Peugeot 102sp needs to keep up

Happy Spring Everybody!

I have a 1980 Peugeot 102 that I got last summer w/ less than 100 miles on it. It currently tops out at a little less than 30mph. Because it's in such good shape, I would like to keep it as original as possible, however, I'm looking for suggestions as to which performance parts would be useful in producing more speed, as well as anything else that I can do with what I already have.

Any suggestions/comments/ideas would be much appreciated. Thanks for your time. Also, Louisville's branch is hosting a Rally in April that should be pretty fun. It'll be Derby Festival time, and our city is a lot of fun on a moped.

Best,

Erynn

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Wish I could just say a pipe and a SHA carb... but the pipe is a kinda hard to acquire. A local guy has had great luck with this really cheap thread in pipe from 50cc.nl and simple modification to it. Most of the pipes use a flange so they will not mount to the stock cylinder. He might chime in with some recommendations for things you can do to get the speed up a bit.

-naz

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one of the latebirds welded a scooter pipe onto the stock header.

so you could get a two piece biturbo, or get another exhaust cut and welded.

and then slap on a dellorto 14.12.

other than that, umm. thats all i got.

Peugeot 102sp needs to keep up

Port your top end, get tricky with a welder and make an exhaust fit, throw a dellorto on a home made intake. YAY fun. There is a 50cc kit floating around europe for 102s, they are crazy hard to find and I don't know if they are awesome or not, but I would imagine they would be.

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Yeah TBS Brian was riding my Super 102. I swear it's going even faster than it was before the rally. Sorry I didn't change the tires out before I loaned it. You were riding on the original stock michelin front tire from 1980.

Shaw ported the top, flipped the piston 180 degrees, bored out the intake and stalled the clutch. That pipe is rad. Looks like a techno boss with a "carbon fiber" stinger.

there's a dellorto 14.12 on there now but I wanna put a 15/15 or 16/16 SHA with a cable choke in.

I put the side covers back on and it looks rad in a stock kinda way.

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if you get the 2 piece biturbo, you will need a new downpipe cause the stock one limits it way too much to utilize the expansion chamber. also, the biturbo needs some rigging up, but its not too hard. ill do a writeup soon.

is it a U2 or U3? the U2 is much slower than the U3 and if its the 2, then you can probably improve a decent bit without tons of work.

you can drill out the intake to about a half inch if you have the U2. get a bigger carb, probably the dellorto SHA 16.16 i got the 15 and it didnt fit, so i had to dremel it out. you will need to do some decent rigging for the dellorto to fit. get new jets with the carb, especially smaller ones.

that stock exhaust is prolly your biggest limiter.

once you have the bigger intake, carb and exhaust you should get a smaller sprocket (which im trying to find) they made a 45tooth one for the U3 version. im guessing you have the 50t one for the U2.

maybe shave the head after that. thats about as much as i can think of.

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Okay, I just read this looking to upgrade my 102's exhaust, but wow! are there any pics of these warlocks or do they only exist in my dreams of riding my 102 fast as hell! I have been told to get a 103, but I love my 102, I just want her to go faster! she is all stock right now except my pedals that were broke and a new petcock that was leaking my gas out, got those fixed and now I want to flip the ride and pimp her out. are there guides on how to do what you were talking about, I can get the tools, and I can search for the parts but damn! I want her to be the best looking and fastest ride in Dago! Help with pics, advice and who or where I can order parts from????

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bump

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I have just started fitting a polini "top one" pipe, looks like it is going to fit pretty well with only the tiniest bit of pedal interference (just need to bend the pedals slightly). I have a 14.12 dell and a 16.16 dell, not sure wich one is going on yet, and a high comp. head for a 103. I will post as soon as I get things going.

Treats is getting a 50cc parmakit for the 102 in the next few weeks, Benji thinks it may be a stock replacement. Even if the parmakit is a stock replacement, it would provide a fresh cylinder to go wild with porting, I am hoping it is a performance oriented one.

Does lightening the clutch hurt top end and help acceleration?

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so what is the difference then b/t the u2 and u3? is it just carb and exhaust? please explain.

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from what I read it was the U2 was the 25mph version and the U3 was the 30mph version, how it was specified mechanically idk, but my vin plate says U3.

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get in good with nate bandit. instant 35mph.

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so crazy that this got bumped. she posted this a year ago. i was just talking to her tonight and she's thinking of selling this...

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did she make it fast?

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I think she got frustrated and decided to get rid of it. That or she really needs money, like the rest of us. Either way, I think she's finished with it. It's really pretty, baby blue and orange.

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I bumped it through a search, as I am wanting my 102 to go faster, I talked to 1977mopeds, and I am going to kit it with a 70cc and there's a polini exhaust that will fit without getting in the way of the pedal, sounds the best way, I got a good quote for around 400 for the parts and I want to take the whole thing apart and get it powder coated anyway, I'll post b-4 and after pics of her as I plan to get this done with my tax return.

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can someone post a close up picture of the motor from both sides.. I might be able to get a couple cylinders for them but they want to make sure we are getting the correct ones.

Fred

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Thanx freddie! that would help so much!

here they are...

! http://i136.photobucket.com/albums/q176/korpseharvester/ATT574963.jpg

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is that a piston port?

fred

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not sure what else you need fred? can you be more specific?

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what do you mean by piston port, I took pics of the motor, both sides and one of the front.

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I had forwarded the picture on to my overseas friend and they came back saying they had some. due to language issues sometimes I just wanted to confirm. where does the intake manifold go into the motor

Fred

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102's are piston port

this guy has a bunch of pics under custom, cant remember his handle, but i remember him asking questions about it.

i think they have some sort of crazy gurtner or something stock.

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Ya gotta love that ped. It looks like he started without any plan and just put it together as was needed as he went along

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I lol every time I see that damn thing.

nice.

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wow! okay, that's different, lol I don't want my ped to look like that but to each their own huh? that's a frankinbike! I am looking to do a 70cc kit with a polini exhaust and prob. a bigger spocket for better take off and load handleing. I have talked to a guy at 1977 mopeds and he said they have the parts, but I may need some help kitting it. I'll cross that bridge when I have the $ and order the parts.

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Whay not use a 103sp reed intake, cut into the case to utilize the case inducted reed valve then use a 103 kit. Are there any major obstacles I am overlooking? I may do something like this, if porting the stock cylinder does not offer what I expect and the 50cc kits from treats don't pan out. This would enable you to use a 70cc 103 kit though.

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the case on a 102 is tiny, i doubt you would be able to flow enough air around the crank for a case inducted setup, much less be able to find enough surface area to mount reeds.

good luck though, with 102's its all about imagination and being willing to take risks.

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