MLM honda urban express NU50 people's sidebleed pipe
MLM honda urban express NU50 people's sidebleed pipe



super quality handmade people's pipe from motion left mopeds for honda express NU50. lustrous black powder coat, quiet side bleed silencer and perfecto mounting! probably something you have been waiting for? The People's pipe offers the best power band for your pennies! Crazy good quality and a easily re-packable silencer makes this a pipe that will out last your ped. Top notch performance for 50-70cc

**plz note, some hobbit cylinders put the exhaust port in a different location which will throw off the mounting on these. As of July 2018 we are working a new super universal mount. So, keep in mind when using cylinders that use a spacer like the wizard and athena that the rear mount will not line up perfectly since the spacer pushes the exhaust mount to a different location. This is also the case on malossi H2O kits. Stock, polini, & DR all mount fine as well as others.. we will update as we find out more**

Perfect mounting
25mm ID header
31.7mm OD on pipe flange (take note if using on stock cylinders)
1/4" mounting flange
18 gauge steel cones
Hand tig welded all around
7 gauge rear mount tab
The easy to remove silencer end cap is attached using two stainless Phillips head screws, no more drilling out rivets to quiet your ped!
High temp black powder coat
And....a good night's sleep knowing you bought the right pipe

taco rating taco rating 4.5 of 5 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 10 give your taco rating here

  1 taco eaters like this review
5 of 5 not quite bolt and go on stock cylinder April 2, 2020
taco eater : Joey Poole from Washington, DC United States  
the flange is a bit too large to mate with the stock cylinder. however with a quick beveling courtesy of a dremel, it fit pretty well.

bit of low end performance lost for nice gains around 10-15 mph up until the 30s

edit: revisiting this to say this pipe gives mondo performance out of the stock cylinder. it easily pings my 35 mph speedo. I'm guessing high 30s or touching 40 with stock jug, carb, jetting, bx31 belt, and this pipe.

Was this review helpful to you?

  0 taco eaters like this review
1 of 5 Not bolt and go May 21, 2018
taco eater : Gene Visco from Burlington, MA United States  
This was not as advertised.  There was much fabrication involved in getting this to mount on my NU50.  I returned it.  Very disappointed.

EDIT TREATS : This is a bolt on pipe for NU50, contact us if you are having difficulties and to make sure you have the right model bike/pipe combo. Thanks!

Was this review helpful to you?

  1 taco eaters like this review
4 of 5 requires a bit of work to tune with stock set up May 11, 2018
taco eater : J.R.Rutherford from COLUMBUS, OH United States  
To take full advantage of this pipe with stock cylinder, you really need to run the GY6 clutch, Malossi red springs and GY6 yellow contra spring.  Then tune your variator - somewhere around 36-39 grams.  You may want to raise your exhaust port a couple mm and shave your head to run without a head gasket.  Basically anything to keep the rpms up so the pipe will hit.  Of course, don't forget to up jet.  You can run it with the bx31 but that will probably keep the rpms lower than stock belt.

Was this review helpful to you?

  1 taco eaters like this review
5 of 5 . October 13, 2017
taco eater : Secret squirrel from Phoenix, AZ United States  

Was this review helpful to you?

  1 taco eaters like this review
5 of 5 Real good time September 26, 2017
taco eater : Michael Mills from worcester, MA United States  
Excellent midrange pipe. Noticeable low end power loss but that can be gained back with a tighter clutch.

This pipe/stock jetting/bx31 dayco belt/ no foam in the airbox/ pre mix + one treatland sticker


Without the fatter belt it revs out and four strokes at 28 mph. It takes two to tango right?

The construction of this pjpe is beautiful. The silencer is not pop riveted together instead its assembled with love. The baffle guts are held in by a ciclip so you can take it apart and repack it when it gets full of mud.

Old pipe comes off spacer for the bracket comes off. Then the pipe goes on. Then the spacer goes back on OVER the bracket on the new pipe instead of under like before. You can use the same bolt. I like that part a lot. No extra hardware necessary. The back fender bracket might need a place to go not sure i dont have a back fender.

Send it.

Was this review helpful to you?

View All Customer Reviews