This Is a Custom Scooter, Not A Huge Chopper
Even though this might seem a bit surprising, there is a company specialized in crafting aftermarket parts for the Honda Ruckus scooter. It looks like the Ruckus owners are really in love with their rides, otherwise there would not have been such a nifty and bountiful offer of custom parts.
And what better way for Rucksters (the maker of the aftermarket parts) than to build and exclusive Ruckus to turn heads? Teaming up with tuner BTX Industries, they went of an created a Louis Vuitton showcase machine which is unbelievably cool.
The 49cc engine went away, replaced by a brawny 150cc one, upgraded Mikuni carbs, and a Yoshimura exhaust, all sure to send this LV Ruckus darting ahead way faster than the stock version. Anodized parts and custom painting added up a precious look to the build. The complete list of changes and aftermarket parts can be found in the Honda Tuning Magazine, where BikeEXIF spotted it.
Now, for the the last detail: the ultra-chunky rear wheel was sourced form a golf cart. Not sure about turning, but the looks are killer.
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