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Old 08-25-2008, 12:38 AM   #21
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I just want a stretched Ruckus with a fat tire kit. would be gangster.
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Old 08-25-2008, 12:43 AM   #22
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I just want a stretched Ruckus with a fat tire kit. would be gangster.
i knew I wasn't alone! yeah brotha! Scooters as a whole, not cool. But there are a select few that break the mold. The Honda Ruckus is one of them...
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Old 08-25-2008, 12:46 AM   #23
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You been on TotalRuckus? I went on there just looking at some of the things you can do to those. . . . I WANT! I want one all murdered out, maybe with chrome wheels or something just to be stupid.

It's gotta have a 50RR sticker on it too though.





That one Aprilia scooter is cool too though. Other than those, I can't find any I like.
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leave to Honda to make a scooter you can out like a civic...
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That would be great if your pops gets that for your family!!


Another you may want to consider, although it is in the scooter category, is the Piaggio MP3, which I think oughto be alot cheaper!

Taken from Motorcyclist Magazine's MOTY 2008:

2008 Motorcycle Of The Year
BEST NEW TECHNOLOGY
122 0809 19 zpiaggio MP3

PIAGGIO MP3
Yes, it's a scooter. A three-wheeled one at that. But Piaggio's highly innovative, double-front-wheel architecture makes the MP3 more fun than any step-through has a right to be, able to make sportbike-mounted squids bleed through the ears in a tight, downhill canyon blast.
The MP3--available in 250, 400 and 500cc flavors--leans just like a Desmosedici, giving you all the flying-above-the-road thrills of a conventional motorcycle. But its two-wheeled, independently sprung, double-disc-brake front end delivers unprecedented cornering confidence. You can brake like a madman, then slam the thing over like Ben Spies, all without untoward risk to life, limb or skin.
Great though this front end is on a scooter, we believe its true potential lies in bigger, butcher, more-mainstream motorcycles. On a tourer, sport-tourer or even urban-naked bike, this ingeniously engineered setup might just help make motorcycling safer--and more socially acceptable.

i had one at the shop for about 6 months, we used it to run around the neigborhood. they are awesome and fun as to ride
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Old 08-25-2008, 03:27 AM   #26
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I waiting for someone to put that double swing arm on both ends, that would be the she-ite
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Old 08-25-2008, 06:11 AM   #27
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Before you decide on the Spyder, you gotta check out the Carver.

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that thing looks surprisingly like a smart car that can lean...
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Old 08-25-2008, 09:22 AM   #29
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That would be great if your pops gets that for your family!!


Another you may want to consider, although it is in the scooter category, is the Piaggio MP3, which I think oughto be alot cheaper!

Taken from Motorcyclist Magazine's MOTY 2008:

2008 Motorcycle Of The Year
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122 0809 19 zpiaggio MP3

PIAGGIO MP3
Yes, it's a scooter. A three-wheeled one at that. But Piaggio's highly innovative, double-front-wheel architecture makes the MP3 more fun than any step-through has a right to be, able to make sportbike-mounted squids bleed through the ears in a tight, downhill canyon blast.
The MP3--available in 250, 400 and 500cc flavors--leans just like a Desmosedici, giving you all the flying-above-the-road thrills of a conventional motorcycle. But its two-wheeled, independently sprung, double-disc-brake front end delivers unprecedented cornering confidence. You can brake like a madman, then slam the thing over like Ben Spies, all without untoward risk to life, limb or skin.
Great though this front end is on a scooter, we believe its true potential lies in bigger, butcher, more-mainstream motorcycles. On a tourer, sport-tourer or even urban-naked bike, this ingeniously engineered setup might just help make motorcycling safer--and more socially acceptable.
get this gimp
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i wonder if the mp3 is easy to do stoppies/end-o's on...
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Old 08-25-2008, 10:32 AM   #31
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just do the Piaggio and get yer cruise on!!!!!!!!

Do It!!!!! NOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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