Can you disable a rev limiter?
To avoid any risk of damage to your vehicle, it is strongly recommended to remove the RPM limiter physically. Therefore, there is a specific technique to electronically disable it. To do this, replace the factory default ECU with a high-performance ECU in order to exceed the original limits placed on the RPM.
How do you Derestrict a 4 stroke 50cc 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.
How do I remove the rev limiter on my scooter?
Reconnect the left pulley wheel and replace the variator case faceplate. Attach the kickstart to the outside of the variator. Removing the rev limiter from your scooter may require you to reregister your scooter as a motorcycle. Removing the rev limiter from your scooter may require you to reregister your scooter as a motorcycle.
How do you remove a limiting washer on a scooter?
The limiting washer is positioned around the front pulley wheel, and in most scooters it can be removed by hand or with a pair of needle-nose pliers. Reconnect the left pulley wheel and replace the variator case faceplate. Attach the kickstart to the outside of the variator.
How do I remove the rev limiter and Kickstart?
Removing the rev limiter allows all energy to transfer from the engine to the belt, increasing your scooter’s overall top speed. Unfasten the kickstart by loosening the bolt head of the pin that attaches the kickstart to the outside of your scooter’s variator case. This will allow you to pull the pin and remove the kickstart.
How do I Stop my scooter from revving for no reason?
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.