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 Post subject: Robo's Ride:: Yosh USA pg16!!! Tenth Anniversary This Year!
PostPosted: Tue Aug 23, 2005 1:25 pm 
Here's how it looked for the last ride. The SF Classic.
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Fall of 2005
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...First ruck in Scoot!Mag. Fall '06
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...With BARC in Moto Champ . Some month in '06.
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Tub Girl is lookin' mighty fine!! :mrgreen:


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Nice. Unusual, but nice. I like the background you chose to park in front of, very cute. Hows the ride?


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blueshound17 wrote:
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dude i'm a real big fan of the way your ruck looks. a lot of people just start doing things to their ruck that doesn't necessarily "look good." you can tell that you think about each step thoroughly. that's the way i do it. i think of it as like phases, doing a chunk of mods at a time. what i like isn't necessarily the MOST modded stuff, but the most trick and tastefull. it's like a woman. there's gotta be some kind of humility involved. am i making any sence? once again, props!


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 30, 2005 2:03 pm 
Thanks Pom, I know what your saying. I try to keep a uniformity between styles. Being a design student, an excercise in stylizing is fun. The mods just have to make sense, and it's hard for me to be in an inbetween stage, though I have hardly done much to this bike. The bike appearance mod is the removal of the stock airbox. Abe gave me the daytona filter at the "runnin' up the devil ride." I wanted to stay on the lighter side of the appearance, which made me think of the cushman, and it's impact on the early scooter market, which was more or less stumbled upon. And since the bike has the japanese junkyard language, I thought I should stick to keeping a balance between the dirty, sporty seating position vs the classic, about-to-get-dirty, look of the seat.


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Robo, I wasn't trying to offend by saying it's unusual. I dig it. It just strikes me as an odd array of mods. If it were mine I'd like it. In the spectrum of things, you're a lot farther along than I am in the process. Keep up the good work!


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 30, 2005 3:21 pm 
Oh, I liked the comment. I hear all time, "that's a wacky little scooter," then I fart-off down the street. That intake is throaty. I think Abe's got them in stock.

Thank you all for the compliments.


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robo i'm going to bite your rim paint job but with a light orange, (your bike is pimp)


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 30, 2005 11:14 pm 
tyger15 wrote:
but with a light orange


Try to get a color-matched "RUCKUS" sticker instead of the stock color. It'll set it off. Are you thinking of an orange like on the speedo?


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 31, 2005 7:30 am 
This is the scooter my moderately stock ruck routinely leaves in the dust. :D

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 16, 2005 1:47 pm 
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Here's my scooter that whips Spoon's ass. Like the time when I beat you up Mt Dialblo! :twisted: Did your bike run out of poop on that hill where I passsed you?

The pipe give top end for days. 42-43mph on the flat, while needing a valve adjustment.


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 16, 2005 2:17 pm 
You dirty mother fu#@$r! :pissed:

Is this the homemade extension you were gonna do and did you make me one too!!! :charge:


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I needed this one to dimension, it's from Abe. The CNC'd parts are in the works. :wink:


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 16, 2005 3:12 pm 
Very cool pix. I like the background for the first one, and that you are in the 'no parking' zone for the second one!! :lol:

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