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BANGKOK 21 July 2019 03:27
hellex

Aerox 155 modifications

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Hello !

I have an Aerox 155 and i recently changed CVT, air filter, gear and body throttle but i dont feel a great change, a little more acceleration but i expected much more with all the new parts...

I'm thinking maybe it's because i need to change ecubox to reprogram injection, what do you think ?

Do you have any advice to make it faster ?

Thanks !

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4 hours ago, Kwasaki said:

Yeah change the scoot for a motorbike. 😎

Yeah, later i think 🙂

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Change variator rollers to a lighter one... cheap solution.

 

For expensive solution buy a full Malossi kit, that has rollers and other parts...

 

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19 minutes ago, Agusts said:

Change variator rollers to a lighter one... cheap solution.

 

For expensive solution buy a full Malossi kit, that has rollers and other parts...

 

I already changed variator and weights + body throttle + gear + air filter...

 

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i can understand WHY!

but really why bother?

it's a 155cc scooter and at the end of the day it will be a slightly faster 155cc scooter, save your money and buy a bigger capacity scooter, Forza, T-max or new BMW even a MaxSym 400 or 600.

i bought an old T-Max in OZ and it was worth every cent.

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Thanks for your answers.
If i change later, it will be for a real bike, now i like my aerox, just need a few changes...

I put another pulley and it works much better, this week i will istall a Akrapovic exhaust and change the springs of clutch, i think it will be cool 🙂 i'll let you know if you are interested

 

I have a last question, the guy from the shop today told me that because i have changed the throttle body, i need to change injectors to make it efficient...anyone knows ?

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Dunno about that one but i know that most larger cc fuel injected bikes allow some basic mods before you have to start playing with fuel management.

for example i had a 2018 z900 i put an Akropovic full system on it and it needed no feeling mods and i could have put a "better" air filter on it and the computer would have handled that but to get the most out of it i should have had it "Re-Flashed"

Best answer is ride it and if you are happy leave it be.

 

please post your findings as i am interested in how it works out.

I am playing with our aero and just bought after market rear shock to handle my weight better.

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56 minutes ago, moose7117 said:

i should have had it "Re-Flashed"

So it's possible to reflash it instead of changing it ?

 

58 minutes ago, moose7117 said:

please post your findings as i am interested in how it works out

Sure I will ! 🙂

 

I checked the spark plug, do you think it's ok ? I'm scared it's lean ...(see photo below)

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your leg looks thin, as for the spark plug , cannot tell, take a better photo.

 

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You need a gap filler gauge to check spark plug gap, can't be done by just looking at it...!

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I went in poom sap, i changed injectors and controled with a probe now it's ok.

 

I changed exhaust for a Akrapovic but actually I have less speed and torque, that sucks... I will try different weights setting and if it's not better put back the stock exhaust.

 

I stll can put a Ecu but money again.

 

 

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On 6/19/2019 at 7:32 AM, Agusts said:

You need a gap filler gauge to check spark plug gap, can't be done by just looking at it...!

A "feeler gauge" works better.

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On 6/15/2019 at 5:01 PM, hellex said:

Do you have any advice to make it faster ?

Drive it downhill or draft behind a Tuk-Tuk.

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