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Still have 2 kids at home, we scooter together as a family, pretty fun times.

The Z50 is the one I used to teach all my kids how to ride on.

It came from Moberly Missouri over 25 years ago, went to Arizona with us, have a few extra engines, plan to build one up someday, but those new LIFANS are so inexpensive NEW_LIFAN COMPLETE ENGINES , may just toss one of those in, who knows......

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Looks like another one of those damn scooter gangs!

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whats in the back corner?

Two wheelin for the feelin.
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Probably a 919, just couldn't keep up with the speed of the scooters....Notice the boot print in the side of the mini-bike tank.


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Probably a 919, just couldn't keep up with the speed of the scooters....Notice the boot print in the side of the mini-bike tank.



Don't know how you saw that but it's funny. Guess Barton met him on his new viffer and felt threatened.

It's not a niner, It's got spokes.

Two wheelin for the feelin.
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Looks like another one of those damn scooter gangs!
If the scooters were not belt drive, and the GL500 shaft, I guess you could call it a "chain gang" - all I know is we are getting over a thousand smiles per gallon!

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Probably a 919, just couldn't keep up with the speed of the scooters....Notice the boot print in the side of the mini-bike tank.

No boot print, just a reflection.

I think, better check........

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Very cool collection, you look like a scooter dealer

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nice collection, but scooters just aren't for me

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who runs the rukus? any mods to that thing yet? you can get those ones up around 50 with the right mods. not that you would want to go that fast on one.

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OK, time for some more pictures.







I'm thinking about going back to the quiet stock exhaust....

This jet was finally restored and put back in place -



Hey, found a old one, back when it was Silver!



Oh yeah, and the fishtails where "vertical", or, as my wife called them, ghey.....

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All of them at that point in time -



The kids on the parkway -



And at the Guzzi dealership -



And at King Hill lookout -



And a Met/Ruckus piston


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Here I was at a transition point -



The 944, had this one for over a decade.....



Hey, here is one of that jet in the old paint -



At the worlds largest goose in Sumner Mo


And south a bit at the worlds largest pecan


VLX (VT600) I built for my son -



With Peters CB400F

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Hey, back at that pecan again....



Dales old 919



Ah ha - the 919 at the jet before it was removed or painted, this is a oldie



And yours truly on THE Honda 50 I'd really like to have -



It was, uh, not very quick or fast, but fun - oh yeah!

Here is a cop as he prepares to hand me a ticket, no bull, this one became a classic -



TRX450R Piston after I prepped it -


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VTX1800N I built and rode for a summer -





Here is another piston I did -



Vintage drag bike, long gone...



My CB750 Chopper everyone loved to hate, at another point in its evolution



Back in the H9R days...



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If you've not ridden a 600cc scooter, you need too -



Somewhere, sometime....



Our old track bike -


I think this is the first one I painted with that "secret" paint -



Off on a Wing, yes, I was heading into the weather....



OK, gotta run....

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Man, I'm overwhelmed. If only you could find that 2nd grade class picture to post up too!

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Man, I'm overwhelmed. If only you could find that 2nd grade class picture to post up too!


Anyway -

From the eighties -



My first real powerhouse, that one was.

Down at the river in Atchinson



I was lucky, got to ride with a $60K chopper -



It was too fun passing him in the corners!

This guy caught a decent fish -



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Yeah, I admit it, I went and looked at "The Fury"....


Not photoshopped -



Hey, back when I was running the clubmans too! Anyway.....

From the backyard, first time every in our yard -


sub 7 sec (in the 8th) Sporty


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But wait, there's more!

I do like the GS1100 though.

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That KZ is stunning!

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But wait, there's more!

I do like the GS1100 though.
I did too, went riding with Jack, Jose and Bud one night and wrecked it up pretty good, never was the same again, sold it.......

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That KZ is stunning!
Local guy built in, nice machine, he is constantly tweeking it.

I watched the engine build - welded crank, undercut tranny gears, big bore, the other normal goodies.


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Very cool pics! Post up more of the 944 and tell me how you like it...........I've always liked the look of them, but heard not so good reports from most people.

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Nice pics. I think my 919 is going blue... I like your chronicals via pics - especially from the '80s.

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nice bikes nice pictures...that king an queen seats crack me up

dont need a bike to ride the fast lane
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Hey, back at that pecan again....

