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Here are some pics of my scoot at Western Washington University in Bellingham Wa.
I love it here! all though im dreading the snow and ice.

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looking good Will.Hows the bike?

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looking good Will.Hows the bike?

the crank is... well... battered. But it still runs! I jimmy rigged it so the claw washer has something to grab onto. Ill take some pics soon and show you what i mean.
Runs like a Beezy when it gets up to speed though.

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hey man, where did you get that headlight setup, i been lookin for one of those. who makes them?


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yamrhamr125 wrote:
hey man, where did you get that headlight setup, i been lookin for one of those. who makes them?


That kit is a fairing piece from spmotostore. It's not a plug'n'play, requires some filling and stuff to get it to fit right and not leak light.

I'm actually considering getting one of em, but not sure I could sacrifice the light output.

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so basically its a homemade retrofit job. thanks bro! maybe i'll just have to buy one and start fittin'.


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bakaracer wrote:
looking good Will.Hows the bike?

the crank is... well... battered. But it still runs! I jimmy rigged it so the claw washer has something to grab onto. Ill take some pics soon and show you what i mean.
Runs like a Beezy when it gets up to speed though.



how is the light out put on that headlamp kit? and can you snap a photo of the back side of the unit so i can see how it mounts?

also what are the pros can cons you notice.

I just want to know theses answers from someone who actualy owns one and not someone who just reads threads on a forum.

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Post Re: Starscream at College
specalk wrote:
Zumaforwillmanks wrote:
bakaracer wrote:
looking good Will.Hows the bike?

the crank is... well... battered. But it still runs! I jimmy rigged it so the claw washer has something to grab onto. Ill take some pics soon and show you what i mean.
Runs like a Beezy when it gets up to speed though.



how is the light out put on that headlamp kit? and can you snap a photo of the back side of the unit so i can see how it mounts?

also what are the pros can cons you notice.

I just want to know theses answers from someone who actualy owns one and not someone who just reads threads on a forum.



well if you look around there is a review of this product on the web site
by some one who bought one put it on and took it off being they ride at night a lot

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So that's what blue rim tape looks like on a blue scooter! Hmmm, you're giving me ideas!

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Post Re: Starscream at College
Zumaforwillmanks wrote:
Here are some pics of my scoot at Western Washington University in Bellingham Wa.
I love it here! all though im dreading the snow and ice.

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