"Fire's" lazy arse zip 125 conversion for sale project.

Discussion in 'Scooter Projects' started by tErr0, Jun 18, 2009.

  1. tErr0

    tErr0 Administrator Staff Member

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    Not totally sure why i'm putting this up as it isn't much of a project but fuck it.

    Was bought like this. Had a beast of an engine that went back in it's rightful place in a typhoon and no wiring, nothing really connected up just with the panels slung on.

    It's been sitting about for ages in all sorts of bits until we finally got round to building it up again and doing it properly.

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    Didn't look like that for long!


    Don't have a pic of it as a frame but who hasn't seen a zip frame by now?! Here are a few pics after we slapped the 125 engine in and got it up and running premix styleee. Looms sort of put in place but not wired at this stage.

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    Did a fuck load of wiring today as it's running an old shape typhoon loom converted so well you wouldn't know. Still a few bits and bobs to do due to missing a switch or too but should be finished the next time we get a day to fuck about with it.

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    So so nearly there. :D
     
  2. 2stroke-power

    2stroke-power New Member

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    yer looks very neat ,better with small wheels ,thats the pefect bike for the work runs ,its got me thinks ,keep up the good work boys
     
  3. LEE

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    looking good was was the origenal engine in there the one from the nrg :good:
     
  4. safekyle

    safekyle New Member

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    Gotta be the best 125 conversion zip ive seen :cool:
     
  5. crezzy

    crezzy New Member

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    Not a big fans of zips but this one appeals to me i like it :grin: :mrgreen:
     
  6. nrgandy

    nrgandy New Member

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    finaly you posted it u lazy fuker and yeah looks good how a conversion is ment to look
     
  7. FirE

    FirE New Member

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    i aint lazy :lol: :confused:cratch:
     
  8. nrgandy

    nrgandy New Member

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    Re: "Fire's" lazy arse zip 125 project.

    ment terro's lazy he showed me pics of it a while ago
     
  9. gregzzz

    gregzzz New Member

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    what u planning for her ;)
     
  10. FirE

    FirE New Member

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    no i meant the topic tittle

    its for sale thats the plan man
     
  11. typh-gilly-172

    typh-gilly-172 New Member

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    thats lees old zip init i might buy that 59 off him and get it all sorted but yer u tidyed it up nice and it looks spanking now
     
  12. monty9120

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    Re: "Fire's" lazy arse zip 125 project.

    its for sale? how much
     
  13. Mehmet

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    that looks fucking smart

    noice one
     
  14. MiNoR cOnFuSiOn

    MiNoR cOnFuSiOn Administrator Staff Member

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    did ALL the wiring yesterday..... moved headlight/changed clock wiring sand moved indi's. wired fuel and oil sender aswell as joining the rear light section up.. best bit is all the original zip fttings are intact, it looks like it was made for thejob/all unplugs the same as a 50 zip loom, almost untracabl conversion (if there ever was on) ant this one myself now..... back to ebay in search of a zip
     
  15. billy_sr

    billy_sr New Member

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    how much im intrested :D
     
  16. bertie

    bertie Active Member

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    I love it! Makes me want to have a go at converting my zip.

    Are those NRG front forks you got there?
     
  17. MiNoR cOnFuSiOn

    MiNoR cOnFuSiOn Administrator Staff Member

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    there zip forks... nice an stock. stock wheels (both of em) the only way to do a zip conversion... so its still a ZIP once its converted.....not an nrg (ie using big wheels)

    steering lock works.. everything works.. its like piaggio made it :blush:
     
  18. billy_sr

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    see PM terro ;)
     
  19. FirE

    FirE New Member

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    il put a price when its ready for the for sale section
     
  20. jimmytyph

    jimmytyph New Member

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    are you using the standard zip 50 engine mount?
     

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