vespa piaggio tecno speedy stock ++ exhaust pipe for ciao
vespa tecno stock pipe


stock like vespa pipe by tecno. made for vespa ciao. has the squished header. will work on all other vespa piaggio mopeds too.

this is what they call the speedy version, ya know, ya get it, you get a lil more all in one dreamy stock like pipe. wow who woulda guessed, reminds me a when the guru used to hide expansion chambers in stock puch pipes. tricky, so rad.

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4 of 5 Pedal clearance issues February 27, 2021
taco eater : Joe Runkle from Costa Mesa, CA United States  
Bought 2 of these for my Ciao's and the pedal sprocket rested/touched the side of the pipe even though its squished. Using a hammer and a piece of wood I hammered it back/bent it to the kickstand and now sprocket clears. If you are not willing to do the work buy the Giannelli (with the crome plate) version of this pipe.

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5 of 5 to the guy below me September 22, 2017
taco eater : gustavo from san francisco, CA  
mounted right up just perfect!

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4 of 5 new favorite pipe September 7, 2017
taco eater : Will C from san francisco, CA United States  
such a rad pipe. total ripper 100% blast pipe. so good in fact, that i tossed my calibrata in the trash. great for single speed

have this on a 43mm dr evo, polini head, 13:13, drilled out intake and opened rotary patch, mazzi crank and it flies still! went from a giannelli pipe (which ripped) to this and the top speed is maybe 2mph slower. plus the low end is so wicked that i was able to ditch my black malossi clutch springs and use some stock olympia ones. no more burning out malossi pads in like 700 miles.

my only gripe is that it took some persuading to mount... had to bend it down a lil and tweak it in the smushed sections.

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4 of 5 Not OEM September 5, 2015
taco eater : IkePipe from KS United States  
Got this for my Bravo. Does not fit like OEM. Had to do a bit of "flexing" to get it on. The angle on the header needs to be slightly wider. Scratched it a bit because "flexing" also involved bumping up against other parts of the bike.

Fortunately, all the scratches hide once it is installed. It looks good, sounds good, and seems to give my bike a bit more pep with the throttle. Won't know for sure how much until I GPS it.

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4 of 5 Cool, Way Better Than Stock April 30, 2014
taco eater : DAS Riot from Detroit, MI United States  
I ran this pipe for a couple of weeks when I was screwing around with my Bravo.  Quiet like stock, really nice quality, fit perfectly, and no issues with a 43mm kit blowing the pipe from the collar.  Touched about 40mph on a variated set up with a 43mm kit and 12.12.  Not a bad choice if you want to keep the stock look and noise, while kitting a few more MPH out of the set up.  Stock Vespa pipes are kinda the worst.

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