Sachs MadAss 125cc

Discussion in 'Battle Scooters' started by Nurburgringer, Jul 18, 2009.

  1. Oilhed

    Oilhed MarkF Supporter

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    This looks pretty cool
  2. 73Mustang

    73Mustang Been here awhile

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    I don't see this in PP's website. I guess it's no longer available.
  3. ihatemybike

    ihatemybike Been here awhile

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    That Pitster would be cooler with at least 17" wheels.

    Seems it was a 2008 model.
  4. 73Mustang

    73Mustang Been here awhile

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    I contacted Moto Scoot about the MA 125. They said they no longer import the 125cc. But they still import the 50cc. They also said they can swap a high performance 110cc semi-auto transmittion into a 50cc bike.
  5. Culcune

    Culcune Been here awhile

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    Like I mentioned before in response to the guy who put the Madass down, I was fortunate to ride three scooters at the distributor, 2 TGB 2-strokes and the Madass, and I preferred the Madass based on the seating position. For me, the engine that comes with the Madass is just a starting point, whereas, with the TGBs, you are stuck with a 50cc and what you can build on that. I would probably attempt a 140cc crate engine into a Madass. (yes, my opinion might change a little bit once the 150cc TGB bikes start arriving, but hopefully the Madass 125 will finally arrive to make me, once again, decide on which bike I would prefer after a few hours of riding all the bikes, of course ;)

    I am a nobody, so don't take my word for it--Moto-Scoot already sells several lines of Taiwanese scooters (and just picked up the TGBs) and if the Sachs really were crap bikes, why would they (Moto-Scoot) be one of the key reasons the distributor decided to bring in the Madass in the first place? It's not like they (either the distributor or Moto-Scoot) are depending on the Sachs bike to keep them in business...
  6. 73Mustang

    73Mustang Been here awhile

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    Some people think if something doesn't live up to their high standard, then it is a junk P.O.S.

    Regardless that millions of people successfuly rely of them for transportation everday.
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  7. 73Mustang

    73Mustang Been here awhile

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    No, I meant it as tongue in cheek.
  8. fotoguzzi

    fotoguzzi Been here awhile

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    My Uly was overkill for a 20 mile commute so I picked up a MA125 ($1200/1400miles)
    what a hoot! I scramble thru and ahead of traffic, mostly 1 ways to and from downtown Mpls.. it's a total scream beating out all the cagers and has plenty of steam to rip ahead at the stop light. had an indicted 59mph too.. might get a bike speedo to check accuracy on that..

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  9. prowler1

    prowler1 Been here awhile

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    madass 012.JPG This thread looks like it's been abandoned, but what the heck.....gunna give it a shot anyway, I just bought one of these bikes. It's a 2006 with an 88cc? upgrade. It had an Ass Pipe on it that I removed and put a high pipe on instead (see pic). Anybody interested in the Ass Pipe? Would like to sell the Ass Pipe......it's just too darn loud.
  10. The Virginian

    The Virginian Long timer

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    Good luck with your new bike and post up your experiences on it as you put some miles on it. Great looking bike you have there.