FATTY RATTY...I call her CATTYWAMPUS

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FATTY RATTY...I call her CATTYWAMPUS

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Hello everyone. :D. I've had my Rattler for a few months now and never intended on doing any real modifications. I also own a honda ruckus with some mods done to it and decided I should show my rattler a little love. Here are a few pics. Let me know what u guys and gals think. A couple pics of my ruck too... Image. Image Image Image Image Image Image
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8)
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That thing looks pretty awesome. How's the 2T doing with that big tire?
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Lotrat wrote:That thing looks pretty awesome. How's the 2T doing with that big tire?
. Thanks for the compliment :D. Take off might be a little slower but I gained 1 or 2 mph with the tire being taller.
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I just got a koso kickstarter from a buddy that has a ruckus. Flipped it around and it fits perfect. I like this kickstarter because it spins as the wind hits it :D. Image. Here r a few close up pics of my other parts... crg mirror and polished factory levers. Image rrgs remote reservoir adjustable shock from honda ruckus Image killer scooter gy6 engine mount for honda ruckus. Image prima pipe/polished silencer/ 12x7 4+3 offset 110 pattern douglas wheel/225-35-twelve Image killer scooter/btx metal fab Zuma 125 footrest/pegs. Image
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Sick sick sick :clap: look tight
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new front wheel and rotor....new paint job should be done in a few days Image Image
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stock front forks? how hard was it to cut and how much. i wanna do some of these mods. or truthfully, straight up rip of the ideas. :D looks pretty sweet.
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Yes stock front forks. Real easy to pull out the springs. First time I cut them I took 7 coils off the top from each spring and still rode really well. I cut 4 more on each side to get it to sit the way it does now. Its rides pretty rough now.
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:D :D
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WOW!
I just got a Stella, but sorta wanted a Ruck...
If I had seen this, I might have went with a rattler!
Great work! Ill be watching this one!
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New paint done by A&B restoration in Temple City Ca. PPG Hot Hues Molten Bronze. Floor board covered with aluminum diamond plate. Re-wrapped the seat with diamond stitch. Wrapped a few of the plastics in carbon look vinyl. Image
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:shock: amazing. Most modified rat I've seen. Nice work.
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love the new color.
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Goot yob pronzeeeeeeeeee. I lub dee attention to detail...

Looks KILLER...lol sorry I had to....haha
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^Naw man, look tight.
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That has to be the best modded ruff I've seen. Really well done :clap:
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new folding pegs!

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Here is a picture of the folding pegs I had welded on. Image Image
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Love it! What'd you do to get the stretch? It looks great.
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BuddyJ wrote:Love it! What'd you do to get the stretch? It looks great.
. Killer Scooter gy6 mount for Honda Ruckus/ modified....
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Nice job on adding the footpegs ...Great lookin ride!
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new exhaust set-up!!!

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Fabrication done by Gearguy of Gearheinz Power Service in Duarte Ca. Thanks buddy! Image Image Image Polishing done by Lucero's Polish and Repair in So. El Monte Ca.
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How much CF wrap did you need to cover the plastics you covered?
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Post by guam_rattler »

really interested in knowing how u used the gy6 mount...how much modification was needed?
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Killer scooter gy6 mount for honda ruckus.....reversed
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Post by guam_rattler »

proonzee wrote:Killer scooter gy6 mount for honda ruckus.....reversed
thanx
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WOW, ALL. the stages looked fantastic but love the bronze color. Fabulous!
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seriously awesome :clap:
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for never "seriously intending to do any modding" you sure got some done!

great little scoot
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is this the right part?

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$500 ? ^
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^not necessarily...i was just trying to see if this is the right part or not
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yup... that should be the right part.
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thanks!!
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Love it!

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This is sweet. Very nice work!

This is the inspiration I needed for some Roughhouse mods I've been considering.
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Post by davidhutchins09 »

Hi guys, just joined this forum after a month or so of reading posts in here. Is this still pretty active?

I bought a 2016 Roughhouse R50 for $300 about a month and a half ago, and im loving it. I got it running and in perfect shape, added a Yasumi Z pipe, 90 jet, and 6g roller weights. My near future plans for the scoot is a 70cc kit, new tires, and transmission upgrades. Later, I am thinking about lowering it and possibly figuring out a stretch.
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Post by Stanza »

It is active, but you'd be better served by starting your own new post rather than tagging on to a thread that's been dead for 5 years.
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