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Old 06-17-2006, 06:59 AM   #226
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Nice looking scoot. I bet your going to riding it as much as your son Scoots are soooo addictive. We are going to need a ride report soon !

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Old 06-17-2006, 07:10 AM   #227
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Talking Here's mine....



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Old 06-19-2006, 11:09 AM   #228
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nice scoots! That Super9 looks like a mini crotch rocket..
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Old 07-03-2006, 03:38 PM   #229
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Does this Count as an "Adventure" Scoot?

Slightly modified Elite 80.Name:  shark_scooter.jpg
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15' long and jumped it off "The Ramp of Death" at Burning Man.
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Old 07-03-2006, 09:39 PM   #230
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Sounds like an adventure... a short one, but an adventure, none the less.
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Old 07-06-2006, 04:31 PM   #231
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MsOBSC hates it when I post pictures of her....





Please don't tell her.





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Old 07-06-2006, 05:12 PM   #232
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She looks very animated.
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Old 07-15-2006, 08:27 PM   #233
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Here is my ride - Pimped out with a Pelican and Slip Streamer:

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Old 07-17-2006, 06:14 PM   #234
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Here is my ride - Pimped out with a Pelican and Slip Streamer:


that's one hot looking scooter ! Good job
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Old 07-23-2006, 09:15 AM   #235
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'03 Scarabeo - '81 passport - '82 passport

This is my wife's Scarabeo



I found some EbaY add ons, like the saddlebag.



Just bought this pair, good runners, but could use some parts and tuning.



1981's use a 6 volt system, and this one suffers from gas starvation if ran at top speed for a length of time, I plan on getting a new carb for it. It has about 3,000 miles.



1982's use a 12 volt system and were partially redesigned overall. The first half of shifter operation releases clutch before shifting, making smoother shifts than the crashbox on the '81's. This one is missing the front rack, and has about 1500 miles.



This one surges at constant speed, though will not die like the '81 does. I will eventually clean the carb on this one.



They are too much fun, and remind me so much of the '65 super cub that my dad taught me how to ride on.

Zed.

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Old 07-29-2006, 01:16 AM   #236
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some modded shifties











Vespa PX 200 owned by Marco Kress, near Frankfurt

- 210er Malossi completely modified, Polini Piston bolt.

- New Enginge Case, material added by welding and milled to the maximum.

- MBD reed inlet port with RD reed block, maximum modified.

- Custom built Metal connector piece

- Carburetor Mikuni TMX 32

- Mikuni fuel pump

- open RAM AIR filter element

- Liquid cooled DEVIL INSIDE cylinder head, modified by worb5

- compression ratio 14:1

- JL-Performance exhaust - stainless -

- light flywheel

- short 4th gear

- 23 teeth Cosa clutch, reinforced, rivets welded, with ring

- Other:
Complete restauration in 99/00, new frame (turn signals shaved), Handlebar turn signals, tunneled rear lighs, digital speedometer, rpm gage, fuel gage with LED, temperature gage for coolant, radiator under the left cowl with air intake, custom leather Monoseat, Bitubo suspension, fully hydraulic front disc brake, Drop-Bars, front end spoiler "GPZ 500", etc...









stats on this one:

Lambretta Sprint Racer - worb5:

- Cylinder: Simonini Ultra Light Flyer

- Piston: currently Mahle blank custom manufactured to 82 mm

- 70 mm stroke / 82 mm bore = 370 ccm

- self designed crankshaft with 125 mm KTM Mazzuchelli crankshaft

- TMX 38 mm Mikuni Power Jet carburetor

- Custom built radiator

- Moto Tassinari Membrane

- Ram Air Filter

- Mikuni fuel pump

- self designed and built "One-Off" exhaust

- circa 43,1 hp at the rear wheel at 7400 rpm

- Hydraulic 9 disc clutch

- Powder coated aluminum tubular frame

- 5 Liter Tank in the frame

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Old 07-29-2006, 08:42 PM   #237
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My parents scoots

(i need my own)

Left= 1985 honda elite 125 w/ a million KM (not really sure, but its a lot)
Right = 1987 yamaha riva 125 w/ 1800 KM


Sorry for the crap-tackular pic
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Old 08-05-2006, 06:29 AM   #238
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Eh? Tomos Sprint

Here's a scoot (well, sort of) I used to ride 3 years ago.



The specs (sit down first ):

2stroke 49cc with about 2,4hp @ 5200rpms, 2 speed, 35mph, 20" wheels


I got a bicycle that costs more then this thing but..
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Old 08-05-2006, 06:39 AM   #239
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This was delivered today. Bought it for my son who was 16 last weekend.

Aprilia Mojito.......




Does it come with a pestle for crushing the limes?
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Old 08-05-2006, 06:42 AM   #240
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Here's Stella...





And her older sister Bella...

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