My New helmetschooterworks frame for the Whizzer Motor

Discussion in 'Whizzer Motorized Bicycles' started by StillDream'n, Sep 2, 2009.

  1. StillDream'n

    StillDream'n Guest

    Hi Guys,
    Here is a photo, of my new frame from helmetscooterworks@cox.net:tt1:
    They did a Great job as you can see. I have just started to put it togeather.
    If you own a Whizzer and have always wanted a Old time board track racer
    this is the way to go. USA all the way!! Built like a Tank:helmet: It has a Quenton, Motor with a Bill Green side cover! Having Fun!!
    More Later!,
    Joe Pierson
     

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  2. frenchlayer

    frenchlayer Member

  3. TREEWK

    TREEWK Member

    Awsum, Farout, Ron
     
  4. RdKryton

    RdKryton Active Member

    That is sweet Joe. Please keep the pictures coming. The frame is gorgeous and you can't go wrong with Quenton and Bill for the engine parts.

    Jim
     
  5. azbill

    azbill Active Member

    I have seen kramer's black one in person :)....
    the red is sweet !!!:cool2:
     
  6. dv8cam

    dv8cam Guest

    How much for that frame & motor?
     
  7. StillDream'n

    StillDream'n Guest

    Hi dv8cam,
    You will have to contact those companys and have them quote you a price.
    Joe
     
  8. StillDream'n

    StillDream'n Guest

    helmetschooterworks frame for the Whizzer Motor

    Hi Guys,
    Here is another photo, it is coming along. Still waiting for some parts:(
    Joe
     

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  9. graucho

    graucho Active Member

    Bee-you-Tee_Full ! What a nicely done piece of machinery. :sunny:
     
  10. Golddustpeak

    Golddustpeak New Member

    Looking good!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  11. StillDream'n

    StillDream'n Guest

    Hi Guys,
    Thanks Guys, graucho, your Chopper build is really cool, nice work!! :)
    Joe
     
  12. StillDream'n

    StillDream'n Guest

    My Whizzer powered Indian

    Hi Guys,
    Got some more done, Decals on, pin striping, and clear coated! Getting there!
    Joe
     

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  13. TREEWK

    TREEWK Member

    Man, I Hope You Are Going To Take That Outside!! Ron
     
  14. Nice...

    Wow Joe - that's about the nicest looking bike that I've seen here. Great attention to detail. I bet that Indian Motorcycles would love to put that into their production models.
     
  15. StillDream'n

    StillDream'n Guest

    Hi Zomby Builder,
    Thank you very much :) I get that from building Scale R/C Airplanes. It will be really cool to ride when I get every thing together the way I want it.. And yes Ron, I will not run the motor in the House :(
    Thanks guys,
    Joe
     
  16. shawnshank

    shawnshank Member

    I love the look of it. Sweet build so far. Is that a different motor than what they (Helmut) are selling on their production bikes? If so, what kind is it and what kind of top speed will you be looking at when your finished?


     
    Last edited: Oct 13, 2009
  17. StillDream'n

    StillDream'n Guest

    Hi Shawnshank,
    Thank you, I am getting there. It is a Whizzer motor, Built by Quenton. Top speed should be in the 45 to 50 MPH range :) enough to scare you !!!!!
    Joe
     
  18. Snake Bite

    Snake Bite Member

    Joe's Indian Helmutt Whizz Banger

    Hey Joe Thumbs Up..
     

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  19. shawnshank

    shawnshank Member

    I contacted them (helmut) about purchasing one and if I remember correctly...soup to nuts it's a little over 3k. If you don't mind me asking does that sound about right to you or did you just purchase the frame from them and put in your own engine or do you work for helmut cycles?
    What kind of time do you have invested in it so far?
    A nice video of you riding it when your finished would be really cool.

     
  20. StillDream'n

    StillDream'n Guest

    My Whizzer powered Indian

    Hi shawnshank,
    Do you work for helmut cycles? No I do not. I purchased the frame from him, power coated, wired :) Then put in my own motor and finders, wheels, and the rest. And Yes that price sounds good. He is a good guy:cool2: and will help you get yours on the road, just the way you want it to be.:helmet:
    Here is where I am at right now on mine:tt1:
    Joe
     

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