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Testing the air suspension on the Neos

In this video I’m testing the air suspension setup. Not sure quite what the final format of it will be – there’s still a fair bit of experimenting at this point.

Full build thread to date HERE

 

Yamaha NEOS 2002 stretched / “fatty” build – part 4 – The stretch

 

This is part 4 of my catchup videos showing progress on my fatty/stretched yamaha Neos project.

In this video I’m building the stretch frame which should give the scooter that stance I like so much.

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Yamaha NEOS 2002 stretched / “fatty” build – part 3 – Fitting the mini-classic rim

This is part 3 of my catchup videos showing progress on my fatty/stretched yamaha Neos project.

In this video I’m going through the process of mounting the rim from an Austin Mini Classic with a scooter tyre stretched onto it, to the yamaha driveline.

I ended up trying two different approaches, I’ve left the mistakes in since perhaps it might help you or someone else figure out how to (or not to) do something similar.

The bike is a 2002 Yamaha Neos, 2 stroke, 50cc Minarelli engine in a stretched, “fatty” style. It’s a regular yamaha scooter with much of the plastics removed, 7×12″ rear rim from a mini-classic, it’s stretched by 18″ and lowered, on air-ride.

This bike is actually coming together now so I thought I’d post a bit of a catchup sequence. It’s ended up being several parts though covering the main challenges I’ve had with it so far.

Thanks for watching, next part to follow shortly, please LIKE and SUBSCRIBE to see more 🙂

Full build thread to date HERE

Yamaha NEOS 2002 stretched / “fatty” build – part 2 – Fuel sender modification

This is a quick catchup clip for my yamaha neos 2002 stretched “fatty” build. It’s a regular yamaha
scooter with much of the plastics removed, 7×12″ rear rim from a mini-classic, it’s stretched 18″ and
lowered, on air-ride.

This bike is actually coming together now so I thought I’d post a bit of a catchup sequence. It’s ended
up being several parts though.

This is the second part. By this point I’ve done most of the wiring, this clip deals with modifying the
fuel sender to work with the aftermarket tacho/gauge…which ended up being quite fiddly, but worthwhile
if you want the fuel gauge to work properly.

Thanks for watching, next part to follow shortly, please LIKE and SUBSCRIBE to see more 🙂

Full build thread to date: https://www.scootershack.co.uk/threads/yamaha-neos-50cc-build.37580

 

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