Can you advise me on these planned performance modifications for a 150cc GY6 Honda clone scooter?

by Chris

Hello... First, my confession. I have fallen in love with a Chinese scooter. She is wrong for me, and I know it, but the heart's path is a carnivorous one.

I want to make her more reliable, efficient, as well as faster top end speed. I am thinking that I should get rid of the air cooler, and slap in an oil cooling system with temperature sensors that will allow her to properly warm up before it kicks in.

Then I want to go with a big bore kit to get up to 180cc, an efi kit to get rid of the carb, and perhaps a turbo? I know that the first step you recommended was exhaust, variators, rollers springs etc.

I am thinking I should put my efi, oil cooler, big bore kit, and turbo in first, then fool with the exhaust and variator stuff. Do you have any advice or thoughts?

Thank you! Chris

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by: Jim Zeiser

The air cooling system is the primary source of heat removal for that engine. It would be like taking the radiator out of your car and putting on an oil cooler. The fan shroud moves a lot of air. In a covered motor in a scooter it's severely important.

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