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Parts for my moped

Postby oliveskate » Sun May 31, 2009 8:53 pm

Well i got a 1989 Honda se50. I've been looking on the internet and can't really find parts for my moped, only SA50 and others.

But is their any moped (scooter), like mine (1989 Honda se50) that kind of use the same parts and stuff?

I want to get a new exhaust, plastic (white part),

And pretty much anything else I can find, i'll probably get.
But is their any other honda's or other scooters that share the same parts kind of?
I hope you guy's get what I mean.

Here's my scooter.

http://www.mopedriders.org/files/4248_1 ... _n_302.jpg

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re: Parts for my moped

Postby maddog » Fri Jun 05, 2009 5:26 pm

Few parts are made for that engine so just keep it stock.
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Postby oliveskate » Sat Jun 06, 2009 11:35 am

Ok. Well I just plan on having the engine stock. Cause with a learners (Class 7) you can only have a 50cc engine. I would like to get new plastic all around it, new exhaust, and pretty much whatever else I can find.

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Postby oliveskate » Thu Jun 11, 2009 8:56 am

So I've been looking on the net, and I found parts for my moped, but for 1987 Honda SE50. Mine's a 89' Honda SE50, do you think they will be any problems , or everything should fit and work good?

Also My friend has a quad exhaust that he doesn't need. (Brand New) and would that work if I attached it to the moped. He would know how, he's a Mechanic, so It would involve maybe a little bit of welding. But what are the pros and cons of doing this? Could it screw up my scooter?


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Postby codyology » Thu Jun 11, 2009 12:08 pm

is the scooter 2 or 4 stroke, depending on what any exhaust could be modifed to work, but in a certain case that quad exhaust was made for something alot bigger then a 50. You could look in the pitbike section to see. If you can pick up a fmf, white brothers or yoshimura exhaust.

I have a list of good sites you could start with at home, I'll send it to you later
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Postby oliveskate » Thu Jun 11, 2009 12:47 pm

codyology wrote:is the scooter 2 or 4 stroke, depending on what any exhaust could be modifed to work, but in a certain case that quad exhaust was made for something alot bigger then a 50. You could look in the pitbike section to see. If you can pick up a fmf, white brothers or yoshimura exhaust.

I have a list of good sites you could start with at home, I'll send it to you later


My scooter is a 2 stroke.
The exhaust is from a 660cc quad. I forgot what kind of quad. lol.
But I would be willing to spend money on a new exhaust that I know for surely would fit, and not screw up my scooter. Thanks, I appreciate the help and the links to come :)
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Postby maddog » Thu Jun 11, 2009 4:59 pm

www.vtcycles.com will have certain parts for that engine.
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Postby codyology » Fri Jun 12, 2009 12:08 am

that would be for a Yamaha raptor had on they are fast but no part of that exhaust would work for you. You could put a folgers coffee can on it and it would have the same effect.

but on a helpful note, read thru this it could be you last ditch effort.

http://scootdawg.proboards.com/index.cg ... read=21586

i thought it was interesting i might try if, i get free time from welding on my brother-in-laws projects.
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Postby oliveskate » Sat Jun 13, 2009 10:32 am

codyology wrote:that would be for a Yamaha raptor had on they are fast but no part of that exhaust would work for you. You could put a folgers coffee can on it and it would have the same effect.

but on a helpful note, read thru this it could be you last ditch effort.

http://scootdawg.proboards.com/index.cg ... read=21586

i thought it was interesting i might try if, i get free time from welding on my brother-in-laws projects.


Yes it's a Yamaha Raptor. We were thinking of cutting it off when the red box begins on the right. Then putting the quad exhaust where it's cut, then weld it on. Hard to explain in typing, but I hope the image explains. Any other suggestions on how to do it, or is it a bad idea to do it? Also if I do add this exhaust, will it screw up my moped, in any ways? Such as Engine, etc...
http://img19.yfrog.com/img19/5808/mopedexhaust.png

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Postby codyology » Sun Jun 14, 2009 11:35 pm

i personally think the exhaust will be too big, like it would be putting a straight pipe. I might be wrong. put you would have to put a big adapter on the raptor pipe to get it small enough to put on the header pipe from the scooter.
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Postby oliveskate » Mon Jun 15, 2009 8:56 am

codyology wrote:i personally think the exhaust will be too big, like it would be putting a straight pipe. I might be wrong. put you would have to put a big adapter on the raptor pipe to get it small enough to put on the header pipe from the scooter.



Yea I was thinking the same. Well my friend and I are going to look at it, and see what we can all do. Just take our time and do it well. But like I posted above, is that a good place to cut it, then put the raptor exhaust on?
And also is their any Cons of doing this?

Thanks a lot codyology :)
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Postby codyology » Mon Jun 15, 2009 7:55 pm

i would cut it back about 2 or 3 inches from the stock exhaust, so if that one didn't work you got alot of room, to put on a pitbike exhaust.
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Postby oliveskate » Mon Jun 15, 2009 8:57 pm

codyology wrote:i would cut it back about 2 or 3 inches from the stock exhaust, so if that one didn't work you got alot of room, to put on a pitbike exhaust.


Ok sound's good. I will post back when I get it installed :P

Thanks a lot :)
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Postby oliveskate » Fri Jun 19, 2009 3:15 pm

I got 1 more question. I found a website that sells parts for my moped, but it's for the 1987 Honda SE50. But mine's a 1989 Honda SE50. I just want to get new plastic, and some other stuff for it. Would it be ok, and would it still fit together, and work on my moped?
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Postby oliveskate » Sun Jun 21, 2009 11:02 am

Another question. Recently, my moped stopped working, well it just won't start. The only way to start it if you rev the engine when you press start, then once you do that, and the back tire stops rotating, it shut's off. My friend's where saying it could be clogged, somewhere. Not sure how to explain it, i'm a noob at this stuff. But I removed the black metal honda plate thing, near the kick starter, and well it need's a new gasket, so I bought red rtv silicone for it, and also a parts cleaner so I can clean it, and some other parts because they were pretty darn gross. So today my friend is going to help me check what the problem is. But does anybody here had this problem, or know what this problem can be.

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