Does anyone know where the governer is on a Puch m

I have a 1978 Puch NewPort L and I was wondering if anyone know how to take the governer off?<p>And also if anyone is close to Phillipston Massachusetts please let me know because I need someone to go riding with.

Re: Does anyone know where the governer is on a Pu

"when talking about governers on mopeds, you can not think of it as a single thing. there is no magic switch you can flip that suddenly makes your moped a motorcycle. there are number of things that have to be done to make a moped faster, a racing exhau"

RE: Does anyone know where the governer is on a Pu

Why do you suspect it has a govenor?Mopeds are built to legally run 20,25 and 30 MPH,depending in what state you ride it in

RE: Does anyone know where the governer is on a Pu

on puch mopeds they limit the speed

a number of ways

first is by main jet size in the carb

bigger jets can be had at toronto moped

or any place that carries puch stuff

try a 62 up to a 65 main jet , i think

second, they may be a constriction in the

carb where it hooks up to the barrel

it may be rubber or metal

third, there may be a metal part that keeps

the slide from completely opening up

it would be between the top of the throttle

return spring in the carb and the top of

the carb above the slide, the round thing

that goes up and down in the carb

i may have a specifications sheet and an

owners manuel for that model

e-mail me and i*ll look for it, you can have

it for 4 or 5 dollars.

RE: Does anyone know where the governer is on a Pu

<HTML>Several governors exist - carb size - sprocket size -air filter restrictions - intake manifold size.

Moped parts - service manuals - service tips available from http://sportsbay.com.Puch-Motobecane-Sachs-Garelli-Honda and more</HTML>

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