Written on: 09/04/2013
Hi everyone my nrg is really good to ride and also quite fast with a bit of money spent example race exaust polini variator up jete d carb to a 62 with updated carbon reed plates iridium spark plug and a derestricted Cdi running a molossi air filter and different rollers it does around 70 mph great fun recommend to any1… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/02/2011 by bruskid (1 review written)
Hi i got a piaggio nrg Dt power its an 06 model and i love it its a nice looking bike and fast ..It has bean De-restrictet had rollers fitted and i think a bigger carb and also a sporty exaust but it looks like standard but sounds great and is fast it goes 51 mph straight and 60 mph down hill
Good Bike i would recomand to people… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/02/2011
got mine for free off a mate as they crashed it got a bit smashed but i fixed it up very easily and its the best thing ive ever owned. get one!… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/09/2010 by sampeters (1 review written)
i own a 2009 model of the piagio nrg sports series, i have fitted a new chrome sports exhaust which is a partial (legal) de-restriction, all i need to do now is take the washer put the variator but i cant find it, if anyone has the same model as me and knows where to find the washer could you please send me a few pics to my hotmail to find it plz... its email@example.com..
Thank you and plzzzzz send me a pic :)… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/12/2008
I got my 05 Piaggio NRG DD air cooled sportseries for crimbo 08. And it is a abrilliant piece of kit. Handles great. Very easy toswing round bends and fun over all to drive.
I would recommend getting it derestricted though.
Just removing the washer from the variator makes that much difference… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/09/2008
To be honest the Piaggio NRG is probably the best scooter (50cc) ever made. One of my mates has a speedfight derestricted and does that of the line and top speed. It also does the majority of aeroxs as well apart from the ones that have had big carbs put on and air filters. If your thinking about buying a 50 buy an NRG… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/09/2008
Awesome machine. Its awsome great reliability never any problems goes fast (wen derestriced and powerpipe) generly a great comfortable bike… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/04/2008 by Piaggioboy08 (1 review written)
I love my Piaggio NRG... its a excellent 50cc bike... also very fast!! i can beat almost every 50cc around my area!... i have a Mallosi red sponge filter + doppler racing exhaust.. along with derestricted it tops 60!.. the brakes are excellent!.. ride quality is also very good... along with handling this is also very good!.. it will cruise at 50 all day... runs better on supreme unleaded (Tesco) also 100% synthetic oil!!.. all i can say is... the more you look after it the longer it will last… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/04/2008 by Budica vl (1 review written)
Till now I have had 5 Piaggio NRG, the fifth being the current scooter. Very good scooter, very tunable engine I have a full Polini evolution engine pushing 140 km/h. Very good scooter I recommend it… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/03/2008
It is a lovely smooth ride, can be derestricted and does go very very fast if wanted. Overwall a excellent bike for new riders… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/05/2007 by nrgking (1 review written)
Can any tell me where I can buy standard rollers for my Piaggio NRG 50 extreme and how much they weigh?… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/04/2007 by jessking (1 review written)
I can't find the battery for it and it need charging badly! Does anyone know where it is? Is it the red box between the foot board and under the seat? It does look to small although all the wires are running in to it… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/08/2005 by ragedub (1 review written)
I bought a Piaggio NRG 50 for £370 but it needed new brakes and new rollers, I have put a TNT hand made exhaust on it and also a K&N air filter which has made it sound very bassy. I have also bought chrome mirrors, chrome foot plates, black front and back lenses instead of orange ones.
My bike is not very fast at pulling off but top end is about 65mph can anyone tell me how to sort out my pulling off… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/09/2004 by 2 stroke (7 reviews written)
When I was looking for a second hand 50cc a mate of mine said try the Piaggio NRG 50 so I did. I found a seller with an NRG scooter it was derestricted with a sports ZX Leo Vince exhaust shifting the ped to 65mph+. It was a nice ride and everything fast fun but it just didn't do it for me I prefer the Runner 50 Its just that little bit more sporty.
But all in all the NRG is one of the best scooters you can buy… Read Full Review