MLM yamaha kickstart LB50 & LB80 CHAPPY SCORPION pipe
MLM yamaha kickstart LB50 & LB80 CHAPPY SCORPION pipe




super quality handmade SCORPION pipe from motion left mopeds for yamaha kickstart LB50 & LB80 chappy!!!! at last!!

Please note this will only fit KICKSTART chappy models. There is another version for pedal start in the works.

This was prototyped on a USA model LB80 and has been confirmed to fit the 3 speed 50cc LB50 non USA versions by our friends in sweden. Read their review here!

lustrous black powder coat, exhaust flange special nut, and even comes with an installation tool!! 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

Perfect mounting
25mm ID header
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

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5 of 5 1976 yamaha lb80 July 23, 2022
taco eater : Vinh Le from Wichita, KS United States  
Perfectly fit without any modifications needed, it rips hard in the it !!

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5 of 5 Superb!! November 8, 2017
taco eater : Olle Jacobsen from Dalby, Skaane Sweden  
Mounted it on a 50cc (LB50) 3-speed semi automatic Chappy and it's bolt on.
My guess is it will fit every Chappy, that doesn't have pedals, without any modifications.

There was however one minor issue for me. The kickstarter didn't run freely. It just touches the silencer end pipe. But that was quickly fixed by tilting in the end piece. I drilled and threaded new holes (in the loose end piece) so I could turn it counter clock wise by 3mm or so. Then the kick moved freely. You could also just saw off a few mm from the curved end pipe, but I choose the other "invisible" way.

I'm very satisfied with this exhaust and the build quality is just amazing!

I wrote a blog post (in Swedish) but there are a lot of images that could be inspiring even for the non Swedish folks.
You'll find it at:

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