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Discussion in 'Scooter Projects' started by italjohn, Dec 8, 2007.
I'm not a big fan of renthal bars, so I think this will be "stock" looking
Looking forward to seeing this out in the sun.
Nice build thread been reading my way through it tonight.
How hard is the rear brake conversion ?
what bits are needed ?
looks good but i think itd look good with the storm grab rail and a storm seat message me if you would like the seat though as ive got one i would sell
It's a Technigas RS I did get for £90 brand new
You need a Runner rear disk with "back plate" (Hub?)(I don't know the correct word)
And a caliper and brake pump on the steering bar of course
Is't that just like the one I got?
youve got atyph one the storm one is a bit bigger comfyer and looks better tbh
Can you please post a picture of it
I'm not sure what seat you mean
Broke my stool last night.
Got my self a new one
how did u make the tool to fit the silent block ?
I made it out of two alu plates + a treaded bolt.
Anyone know if this will fit my seat?
Would look good on the Typhoon, don't you agree
Nice project mate!
I think this would be nice as well
Installed my new Bitubo damper and new rim tape
Not so easy to make the tape round
just had a look through this project really nice, making me want to go and buy lots of stuff ahaa.. cant believe how long its been going for without you loosing interest though lol
Thanks for the comment
I know it's taken some time, but I'm in no rush as I drive my Runner 172 on a daily basic
I also using some time on my Italjet Dragster 172 PM Tuning.
You can see it here: http://www.italjetdragster.com/forum/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=126483#Post126483
yeah bikes always turn out nice when they arent rushed.. i would love to 172 to my bike ( gilera ice ) just finding it impossible to find a 125/172 engine for a decent price, also love the italjets.. my mate has a italjet 70cc its a crazy fast bike.. but the front swing arm looks like its gona give way ahaa