Brake horsepower of moped???

"To register my Peugeot I need to know the brake horsepower. The displacement is 49 cc, but how do I convert this to horsepower??? The maximum my state will allow is 1.5, but they want a figure. Can anyone tell me how much horsepower this is???<p>Thanks"

Re: Brake horsepower of moped???

"if it does 25 or more its at least a 1.5 (but its probably a 2hp) but they don't have to know that<p><br>: To register my Peugeot I need to know the brake horsepower. The displacement is 49 cc, but how do I convert this to horsepower??? The maximum my state will allow is 1.5, but they want a figure. Can anyone tell me how much horsepower this is???<p>: Thanks<p>"

It has 1.499 HP (wink wink)

"<br>Whatever you do, make sure that you tell them a number less than 1.5 HP. It's that simple. I would personally suggest 1 or 1.25 HP.<p>"

Re: It has 1.499 HP (wink wink)

"being that the only 1 hp mopeds are velo solex type motor over tire I wouldn't suggest going that low 1.5 would be believe because most mopeds are <p>: <br>: Whatever you do, make sure that you tell them a number less than 1.5 HP. It's that simple. I would personally suggest 1 or 1.25 HP.<p>"

Re: It has 1.499 HP (wink wink)

": being that the only 1 hp mopeds are velo solex type motor over tire I wouldn't suggest going that low 1.5 would be believe because most mopeds are <p>: : <br>: : Whatever you do, make sure that you tell them a number less than 1.5 HP. It's that simple. I would personally suggest 1 or 1.25 HP.<p>Thanks for the suggestions...I decided not to go with 1.499 (even though this would be funny) because they would probably give me a hard time for trying to be humorous (you know, those people at the REGISTRY!!!)...so I went with 1.5, which they had no problem with. (This is the maximum allowed but even if it is 2 hp, what they don't know won't hurt them!) <p>One nice thing about Massachusetts is that no insurance, plates, or title is necessary. So $20 gives you two years (you just get a fender decal). It's pretty cool.<br>"

Re: It has 1.499 HP (wink wink)

": being that the only 1 hp mopeds are velo solex type motor over tire I wouldn't suggest going that low 1.5 would be believe because most mopeds are <p>: : <br>: : Whatever you do, make sure that you tell them a number less than 1.5 HP. It's that simple. I would personally suggest 1 or 1.25 HP.<p>Thanks for the suggestions...I decided not to go with 1.499 (even though this would be funny) because they would probably give me a hard time for trying to be humorous (you know, those people at the REGISTRY!!!)...so I went with 1.5, which they had no problem with. (This is the maximum allowed but even if it is 2 hp, what they don't know won't hurt them!) <p>One nice thing about Massachusetts is that no insurance, plates, or title is necessary. So $20 gives you two years (you just get a fender decal). It's pretty cool.<br>"

Re: It has 1.499 HP (wink wink)

almost as sweet as michigan.<br>2hp allowed<br>15 dollar for 3 years<br>same little sticker

Re: It has 1.499 HP (wink wink)

: almost as sweet as michigan.<br>: 2hp allowed<br>: 15 dollar for 3 years<br>: same little sticker<p>Not quite as sweet as Indiana..<br>2 hp<br>$0 for ever<br>no sticker! :)

Re: It has 1.499 HP (wink wink)

: : almost as sweet as michigan.<br>: : 2hp allowed<br>: : 15 dollar for 3 years<br>: : same little sticker<p>: Not quite as sweet as Indiana..<br>: 2 hp<br>: $0 for ever<br>: no sticker! :)<p>Kim -- does the registry still keep track of mopeds and scooters or are they just not registered? This seems strange that they wouldn't have you register a moped that drives on state roads.<p>

In Indiana - anything goes...

": : : almost as sweet as michigan.<br>: : : 2hp allowed<br>: : : 15 dollar for 3 years<br>: : : same little sticker<p>: : Not quite as sweet as Indiana..<br>: : 2 hp<br>: : $0 for ever<br>: : no sticker! :)<p>: Kim -- does the registry still keep track of mopeds and scooters or are they just not registered? This seems strange that they wouldn't have you register a moped that drives on state roads.<p>Kim's right - there are absolutely no registration, title, or tax requirements for mopeds in Indiana. The rules are - 50cc max, 35 mph max, 2 hp max. Just like a bicycle that operates on public roads - no registration is required, and no driver's license either. Indiana - ""MOPED FREE OR DIE"", is our moped motto.<p>"

Re: It has 1.499 HP (wink wink)

"<br>: Kim -- does the registry still keep track of mopeds and scooters or are they just not registered? This seems strange that they wouldn't have you register a moped that drives on state roads.<p>I didn't have to register mine, or tell any ""official"" about it. The BMV said there was nothing required, since it is a moped.<br>"

Re: In Indiana - anything goes...

": Kim's right - there are absolutely no registration, title, or tax requirements for mopeds in Indiana. The rules are - 50cc max, 35 mph max, 2 hp max. Just like a bicycle that operates on public roads - no registration is required, and no driver's license either. Indiana - ""MOPED FREE OR DIE"", is our moped motto.<p>Well, mine goes 40, but no one needs to know, I guess :) <br>Kinda makes you feel proud to live in Indiana, don't it?! Starting to bring a tear to my eye... Oh, wait.. That's not pride, that's a reaction to plow dust :)"

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