Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Motion Left Moped Honda NC50 Express Sidebleed exhaust pipe muffler

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Motion Left Moped Honda NC50 Express Sidebleed exhaust pipe muffler is here. This part is one of the few scooter parts I have left to complete my honda express moped "build". Still planning on LED headlight setup and perhaps some jets for my mikuni 20mm VM round slide carburetor (bolt on) for my 1978 honda express noped model nc50.

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This is an amazing USA hand-made moped muffler that is excellently crafted. MLM honda muffler pipes are hand crafted with eighteen gauge steel metal and are welded using a TIG (tungsten inert gas). This honda moped muffler pipe is built to last with removable end-cap silencer and coated using a rugged 1,500 degree high temperature powder coat. The muffler exhaust flange is 1/4 in thickness and the rear muffler bracket is 3/16 in size with a 1 1/4 inch slot for mounting... no hassle here. Visit MLM muffler online.


You can find the MLM honda express NC50 & NA50 people's sidebleed pipe on the www.treatland.tv website. Current the muffer retails for $190 so buy it now before the prices goes up... or they sell out!!!

Do you need some more NC noped muffler references? Well, here are some similar moped constructions using the MLM honda express people's sidebleed pipe:



Stay tuned for more Honda Express NC50
modifications coming soon...

2 noped comments:

Geoff Ballou said...

Thanks for the review. looks great and sounds even better! I bought this pipe from treatland back in December; I'm waiting for the snow here in Maine would melt so I can mount it up and ride.

jfk said...

Geoff, I'm nearby. I just got done my performance upgrades and testing out my noped. I LOVE THE PIPE. I probably need to do some carb tuning... cause my low-end is pretty lacking... but MID and HIGH end RIP!!!!

I needed to grind the head of the pipe that connects to head of engine. I had to use a Drummel because I did not have a grinder. If you have a hand-held grinder... will take you about 1 minute. I will post a picture of what I did to mount the rear fender... because you loose the bracket mount on the muffler side. Hope to run into you sometime!

-=JFK=-

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