Derestricting The Cagiva Mito 125

Due to the power of the Cagiva Mito 125, they usually come with the majority of that power restricted in order to make them legal for a learner motorcyclist to ride.

Therefore one of the first things riders like to do after passing their test is to free up all that extra power, which with a little knowledge shouldn't be all that difficult to do.

De-restricting the Cagiva Mito can be done at most specialist garages, or with a little preparation and the right tools can be done at home. The process requires the derestriction of the following parts:

  • Removing the air flow restrictions to the carburettor
  • Removing the plenum chamber from the exhaust expansion chamber
  • Reconfiguring carburettor jetting settings

It's important to note that all three of these things need to be worked on at the same time - simply completing 1 or 2 of the de-restrictions on your Cagiva Mito motorbike will likely cause damage quite quickly due to the imbalance in power of the engine. You can find more information and instructions on the processes required here.

Cagiva Mito Tuning

There are numerous simple to add tuning options to the Cagiva Mito, from bigger carbs to exhausts. There are also plenty of specialist 2-stroke engine tuners out there willing to do the work for you, porting and polishing the necessary parts to get the full performance from your 125cc motorbike.

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