Noob looking for upgrade reviews for my zeda 80.

Leighton

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Hi all,

I am a complete noob to motorised bicycles.
I've just this Friday gone completed my first one, excuse.my.language I fu#@&+* love it. Friday I didn't have a freewheel so just push bumped it and had a little go. Yesterday I sorted the back wheel and can pedal start it and it's a complete machine now, it's soo sick I love it. Who'd have known a bicycle can go that fast, it's insane!

I know I'm going to want to make it go faster and have been looking I to all the parts available.
I was hoping some of y'all can give me some advice on what's best to upgrade first if I was you and why? What you like and dislike about those upgrade parts and if you will need to change anything else while upgrading said part?

My engine is a zeda 80 and it's on a old-style road/fixie bike with the skinny 700 wheels. It already fly's, but I need your help to reach the statisphere!

Thanks in advance.
 


Leighton

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Thanks for the replies, I think I'm going to go for the thrust 2 exhaust from bike berry. The video I watched on YouTube gave it a good result over the other exhausts... If love to be able to weld my own though.
 

ESmalik

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Thanks for the replies, I think I'm going to go for the thrust 2 exhaust from bike berry. The video I watched on YouTube gave it a good result over the other exhausts... If love to be able to weld my own though.
The thrust is not a good pipe, especially not from bikeberry. Be careful of youtube reviews, many of them dont truely know what they're putting in their bike. The thrust is not a real expansion pipe so all thatll happen is it will be LOUD with little to know performance gain
 

HumanPerson

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KX65 expansion chamber works quite well in my opinion, and seems to create awesome low end torque.

That and a good carb, not to big not to small, it all comes together and when it does you'll be smiling sailing down the boulevard :)
 

Karl Snarl

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mz65 replica pipe works really well for stock and a bit modded motors. anything you plan on porting and changing the timing on you are gonna have to build your own pipe or go with a ktm pipe ( or a real chamber in general). i like the mz65 pipe for my family. i add a muffler, they are loud and proud out of the box. it was the best one mod i did to any of their bikes. instant power gain with a jet up or two from the stock muffler. makes the bike sound like a real bike too. also makes it really easy to tune by sound. for a stock bike, can't go wrong with a mz65 replica.
 
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