How to Take a Governor off a Moped?

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To take a governor off of a moped, one will need to remove the air filter box. That box is governing the speed of the moped by letting less air enter the engine. With the box gone, more air will be able to enter the engine which will allow for more speed.
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Most mopeds do not have governers. The speed is restricted through
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You don't. There is no governor. It is the way a moped works. Centrifigal clutch engages when engine is up to speed, otherwize it disengages....so the engine stays running. If you
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1. Locate the battery box on your moped. If your moped doesn't have a battery, it does not have an electronic CDI. 2. Remove the electronic CDI, a metal box measuring about 6 inches
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There is no "governor" on a UM X-Peed 50 scooter. The only ways to make it faster are to add enhancements to the motor, drivetrain (variator, clutch), and exhaust. Hope
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How to Take a Governor Off a Moped
Manufacturers often restrict modern-day mopeds with a governing device due to recent government laws concerning these vehicles. Often, brand-new bikes will have a top speed of only 30 mph. If you are looking for more power out of your bike, whether in... More »
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