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 Post subject: n3dstyle fatty Kymco 125
PostPosted: Sat Mar 11, 2017 1:24 pm 
Hello! :army:

Its n3dstyle from finland again with Kymcos.

I have had 7 Kymcos and this is only one 125 size. I wanted to make 50cc Kymco to fatty stretch, but plans changed and it's time to go big.
Last project i writed here was fatty orange 50 Kymco. I sold it last year, and now i think i do all well from beginning to end to that 125 Kymco.
Plans are to make it ofcourse fatty with stretch. Thats most important thing, couse i like stance style.
So i decided to order 12x7,5 fatty to rear and 12x5 to front end. Its awesome to drive then, i think its good to make crash cages becouse of front tire. :ucrazy:
I make bench lower and frame and front end too so it will look best. I'll need to do fiberglass fairings then. I have plans.

This is what it looked like when i bought it from shop:

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First i made 2 inch stretch, changed black fairings, made projector headlight with led strip and painted rims orange:

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Now its dissembled to frame to next big mods:

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Stretch and engine moving work in progress:

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And there is rear 12x7,5" and front 12x5" steelrims!!!

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 Post subject: Re: n3dstyle fatty Kymco 125
PostPosted: Thu Mar 16, 2017 8:30 am 
Cutted seat frames out. No need rear seat, becouse my girlfriend dont like static stance.
Front seat frame i weld more back and lower.

Here is my engine frame stretch.

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Rear hub made by local man.

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Needs heat to fit center part in it.

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