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Old 07-06-2012, 06:48 PM
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Default drz engined scooter????

I was thinking about a new project and I remember a few years back someone shoehorned a drz400 motor into scooter frame . Now for the life of me I cant recall which forum it was where I saw it.
Was it someone here???
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thats the work of Shaun Barley, fattspeed

hes on other forums, I got it bookmarked somewhere, Im currently scratch building a cagiva mito engined lambretta look scooter, so seen him on the scooterotica and possibly the series six forum??
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Old 07-06-2012, 06:58 PM
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Cheers Tony will see if I can search him out.
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if you want mental then theres KX500 and RG500 engined scoots on the scooterotica forum, and thats all under the panels, not monstrous ugly hanging out jobs

Im building the frame myself, and putting the mito engine onto the swingarm so its similar construction to the lambretta, my method will allow proper suspension travel, and constant chain tension, as opposed to the silly tiny swingarms they all run

light, revvy and cheap 33bhp from 125cc 2 stroke, with electric start

couple of links

this ones quiet, but theres info on there
http://www.hostingphpbb.com/forum/in...orum=seriessix

this ones very active, mostly conventional scoots, but ideal for sourcing parts etc, there are bike engined ones on there, and they very helpful
http://scooterotica.org/forum/index.php
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i often wondered whether one of the tiny revvy jap 4 pot 250's would go in a scooter, i had a 250 katana and the engine was tiny, certainly only as wide as my dr 750 single across the crankcases.
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Old 08-06-2012, 01:36 PM
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Default dzr lambretta

There was a dzr engined lambretta on e-bay a little while ago.
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Are you sure its the work of Shaun Barley ?...me thinks its Barnsley Shaun...A.K.A ..."Fatty" on this forum

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Cheers Tony that was a great read

Thought I'd post a reply on it and 'bump' it up again!
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