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Genuine Piaggio CDI/ Coil



CDI/ Coil unit for Piaggio/ Gilera/ Vespa 50cc 2-stroke scooters.

This is the genuine Piaggio part, this CDI is unrestricted and will allow the engine rev over 10,000rpm.
The original connector block will plug straight into it and is therefore a straight forward plug and play swap with your old one.

Fits all Piaggio/ Gilera 50cc 2-stroke engines produced 2000-2018 (except fuel injection and Euro4 scooters)

This CDI is completely unrestricted.

Piaggio 58095R

  • all Piaggio/Gilera 50cc 2-stroke mopeds (air cooled)
  • all Piaggio/Gilera 50cc 2 stroke mopeds (liquid cooled)
  • Aprilia SR Motard 50cc
  • Aprilia SR50R '03 onwards (Piaggio engine)
  • Derbi GP1 (01-05)
  • Gilera DNA 50cc
  • Gilera Ice
  • Gilera Runner 50cc
  • Gilera Stalker
  • Piaggio Fly 2-stroke
  • Piaggio Liberty 2-stroke
  • Piaggio NRG MC3
  • Piaggio NRG Power
  • Piaggio Typhoon 50cc
  • Piaggio Zip 50cc 2-stroke
  • Piaggio Zip SP
  • Vespa 50cc 2-stroke
  • Vespa LX50 (2-stroke)
  • Q. Hi, how much extra speed will this typically give an ET2 50 please?
  • A.

    a standard Piaggio does not rev over 10,000rpm so removing any 10,000rpm restriction would not make any difference if your moped is standard as the revs do not normally go this high anyway.

    The only way a derestricted cdi on these bikes (Piaggio 2-stroke) makes a difference is where the bike is tuned or modified (e.g. higher revving sports pipe, cylinder kit etc.) to the point where it needs to rev higher than standard but is unable to get past 10,000rpm because of the limiter.

  • Q. what is the method of connecting this to a new HT lead, If I buy this and a "ht with plug cap" do I require any additional parts to connect the two? Thank you
  • A.

    Hi, no- the socket on the CDI has a small screw sticking out and the new HT lead simply screws into this.


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