General 5Star frame shaved.
update 3.15.2013 : now polini kitted
Update: Added Rear wheel hydro brakes and Pull Start
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I want to build a bike just like this, I think this is the nicest moped build I've ever seen and I have some questions!
Bike looks awesome! Where did you get your handle bars from?
Added a pull start to this minarelli. The starter clutch plates fail easily and are getting harder to get, so I adapted a pull start for it. Works awesome.
I have since mounted a hydro disc brake to the rear on this build. The 5 inch drums just don't cut it. The hydro brake mount is welded to the spacer on the axle so it slides with the wheel as the chain is tightened.
Did you have a rear brake on this bike? if so where to you mount it?
Marlon von Loessl:
What a nice moped. It looks great. I have a few questions about this building. can you write me an email, so i can ask you some questions. it would be so nice
Bike looked perfect in original form :/
emmanual, you make some crazy awesome stuff! thanks
Dave is my dad and fortunately I get to ride this to classes everyday. Perfect build for a college town. Tons of fun! thanks dad
Nice ! love the color too
Email on the way Pawel
Thanks for the nice comments Charlie!
I think it was you that suggested the BRAT name. :-) couldn't resist your suggestion. DS
This is beautiful, sir. I have a few questions for you about this build regarding the powdercoating, shaving, and hardwiring procedures. Can you please shoot me an email so I can ask you a few questions? It would be an awesome help, as I am new to the whole moped thing. email: email@example.com
This bike is so sick. I'm glad to see the name changed! ;)
Dave, this bike turned out great! Well done!
Some build notes:
frame, wheels & spokes powdercoated
tank and forks painted
(lite pinstriping coming later)
hardwired w/ leds
Cylinder =stock - port matched
all cables, wires, and fuel line are raced thru the frame for extra clean look
custom built seat
custom fork brace
17 x 2.75 Heidenau tires front / rear
11x 38 sprockets (3.45 ratio)
Oh yea, Thanks to the folks (Dan and Jed) at 1977 for help and many of the parts on this build
Standard maguro controls with some foamy grips. nice and soft. :-)
Thanks for the compliments!
What controls are those? Sick ped.
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