph restricted and 45-50mph derestricted.
How do you restrict a scooter?
How to Derestrict a 4-Stroke 50CC Scooter
- Detach the kickstart from the variator system.
- Open up the variator system.
- Disengage the front pulley wheel from the pulley system.
- Extricate the washer from its position around the front pulley rod.
Is there a governor on a scooter?
Unlike larger vehicles, scooters possess a relatively simple mechanical governor, which takes the form of a washer placed in the scooter’s variator system.
Is it possible to derestrict a 50cc Scooter by yourself?
Derestricting a 50cc scooter can be done by yourself without any help from a professional mechanic. If, however, you have the money, you may wish to employ a mechanic to do the derestriction job for you, but if you’re confident and want to save some cash, then simply follow these instructions to derestrict your 50cc scooter.
How does the variator work on a 50cc Scooter?
Most 50cc scooters are restricted by the placement of a spacing washer in the drivetrain system, also known as the variator system. Removing this washer allows the scooter’s variator system to operate at its full potential, increasing the scooter’s acceleration and top speed.
Is there a way to remove washers from a 50cc Scooter?
Derestricting your 50cc scooter is a simple process that you can easily do yourself with the help of three wrenches and the method that’s been laid out in this article. Usually, it’s only a matter of removing a couple of washers.
How to check if your scooter CDI is restricted?
Another way to check needs an RPM meter. Place your scooter on the main stand and make sure it’s secure. Ideally have someone to help you holding it in place. Rev the engine up slowly and check if at some point the engine stops revving for no reason. This is probably somewhere around 7-800rpm.