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 how to derestrict a 2012 yamaha zuma 50cc? 
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Post how to derestrict a 2012 yamaha zuma 50cc?
how do u derestrict a 2012 yamaha zuma 50 cc i hear its something with washer in variator there 3 washer first washer is when u take nut off thts black then a tiny little chrome one then all the way nack your have a big black oil seal washer which one do i remove????????? how do i derestrict this bad boy.

also if you could give links to a page where i can purchase a new
air filter
cvt belt (noticed speed decrease and it recomended at 6000 im at 7000)
front brake pads

i want like aftermarket high performance parts

email me if u could tht would be easier dppdaddyyo@yahoo.com

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Thu Dec 06, 2012 2:40 am
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Post Re: how to derestrict a 2012 yamaha zuma 50cc?
Not sure what washer but check out threads for C3 derestricting as it is the same as the Zuma 50f. Do you want a filter element that fits in the stock box or a new style of filter? I highly recommend the brand UNI filter. I have one of their filters that fits in the stock box on my 2008 and it works great. Breaths the same as stock but I notice it seems to collect more dirt than the stock but yet doesn't impair performance as easily when dirty. It is easier to clean too. I got it because several dirt bikers I know swear by the brand and we have fine sand here. I recommend EBC brake pads! I have used them on my 2008 since the original set wore out and they are great. They last longer, stop better and are quiet. Lastly, get an OEM Yamaha belt as many people have either had fitment issues or the belts broke with aftermarket ones.

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