tomos A3 & A35 SIDEBLEED estoril performance pipe + adjustable end bleed
tomos A3 & A35 SIDEBLEED estoril performance pipe + adjustable end bleed!!!!!!



oh man, i don't even know what to say. it's been many years of prototyping, ripping, refining, sweat and tears, nesquik drinking to bring the people the one and only teatland exclusive flat port, side-bled with adjustable end bleed estoril.

comes with (3) m8 x 1.25mm allen bolts to adjust your back pressure! one bolt is just a regular m8 if yer not into that end bleedin action, one has a 2mm ID hole and one has a 4mm ID hole. try em all and see how it affects the power band of the pipe!! its like having a 42104392 different pipes in one.

you can always grab some 20mm long M8 x 1.25 allens and drill them out if you want to really dial things in.

oh, and this does not have the internal baffle cone thing!

specifically made to mount up to the tomos A35!!! the angle is incorrect for tomos A55, keep in mind

A3 & A35 bikes like bullet, silver bullet, golden bullet, tt, ttlx, sprint, targa, targa lx, lx, st, etc... ONLY A3 and A35 models of these bikes!! NOTE there may be footpeg clearance issues with kick start models.

Pedals may not clear on A3 powered bikes especially the older 70's ones!! you may have to bend your pedal arms out for clearance or consider buying some arms with more clearance. keep that in mind!

23.5mm header ID

this is jack's favorite pipe

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5 of 5 my a35 rips now September 13, 2020
taco eater : Michael Hartman from Omaha, NE United States  
super duper high range pipe. when this thing hits it feels like you will blast to the moon. definitely woul;d recommend for anyone putting a kit on an a35.

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5 of 5 Pulls and pulls and pulls September 18, 2019
taco eater : Anonymous Person from Bedford, OH United States  
Slapped this puppy on a 1980 A3 Bullet, upjetted and geared up the front sprocket to a 28t. Still using the stock encrappy carb. My once lame 28 mph ped literally ripped to 40 mph (GPS) and was still accelerating when I got off the throttle. Just ran out of street. Power band hit right as the bike hit 2nd gear and it pulled almost completely through the entire gear. Wanna breathe some life into an old stock A3? Get this pullin' pipe!

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5 of 5 Read post below before this, continued... October 7, 2018
taco eater : Conan Segar from Murrells Inlet, SC United States  
Back to the point, when I started blasting, the weld in the elbow of the expansion chamber said "F*** YOU" and popped off that bitch like a champagne cork barely missing Kyle's face from KFC. Think I gave a S***? Well, I was concerned for Kyle, but after I knew he was okay, I kept on a blasting. I kept the hole plugged by switching from my toe to my heel to cover the ginormous 50 cent size hole. To sum it all up, if you're building a BS bike, this is the pipe for you. If you're building a ripper, this is also a great pipe for like 2 weeks. Then you can buy a real pipe or make your own. I have destroyed 4 of these and will not buy another. That's also a lie because I'll keep building BS bikes to run good. 5 stars run good don't buy, but run good.

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5 of 5 Not good for ripping A3s October 6, 2018
taco eater : Justin Vorhis from Columbia, SC United States  
So there I was at the KFC seized and desist rally with an estoril that was only a couple months old. Like seriously this thing is so fresh it’s barely discolored.... fresh right?!?. Anyway so I’m blasting past all these stupid puchs up this widow maker of a hill because A3 MF duh. As I got to the top I noticed something wasn’t right. Well at the middle of the ride stop the baffle was hanging out of the clamp thing that sucks because it broke. So most people would be like. Well my baffle is gone so I’m gonna take it easy. Me though. I’m like screw that. I didn’t come to Kentucky to suck on the ride. So as we’re leaving the middle stop of the 70 mile bike killing gauntlet I dug right into the throttle. Why because Effin A Effen 3. Do you smell what I’m steppin in? If not you don’t know anyway.

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taco eater : ped Pal from Northern United States  
Bought this pipe, was very eager to see what any extra performance could come from a new exhaust on a small 50cc moped. Honestly not much. Made sure everything was snugg, sounds/ran like a top; but mike ped still on goes 29-30mph on flats. Anyone got specific tuning suggestions to boost this over 35mph (and not hold up the traffic to scared to pass me)???

If your gonna buy this bike get the wide boy pedals, I really wish treat land would not have advertised this as if would fit a Tomod a3, because my 1979 a3sp did not fit the pipe. Honestly, they (the site) should have just mand an asterisk (*...) to specify. I'd give the product a 100/10 taco score if Treatland courteously sent me the wide boy pedals as a small condolence, but you never can expect things like that these days. :(

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