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Oscar
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It is very easy to delimit your Super Soco. You don't need to open your scooter or anything! You just need you gas handle and you right brake. Amazing!

 

First of all turn off your scooter and put your stand out.

After that you need to pull your gas back while holding your right brake in. Than turn on your scooter while holding the brake/gas.

Hold that for 10 seconds.

Now let loose the gas BUT hold the brake in.

Hold that for 10 seconds

Now pull the gas again. Still hold the brake.

Hold that for 10 seconds

You can let everything go and your scooter goes 68 on the teller!

 

On one forum you needed to hold both brakes but that is not necessary.

Here is video of me doing it:

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Oscar
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Posted by: Oscar

It is very easy to delimit your Super Soco. You don't need to open your scooter or anything! You just need you gas handle and you right brake. Amazing!

 

First of all turn off your scooter and put your stand out.

After that you need to pull your gas back while holding your right brake in. Than turn on your scooter while holding the brake/gas.

Hold that for 10 seconds.

Now let loose the gas BUT hold the brake in.

Hold that for 10 seconds

Now pull the gas again. Still hold the brake.

Hold that for 10 seconds

You can let everything go and your scooter goes 68 on the teller!

 

On one forum you needed to hold both brakes but that is not necessary.

Here is video of me doing it:

Here's a quick video of how to delimit your SSoco.

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krisbi
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Thank you very much.

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anton
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Hi,

Is there a possibility to set the max. speed back to 45 km/h after doing that?

Thanks in advance,

Anton

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Oscar
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You can put it in mode 2.

Super Soco TS1200R (all on speedometer)

Mode 3: 68km/h max

Mode 2: 48 km/h max

Mode 1: 37 km/h

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melkorestebanje
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But if you have to pass the ITV, you must go to 45 and if the inspector sees which exceeds 45, does not pass it.

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targaryen
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  • Yup! In netherlands Its not allowrf
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