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Intercrew's Ruckus TRIKE! - Video added

Discussion in 'Auto Multi-Media' started by phunky.buddha, Jun 12, 2010.

  1. phunky.buddha

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    LOL what the hell...
     
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    these guys must be really bored... lol someone give them a car to build :D
     
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    God damn, let's see the ugly ass front end. You can always make a fairing or something to put over it.
     
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    you guys should make some adapter for the rear wheel.. so you can flip it around.. it'd have to be like 6" though

    also, you guys gonna roll w/ some Ruckus crews when these are done.. lol
     
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    So, what's the weight up to now? and, are they running the the 150 swap or what? and, how much power does it make?


    P.S. It actually looks pretty cool
     
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    yea.. seems like you'd need the extra power from the 150cc to move it w/ the extra weight
     
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    well.. that sure is interesting alright. i kinda like it. feel like a perv though as i try to guess whats behind the censored portion of the image lol
     
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    :werd: would clean up the look significantly
     
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    We demand a vid of you wheelying it.
     
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    I see a new ruckus trend on hand. Pretty soon there may be Can-am conversion kits to come. Those who are into the early building and designing aftermarket parts on these things better start copy righting. There's money to be made.
     
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    Got one. :D

    That's the idea- so pics after the cover. The welding jig is still in place, so we'd rather just hide everything for now and not give anything away. :)

    Not sure- that's quite a cantilever on the swing arm.

    Thanks, and yeah- it's running the GY6 150cc engine. No clue on power- it's not going to be too fast, at least not yet- just fun for cruising.

    :lmao:

    Still not too sure about that.

    Maybe on another one we have planned for the near future!

    Phillip actually calls it the "Ruckus-Am." :lol:
     
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    i figured thats why.. looks like you need to find a extremely negative offset wheel then.. lol
     
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    Maybe an upgrade swap in the near future? Like possibly a honda cbr 600cc swap... ;)
     
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    you need something like this on the back.. lol

    [​IMG]
     
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    Possibly- he used what was lying around the shop. Cheap is the name of the game.

    Nah, that's quite a bit of work- and then you don't really have a scooter anymore since you have to shift.

    Those look nice!
     
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    Trike runs. Had it right up to 50mph. Very stable. Proof of concept for now, so at least it moves under its own power- but we're going to build a new one from scratch that's WAY better.

    You saw it here first!

    :D

    YouTube - Honda Ruckus Trike Teaser
     
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    I need to move to Dallas
     
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    Dude that thing is so bad ass looking.
     
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