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 Post subject: Sylthod's Slipstream - Zoomer 50cc GET Fatty
PostPosted: Thu Mar 26, 2015 1:21 pm 
My Zoomer build will be overall black since I can not afford a good paintjob off the bat. I have gone away from the purple/black. I am going more black/chrome/polish/gun metal now.

My inspiration:
http://i18.photobucket.com/albums/b148/ ... jxg9qu.jpg
http://i1154.photobucket.com/albums/p52 ... a041b3.jpg
http://s1154.photobucket.com/user/litew ... 2.jpg.html
http://www.scooterwerks.se/wp-content/u ... 0x1546.jpg

Mods done
Lower seat frame
Polini variator
JDM dress up kit
Read break adjuster
Rear shock
Composimo Stretch Kit
Extended break wire
Extended trottle wire
Extended gas line
Mojo R6 tail light
Mojo Sidestand
Framecaps from 30 North Customs (Chrystian)
Daytona frame brace
KCP Coolbox (coolant tank)
KCP rad cap
PW JDM Carbon gas tank cover
Zoomania Carbon frame cover
JSB bars with Trailtech speedo
Kijima blinkers for the battery box
Flasher for LED blinkers and R6 tail light
Doppler sports filter and K&N filters for the two smaller intakes
Mojo lisence plate relocater
LED lisence plate light
Bar end mirrors
Side winder hot lap type 1 exhaust
RRGS low down front forks,
Adelin break levers and caliper/disc
MachinedMachines 12*8 rear and 12*4 front wheel with honeycomb design
Lower headlight bracket from Jst4Shw
Hoodrich designs Full Frame Extended Gas Tank Cover

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 Post subject: Re: Sylthods Hazemaker
PostPosted: Thu Mar 26, 2015 1:21 pm 
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Just picked up my first Zoomer. Got it from a guy that had been storing it in his garage the last 3-4 years. The only thing modded is a nice quick connect for battery charging. Rest is stock.
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 Post subject: Re: Sylthod's Hazemaker
PostPosted: Thu Mar 26, 2015 1:58 pm 
first, if you're gonna stick with the 50 cc GET, change the engine, under your avatar to get.

I've looked at your inspirational photo's.
doe you want a fatty rear wheel or stay skinny.

that will affect your choice of extension.

contact scooterwerks in Denmark. they know their shit and have acces to out of Europe suppliers.

how much would you like to extend your bike?
what exhaust? all ruckus exhausts won't work because of the lambda sensor in euro zoomers (you do have a zoomer, right?)
you need to weld on a bung or get a lambda eliminator.

in other words, read some more here. (uk section got loads of info about the efi zoomers)

build your bike in your head first, read up on those parts and then start ordering parts.
loads of ruckus things work on zoomers, some need some fab work, others are no good.

good luck, ask all the questions you have, but better, search, read and enjoy, than ask the single remaining question you might have.

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 Post subject: Re: Sylthod's Hazemaker
PostPosted: Fri Mar 27, 2015 12:58 am 
dpmpt1 wrote:
first, if you're gonna stick with the 50 cc GET, change the engine, under your avatar to get.

I've looked at your inspirational photo's.
doe you want a fatty rear wheel or stay skinny.

that will affect your choice of extension.

contact scooterwerks in Denmark. they know their shit and have acces to out of Europe suppliers.

how much would you like to extend your bike?
what exhaust? all ruckus exhausts won't work because of the lambda sensor in euro zoomers (you do have a zoomer, right?)
you need to weld on a bung or get a lambda eliminator.

in other words, read some more here. (uk section got loads of info about the efi zoomers)

build your bike in your head first, read up on those parts and then start ordering parts.
loads of ruckus things work on zoomers, some need some fab work, others are no good.

good luck, ask all the questions you have, but better, search, read and enjoy, than ask the single remaining question you might have.

have fun here, I know I do....


Get fixed.thank you.

I think fat is cool, but I guess going for a fat will increase the cost of the build (new tire and rim i guess?). In comparrison, what would you estimate the cost difference between modding for a fatty or a skinny when you just have to think about the parts absolutely necessary?

I have contacted scooterwerks in sweden, maybe thats the ones you thought of. I really consider paying him for advice instead of me wasting tons of hours and order the wrong parts.

I first thought of 6,5 inch stretch, but from what I can see on many of the rucks I like it seems like they are going for a longer strech for the coolness factor.

Exhaust i have no idea, I want something that can withstand a bit of rainy weather at least.

Thanks for all advice, I will continue read of course. and now I understand the importance that there is a real difference with Zoomer and RUckus, first I thought it was only the name. Are there a online manual for the zoomer or can i stick with the ruckus manual i have linked in main post?

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 Post subject: Re: Sylthod's Hazemaker
PostPosted: Tue Apr 07, 2015 5:34 am 
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 Post subject: Re: Sylthod's Hazemaker
PostPosted: Tue Apr 07, 2015 1:27 pm 
sylthod wrote:
Ok. Need some advice. Sadly Norway has so many rules/law about custominzing 2 wheelers it just really depressing. If I as much as change the seat frame im obliged to contact sentral road authorizies. And since my zoomer is newer than 2003 and the parts im changing is from secondhand manufactoreres the chances of having anything approved is slim and none.

