How To Make Honda Vision Mopeds Go Faster

Mechanical modifications to your Honda Vision moped’s intake and variator can speed up the process. Your engine’s airflow is restricted by the plastic intake cover. The variator system also has a speed-restricting device that blocks power transfer between your engine and the drive belt. The speed-restricting washing and plastic intake can be removed to make the Honda Vision moped run more quickly.

With a socket wrench, loosen the bolts that hold the intake case to top of the variator box.

  • Mechanical modifications to Honda Vision’s air intake or variator can speed up your Honda Vision moped.
  • With a socket wrench, loosen the bolts that hold the intake case to top of the variator box.

The single bolt connecting the intake case and the connection point under the rear wheelwell is to be removed.

Move the intake case towards the back of your scooter, until all plastic parts are clear of the edge of the rear tire’s well.

The air intake box should be removed. This will allow you to access the bolts holding the lid of the variator box.

Remove the kickstart by removing it from the variator’s outside. A bolt-and pin combo attaches the kickstart. Bolts secure the head of pin. This bolt can be loosened to allow you pull the pin or remove the kickstarter from the variator.

  • Remove the kickstarter from the exterior of the variator.
  • You can loosen this bolt to remove the kickstarter from the variator.

Take out the six bolts from the cover of the variator and remove the lid. These six bolts will hold the intake case on the moped the same as the others.

Attach the front pulley wheels using a strap wrench. Secure the strap end to the wheel by wrapping it around and securing the handle.

Take out the centre bolt on the front of the pulley wheel. There are two other mechanical components attached to the back end of the pulley. These include a spacing washer, and a coupling part that joins the kick-start pulley wheel.

Use a pair needle-nose scissors to grab the washer at the bottom of the front pulley rod.

Attach your kickstart and assemble the variator.