Mile High Chop-Ped V2

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Mile High Chop-Ped

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Grubee Whopper Stopper Frame
Harly Sportster Tank 2.3 Gal
70cc DAX engine
Dellorto Carb
UNI Air Filter
Bullet Moped Expansion Chamber
Front Disk and Rear Band Brakes
26"x2.21 3G Slicky G Front Tire
24"x3" Big Road Hog Rear Tire
Italian seat and bars from the 70's
6 & 12 volt lighting system and 12 volt horn.
Moped levers Throttle and switches
Motorcycle Mirrors
Ebay bargain saddle bags.
70mm skateboard wheel with Radikal axle
Hot Wheels NASCAR Speedometer
 


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SchwinnAlloySeven_GT5

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Nice bike! It looks practically factory 8)

I bet it's fun, but I'd have to take your word for it. I'd feel like Jokey Smurf trying to pedal it with these legs
 

srdavo

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Man...that's pretty sweet!! Tell us about it.....Frame, tires, brakes, powerplant, etc.

nice 8)
 
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Mile High Chop-Ped

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srdavo said:
Man...that's pretty sweet!! Tell us about it.....Frame, tires, brakes, powerplant, etc.

nice 8)
Thanks Great idea! I added more info to the orignal post the covers most of it.
 
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Dockspa1

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bags

Wow, looks clean.
I was curious about your sidebag resting on your pipe. No smoke?
Doc
 
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Mile High Chop-Ped

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It doesnt actually touch it but the angle of the pic sure makes it look that way. There is about 1.5 inch gap. That far out on the pipe doesnt seem to get too hot. You can grab the outer case of the silencer any time and it won't burn. Now the chamber itself does get hot. I wouldn't want the bag too close to that.
 
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