Re: Biturbo Exhaust
Jun 20, 2001 04:41 PDT
In Delaware,altering any motor vehicle exhaust system is
illegal.Also,one of the last remaining requirements of what makes a
moped a moped is; cannot exceed 25 M P H.It varies from State to
State.Some 20 M P H,25 M P H,some 30 M P H . another is,as soon as you
go over 50 C C,(over bore or big bore kit),it is no longer a moped.At 51
CC,it is in the motor cycle classification and it and rider must " meet
M/C requirements.Most Police are unaware of the laws,but can find out
easy enough if they have cause. Drive safe and legal.
P S Next State over from me,Maryland,a moped is just another
bicycle,but you are responsiable $$$$$$ is you hurt any one/thing while
May your day be blessed.
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From: David Rumsey <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: Biturbo Exhaust
Date: Tue, 19 Jun 2001 22:33:13 -0400
19 Jun 2001 22:30:52 EDT
It should make your moped go much faster. Around 5 to 10 mph faster which is
pretty significant. As far as street legal...I guess that depends on your area
and cops. I haven't had any problems (knock on wood) riding around on my moped
with a biturbo exhaust that doesn't even have any muffling.
Matthew Cordes wrote:
Anyone know if the biturbo exhaust will work on my Puch Magnum II?
sort of benefits should I expect? Does having this exhaust make the bike
no longer street legal?