But I will not give up. Like Arnold says, you have to break some rules, but not break the law.

I will mod my zoomer, but I need to be cautious.

So when it comes to exhaust. Does anyone know about a GET exhaust that is plug and play has the same noise level as the stock? And looks abit cooler than the stock of course:)


Flytta till Sverige ;) (Translation: Move to Sweden)

Nice research! Danne at Scandinavian Scooter Werks is an awesome guy and a great resource.

I got a Leo Vince exhaust, looks better and sounds decent, don't have much to compare with. I'm slowly adding stuff to my Zoomer, and I think I've come up with a color scheme as well..

As I've understood it, an extension means extending the cables as well..

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 Post subject: Re: Sylthod's Hazemaker
PostPosted: Tue Apr 07, 2015 2:34 pm 
Polini or leovince are plug and play
Both come with a bung for the lambda probe.
From what I've heard, the header of the leovince is to wide to get the max power out of the zoomer.
The polini us an Italian piece if rusting junk.

Stock should work best.

I just happen to have an old leovince exhaust laying around. No exhaust gasket (puch maxi should work) and with a tube clamp to attach the muffler to the header.

It came with the zoomer when I bought it.

Never had any time to fix it / mount it.

How much would shipping cost to...... :meh:

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 Post subject: Re: Sylthod's Hazemaker
PostPosted: Wed Apr 08, 2015 3:58 am 
Thank you for all replies.

I have some scratches on the the bike on these two covers. Does anyone know what the names on those are? I guess they are replaceable?
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Also looking for input on these questions from my main post:

1. What is the best extension for a 50cc motor for my 2008 bike? Im going for a skinny look.

2: Do I need to order some other accesories/equipment when Im extending? Like breakwires? Suspension?

4. Since shipping and tax/custom in Norway is expensive I am looking for a experienced forum user located perferably on the east coast US. Maybe we can partner up on ordering parts? Also interessted in forum users that lives nearby dealers that basicly can drive to the dealer and get the parts like a retailshop to cut shipping cost.

5. Also looking for everything that is purple. Accesories and stuff. Purple anodied aluminium is also cool.

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 Post subject: Re: Sylthod's Hazemaker
PostPosted: Wed Apr 08, 2015 5:34 am 
Red Circle: Airbox -LOTS of used/discarded ones out there. Shipping will be your biggest cost due to size.
Yellow: CVT Cover. A little more expensive, but used ones are out there fairly available. Shipping will be a pain due to weight.

Stretch: I would recommend the PW:JDM 6.5 as it comes in anodized purple, it's the most affordable mount on the market, you don't have to buy new cables as long as you lower your handlebars, and I enjoyed mine. I gave it up to go to a fatty mount. If you're worried about looking aftermarket, any longer stretch will be VERY obvious. I think it's a great balance.

I agree with staying with the stock muffler. It's reliable & does the job very effectively. I don't think another muffler comes close to the noise dampening, so be prepared for a LOT louder bike if you swap for an aftermarket muffler.

Purple washers (also called a "dress up kit" are a great way to add purple to your bike. You can find them at any of the online ruckus sites as well as eBay.

Have you contacted SSW? I think they would be a GREAT resource for you.

oh, and a little forum tag help:

Put those URL links within [URL] tags to have them link to the place. You can do it like this to have the text linkable:
(I'm using the "Code" tag so you can see what it looks like when I'm editing)
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4. Same as above but underlined: Scandinavian Scooter Werks


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 Post subject: Re: Sylthod's Hazemaker
PostPosted: Wed Apr 15, 2015 12:36 pm 
Thanks Bloodangl. I can always count on you!

Got my 120 mm angeleyes in the mail today, and a visor for my 3/4 helm :)

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 Post subject: Re: Sylthod's Hazemaker
PostPosted: Wed Apr 15, 2015 2:40 pm 
sylthod wrote:
Thanks Bloodangl. I can always count on you!

Got my 120 mm angeleyes in the mail today, and a visor for my 3/4 helm :)

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Should have taken a selfie with the visor donned on the helmet :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: Sylthod's Hazemaker
PostPosted: Fri May 15, 2015 11:41 am 
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 Post subject: Re: Sylthod's Hazemaker
PostPosted: Thu May 21, 2015 5:07 am 
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 Post subject: Re: Sylthod's Hazemaker
PostPosted: Sun May 31, 2015 10:58 pm 
13: The VIN number maybe?
17 It should be stamped on the plastics, like e1. Check 1958 Agreement under "Type approval"

Either way, congratulations to the list :D

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 Post subject: Re: Sylthod's Hazemaker
PostPosted: Wed Jun 24, 2015 2:59 pm 
So I got a package from Webike to day :)
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It was raining and i spent over an hour looking for a package of dress up washers to install with the new seat frame, and when I finally found them they didnt fit. Spent some time research the different bolts/washers needed and found a nice guide. added to mainpost.

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The installation was no problem, only thing I feel the seat doesnt go all the way down on the side where the helmet lock is. It seems like the measurements is a bit of so the handle that locks the seat in place wont go reach to the place where it is suppose to "click" in place. Anyone experienced same?

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