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Yasuni Z Exhaust - Yamaha Aerox/ Minarelli


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  • Aluminium£169.95In Stock
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Yasuni Z exhaust system.

The Yasuni Z is a high quality, high performing exhaust aimed primarily towards 50cc standard cylinders, and 70cc sports kits out-performing all the competition at this level.
Because it has a very broad powerband compared to other exhausts in its class it makes good power over a wide range of rpm and is therefore a very easy pipe to setup.
It also makes its power at fairly low revs making it ideally suited for road mopeds or scooters where ultimate reliability is paramount!

Each Yasuni Z exhaust is handmade in Barcelona and carries full CE approval certification and is E-marked and fully legal for UK road use unless derestricted.

Choose between Aluminum, Black, Carbon or Carbon Kevlar rear silencer!

Note: The Yasuni Z exhausts is fitted with 2 restrictors, 1 in the silencer, one in the downpipe throat.

If you want this pipe derestricted you can purchase a 'derestriction' from the spare parts tab

Yasuni TUB901, TUB901B, TUB901C, TUB901CK

  • Malaguti 50cc F10,F12,F15
  • MBK Nitro 50
  • MBK Ovetto 50
  • Yamaha Aerox 50
  • Yamaha Jog R/RR
  • Yamaha Neos 50 (2-stroke)
  • Q. Does an exhaust gasket and bolts come with the exhaust and everything I need for my for my standard Aerox? Or do I need to order anything spare?
  • A.

    The exhaust comes with the bracket and fitting kit for the back, but you will need bolts and a gasket for the front if you don't already have them. You can use: Exhaust studs, nuts & gasket If you leave the exhaust restricted you can just bolt it straight on, but it usually will not run that well. If you derestrict it you will usually need to change the rollers, jetting and clutch springs to suit. 


Exploded Diagram

Want to remove the restrictors yourself? To see our guide on how to derestrict this exhaust click here.