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We used chewing gum baseball cards for that purpose when I was growing up ;-)
but seriously, you could probably hook up some noise maker to your exhaust, a spinny thing that whirs and makes trurbo-ee kinds of noises but unless you plan ion installing a super bike motor and exhaust system, there's only so much one can do.
Problem is your scooter is more than likely a 2 stroke and operating at a higher frequency than the superbike you would like it to be. There isn't any easy way to lower the frequency so you stuck with what you have.
is your scooter a 2 stroke? fit an expansion chamber, it will also make it get up an go.
No motor, no power - no sound, pretty simple.
Modifying the exhaust to be louder is usually illegal in most counrties.
If you want a superbike you might want to consider buying one.
By the way: having a scooter sound like a superbike will not amaze anyone, only annoy everyone.
+1, Don't do this. No one will think it's cool, no one will think it's funny. It's is annoying, stinks of desperation, and is probably illegal.
+2. Not to be rude, but to me that would just be irritating.
Probably need an arduino and a 500w amp with speakers, I don't see how else you can make a 150cc single cylinder sound like a 1000cc 4 cylinder.
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