Hugo Moto Scrambler LT build

Discussion in 'Some Assembly Required' started by junior, Aug 19, 2018.

  1. junior

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    C6AB569D-FC5A-4133-9FB2-F88C46920BFE.jpeg ED9DBC2D-0D53-4354-A7B5-8A05CF666B0B.jpeg 92009B63-DFA2-44FD-9677-B4D334917285.jpeg DFFD2E83-505D-4CB9-B4B0-24924160E73C.jpeg I’m in the finishing stages of my Hugo Moto scrambler kit. Lots of questions and problem solving took place along with many adult sodas. The folks at Hugo have been a great resource but I thought having a thread here may be helpful for those in the process or thinking about it to get some help or to see some pictures of others builds.

    My donor bike was the 08 XL1200L shown above. I feel it was the perfect platform as it’s a rubber mount and fuel injected. It was super low so there was nowhere to go but up!

    This is not to debate the value of the kit, just an info share.
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  2. hondabtr

    hondabtr Public enemy Supporter

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    So share already
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  3. junior

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    Finally got the wheels. Woodys did a really nice job. Custom seat is being built as we speak All in all I’m pretty happy. Still a little tweaking needs to be done. Rides great although a little loud. 33389C96-8FD5-43BC-8B5D-9EEE28701287.jpeg C5D0A69B-F5E8-46C0-8E6C-BACE191C1936.jpeg
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  4. smolt

    smolt Pike-dodging emigree

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    Very nice. Were the wheels part of the kit or did you buy them separately? Also, what size are the wheels?
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  5. junior

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    They are 17/19. Woodys built them for Hugo. I believe they are normally drop shipped but I picked them up, they are just down the street.
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  6. madrider5150

    madrider5150 Been here awhile

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    Looks great! Please tell me how you are liking the rear shocks- I am looking at those EMC, YSS and ohlins.
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  7. junior

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    The quality and fitment seem great. I’ll keep you updated on performance.

    Complete with seat- F95519E7-7ABD-4167-9914-A2121DEEA2BF.jpeg
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  8. Texas Aggie

    Texas Aggie Been here awhile

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    Love the seat!!!

    Very nice rig........
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  9. madrider5150

    madrider5150 Been here awhile

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    Looking forward to hearing it! Seat looks great

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  10. Dino de Laurentiis

    Dino de Laurentiis Working on it

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    Yeah, by far the best “dual sportster” conversion I’ve seen. Even if this thread sounds a bit like an ad for the product, the way it was started.
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  11. junior

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    Thanks and definitely not an ad and no affiliation with Hugo. I just couldn’t find any photos or info on them so I thought I’d start something. Sorry if it came across as a sales pitch. As a matter of fact I would caution against the “bolt on” pitch as modifications are still required.
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  12. smolt

    smolt Pike-dodging emigree

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    I'd like to hear more about any tweaks you needed to make or issues you had during installation. Thx.
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  13. madrider5150

    madrider5150 Been here awhile

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    As someone who has put together a sportster adv/scrambler type thing the Hugo kit seems to be a very good value.

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  14. hondabtr

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    That is really a pretty neat looking conversion
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