Can you fit a restrictor kit yourself?
Can I fit the restrictor kit myself? We always recommend that the kit is fitted by a competent mechanic. The kit must be correctly fitted as per our instructions, and is only suitable for the one model type as detailed on the certificate.
Can you restrict a Suzuki Bandit 600?
The Suzuki GSF600 Bandit is a 600cc A2-friendly standard bike. It has a power output of 57.4 kW (78 bhp), which exceeds the 35 kW (47 bhp) limit needed for an A2 licence. The bike has to be restricted to be A2 licence compliant. You will need a restrictor to ride the Suzuki GSF600 Bandit on an A2 motorbike licence.
Can you restrict any bike to A2?
Engines with restricted power You can restrict the engine power of a motorcycle so that it fits within subcategory A2 (20 to 35kW). You cannot restrict it below half its original power. This means that if the unrestricted power of the motorcycle is 60kW, you cannot restrict it any lower than 30kW.
How does a restrictor kit work?
They simply limit the airflow hence restricting the power. Limit the air and fuel flow together, not just the airflow. They are sometimes used in conjuction with a throttle stop restrictor, which restricts how much throttle can be applied.
Can you put a restrictor on a motorcycle?
The answer is Motorcycle throttle Restrictor. This device can restrict your bike’s power up to a limited amount so you can legally ride your 600cc motorcycle using an A2 license. When you turn 20 and acquire an ‘A’ license then you can just take it out of the bike and enjoy full power.
How does a bike restrictor work?
The most common type are just metal washers that sit in the rubber inlets between the carbs and the engine. They simply limit the airflow hence restricting the power. Limit the air and fuel flow together, not just the airflow.
What is a restrictor kit?
WHAT’S A RESTRICTOR KIT??? It’s a kit of bits that restrict the power output of the bike to the legal maximum of 35Kw… There are 3 ways of doing this depending on the model of the bike. Changing the ECU. Fitting Inlet and/or Throttle Restrictor. Fitting Inlet and/or Carburettor Restrictor.
How do A2 restrictors work?
A2 licence restrictions The A2 licence allows you to ride a bike that makes more than 47bhp if it is restricted. Any motorcycle more powerful than 94bhp in standard manufacturers trim cannot be restricted down. The power to weight ratio must be no more than 0.2kW after restriction.