MLM honda hobbit people's sidebleed pipe
honda hobbit motion left people's pipe


 :*sorry none today*

**now with new improved mounting technology for added strength!**

super quality handmade people's pipe from motion left mopeds for honda hobbit, PA50, and camino. lustrous black powder coat, quiet side bleed silencer and perfecto mounting. 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
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

***note this can be fitted to pa50i cylinders with modification of the exhaust flange (you'll need to open up the cylinder approx. 2mm or file down the exhaust flange approx 2mm) in order for the pipe to fit properly***

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4 of 5 decent piece nothing to crap over May 27, 2013
taco eater : Coxbros from Energy, IL United States  
put this on a 77' express with a DR kit, carb, etc. bolted right up and had to make one simple bracket. good quality, get to top speed much faster than a proma but didnt go any faster overall, a little quieter than proma, peaked at 40mph

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5 of 5 SOLID April 1, 2013
taco eater : Ari from Brooklyn, NY United States  

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5 of 5 Great mid to high end power December 27, 2012
taco eater : Zach Raddatz from Lincoln, NE United States  
I tested the prototype for this pipe...  Built a conservative Hobbit with stock unported DR kit, Mikuni VM18, MLM hobbit intake, and a notched stock variator with Grahams rollers.

The proma has more low end, ofcourse... but with a variator you don't need it.  This pipe picks up where the promo quits and will hit low to mid 50s easily.  Can't be beat for the $$$,2956688,page=1

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5 of 5 def a solid quiet pipe November 18, 2012
taco eater : Will from San Jose , CA United States  
Tuned right with some stiffer contra springs and perfect light weights you can make this pipe purrrrrrrr.  Can be a bit of a challenge to bring it to life, but it is a solid high mid pipe with a wide band.  Consistently gives power from 35 to 55.

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5 of 5 Great Alternative to the Proma October 25, 2012
taco eater : Jack Pollner from Lincoln, NH United States  
Have this set up with an Polini, VM18, 19mm intake, TJT, Carbon Reeds... Works very well.  Does not have a pronounced "hit" but comes on gradually and builds.  Doesn't hit a wall either, just tapers off.  I am tuned conservatively, but am hitting 50 no problem, and would probably be going faster if I lost a few pounds.  Too many tacos for me, ya heard?

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