Vespa Tuned exhaust PX200 stainless steel
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Ready to order?$129.00
- 3200 grams
- I also have a stainless one on a P2. They are well worth the money. Look good, sound brilliant. Performance is 2nd to none.
- Schau dir mal den ScootRs an, ist preiswert und passt ohne großartige Umbauten an die Cosa. Ich fahre den seit 2 Jahren in Verbindung mit einem angepassten 213. Pinasco und bin ganz zufrieden.
- I have one of your exhausts in the stainless version on my tuned Vespa, Malossi 210, cut crank, ported and polished, Cosa clutch, all running off the standard 24mm carb. These are the dyno results I obtained using your exhaust, maybe you will find them useful and can use them on your site, etc., to show the results you can get from one of these pipes as they are great value for money and perform very well and still give the motor lots of torque.
I have a happily tuned P125 (I don't think the details matter, but no reed valve) I used the Simonini all last summer, great sound, nice look. Installed the pipe right after kitting the scooter, so I can't tell you what it does to a stock bike's performance. The bike was fast, great power, mostly in the mid and high range. Then during the long Canadian winter I ordered the scootRS pipe to try it out (the price was right!! I couldn't say no). Installed it (even easier than the Simonini). Drawback was no more spare tire (who cares, dead weight if you ask me). Started the bike up in my garage (still snow outside) and boy what an awesome sound, a mix of Harley and Ducati together!! I finally took it out in the spring and....... … blew away the Simonini!!! Sooo much more torque, incredible. All my friends tried it and loved it. A few thought it was too loud (I might repack the silencer), but the low end is frightening. Wheelies in first and second (and I'm a big guy). I don't know what else to say but WOW! Also I got one for my brother's kitted P200 and he loves it to. Even greater results (well he has a bigger engine) but the performance is scary!!!!
Great performance, great price. Don't pay twice the price for a similar exhaust.
This model is in beautiful stainless steel.
Our tuned exhaust comes in two sections with a slip on neck section. The muffler is aluminum for lighter weight, and can be opened so you can change the packing later if you need to renew it. It will bolt onto a Rally 200 or a P/PX200-type cylinder and give an easy power boost. A dyno test on a Malossi 210 reported a 25.4 HP along with good torque.
- You should check your plug and upjet your carb from stock a few points, likely between 118-125, and probably a 122.
- For fitting this type of exhaust, see scooterhelp.com pipe fitting.
- On a Rally 200, or Rally with a PX200 motor, you can cut the kickstart side bracket on the stand a bit and use a smallframe stand spring OR move the stand forward (put the rear stand holes on the front frame holes and drill new front frame holes).
- The exhaust manifold has a removable clamp and springs, so you can mount it either way, depending if you have a cylinder kit with an aluminum stub or not.
- It doesn't fit with a spare tire unless spacers are used. You can use a couple of longer bolts to space the bottom of the spare away from the pipe. The panel is tight when you put it on.