BYS aerox (ROSSI ROX)

Discussion in 'Scooter Projects' started by Boost ya scoot, Sep 2, 2007.

  1. Goodship1002

    Goodship1002 New Member

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    Wow, this thread had been like a see saw!

    As i've said before, what the BYS lads do is awesome.. i called them months back about some parts for my vespa, and they were really good, told me what i could get, and the prices were all very reasonable.

    I havent been on this forum long, but i learnt in a small amount of time, that the lads on here are either very technical, or they're learning very quick, so theyre all interested in every little detail... So you cant blame them, or me for asking loads of random questions...

    Keep the projects coming BYS - you'll only grow in popularity.
     
  2. Jamie

    Jamie Active Member

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    WAAAHAAAAAYY!!!

    lookin forward to seeing the runner mate!! :D :D :up:
     
  3. overthespeedo

    overthespeedo New Member

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    hi good bike, a aerox costs about 2500 brand new up here and that is just standard, looks the shit ,

    is there a lot of profit n the custom scooter business ? , its because im thinking about takin it up as a hobbie


    Looking Forward to seeing the runner
     
  4. Nitro-Rhys

    Nitro-Rhys Active Member

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    2500 all i can sayy is your getting owned! :msn1: :w00t:
     
  5. Nitro-Rhys

    Nitro-Rhys Active Member

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  6. ryan evo rox

    ryan evo rox New Member

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    allryt very nice scoot m8 was this the one you was onabout when u was talkin to me and my m8 in kfc if u remember us
     
  7. p166y123

    p166y123 New Member

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    oh ya pukka chicken super!!!
     
  8. MonsterEnergyy

    MonsterEnergyy New Member

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    WOW :O Thats amazing
    Great job lads!
     
  9. DoutonRossiRACE

    DoutonRossiRACE New Member

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    great little scooter u gto there
     
  10. alessandro

    alessandro New Member

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    plz, tell me the paint code for that fluores green.
     
  11. Canning1337

    Canning1337 Scooter Tuner

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    Probably the nicest Yamaha Aerox I have ever seen! Great job boys!
     
  12. FLENG2008

    FLENG2008 Member

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    wow that shit is some different level shit....
     
  13. Chubz

    Chubz Well-Known Member

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    bike looks sick as fuck...

    but can you sort me a crank and gear up ? polini if poss, ill sort yaz a drink ;)

    jks that
     
  14. 70ccAerox

    70ccAerox Member

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    unreal best aerox project i seen on here so far love the see threw carb cover :D
     
  15. TGB-Tuning

    TGB-Tuning Gladiator 125cc

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    Jesus this has to be the best moped i ever seen! EPIC Looking Scooter 5*'s !
     
  16. DARK ANGEL

    DARK ANGEL New Member

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    CAN SOMEONE PLEASE HELP ME?I WANT TO MAKE SOME CUTS IN MY PANELS,JUST LIKE THAT GUY BYS BROTHER DID ON THE FIRST PAGE.WHAT CAN I USE TO CUT THOSE AEROX LETTERS LIKE HE DID??? I DON'T KNOW WHAT TO USE TO CUT THEM IN THAT PLASTIC PANNEL TO MAKE THEM LOOK GOOD,LIKE THOSE IN THE PICTURES ABOVE.PLEASE SO MUCH?COULD YOU GUYS HELP ME?I AM NEW HERE AND DON'T KNOW MUCH ABOUTH SCOOTERS...SORRY FOR ANY GRAMMAR MISTAKES,ENGLISH IN NOT MY NATIVE LANGUAGE.CHEERS FROM ROMANIA!WISH YOU ALL THE GOOD!;)
     

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  17. TGB-Tuning

    TGB-Tuning Gladiator 125cc

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    A mixture of a drill, saw and files. Could use a dremel too but it's easy to over cut.
    Mark out the basic outline and then remove the majority of material with a dremmel or simmlar...could use a pad saw with hacksaw blade in it..use a drill for a pilot hole to get the blade started. Finish edges by using fine metal files and eventually fine sand paper to remove the edges. Sharp scalpels are good for getting into the tight corners.
    If you need to cut down mudguards etc and need a straight line to finish, a block plane used for wood is ideal, and a spoke shave great for cleaning up curves
     
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  18. DARK ANGEL

    DARK ANGEL New Member

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    tnx so much for your help!I appreciate it!
     
  19. 4strokelover

    4strokelover Active Member

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    (www.boostyascoot.co.uk)
    for more details again please ring or email the shop[/quote]


    sorry but this website dont seem to work lol
     
  20. Jordan727

    Jordan727 Member

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    Must say, the scoot looked pretty tidy as standard. But looks sweet as f**k modded.

    Makes me wanna buy another scoot and make some alterations.... ;)
     

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