I just may have some competition for you Steve...
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dont be afriad of those "cheap Chinese" lifan motors... Bought a z50 replica from china when i was 13 (7 almost 8 yrs ago) Put 3500mi on the original lifan 50cc motor, took it out cus i wanted more power, put a lifan 110cc 4speed manual ran it for 5.2k miles untill me being dumb threw a chain cus it was loose at WOT 1st gear pinned doing doughnuts.... cracked the case of the motor (any motor woulda cracked a case with that many rpms stopped so quick from a chain bunching up) Put the original 50cc motor back in it and its gotten another 1.2k miles on it since. Add it all up you almost have 10k miles on the same chassis, bearings everything :-)

Check out hooperimports.com ... GREAT prices on these lil motors.... im very tempted to pick up the 140cc motor, n pop it in. Watch out tho... with my 110cc, that i ported n polished, tuned up had a head breather, advanced the timing a lil... aka i was makin about as much power as i could out of the motor without going to another cam, the lil z50 would go a good 50mph and you could EASILY pull the front wheel up 4th gear doin 40mph, it was kinda suicidal haha.

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Cool pics thanks for sharing, would have never thought about scooters for them family that's neat!

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Very cool pics! Post up more of the 944 and tell me how you like it...........I've always liked the look of them, but heard not so good reports from most people.
The 944 is one of the best handling cars in the world, that is a fact.

Still is, and it also delivers decent fuel mileage and is pretty comfortable at the same time.

I bought mine for $3500.00 and over the past decade +, I've put over $20,000.00 into it, and a lot A LOT of my own labor, blood, sweat and tears.

I might be able to sell it for $3500.00 today, if I was lucky.

You either have to be very mechanical or have a lot of money to keep them maintained, and a poorly maintained one is best avoided. Even then, parts are far from cheap and if the car is allowed to sit, things go wrong.

They are good cars, do not get me wrong, and there are several varients.

The 83-85.5 early versions are the lightest, and the crudest as well. Very early examples, such as mine, did not have power steering.

In 86, a upgraded version was introduced, better climate control system, modern dash - and a Turbo option that, to this day, is one bad mo-fo.

The 924S is basically a 944 engine in the 924 body - the 924 used an Audi engine, the 944 a true Porsche engine.

The 944S used a 16 valve engine, it's a runner.

The 968 was the final evolution in the line.

The engine is in the front, transaxle in the back - perfect wieght distribution. One of the latest Corvettes uses that set up, it works.

Rennlist Discussion Forums is one excellent forum, and the car has enough of a cult following that you may be able to find a local club as well.

944online.com Your Place For Porsche 944 Parts. is another great resource, giving saving grace to Florida.

Here are some addition pictures of my83944 -





















Other than some body work and a paint job, I did all the other work myself, from the new carpet to the clutch (not easy).

Timing belts are critical, that is what most people screw up on, you'll see more than a few 944's with bent valves, cheap.

Oh - there is/was a company in Las Vegas with really nice conversion kits for the 944, for those wanting an aluminum V8 under that hood -

Renegade Hybrids

Someday......

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You'll leave me for dead on the straights.

When it comes to the corners, well, CYA!

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Cool pics thanks for sharing, would have never thought about scooters for them family that's neat!
The scooters have been a blessing. We live in a nice, "slow" midwestern town and we (the whole family) have been riding on the street for a long, long time - I think my youngest was 10 when he was going on 30-40 miles street rides with us.

The police aroudn here do not care, because they are smart - seeing a family out having fun and doing good things together, why mess with them?

We follow all (most) laws and stayed off main roads, and the kids know a lot about be very courteous riders and always to look out for the other guy, it's been good.

Once, way way back, I was riding with my son and an officer did stop us. He asked how old my son was, and then he looked at me and said "You make sure he wears a helmet" and I soad "YES SIR!"

We went home, he put on a helmet and we waved as we passed him later than day.

He waved back.

Scooters are fun in a lot of ways, my wife rides hers to work whenever she can, its not only economical -

It's fun.

Thanks you

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dont be afriad of those "cheap Chinese" lifan motors... Bought a z50 replica from china when i was 13 (7 almost 8 yrs ago) Put 3500mi on the original lifan 50cc motor, took it out cus i wanted more power, put a lifan 110cc 4speed manual ran it for 5.2k miles untill me being dumb threw a chain cus it was loose at WOT 1st gear pinned doing doughnuts.... cracked the case of the motor (any motor woulda cracked a case with that many rpms stopped so quick from a chain bunching up) Put the original 50cc motor back in it and its gotten another 1.2k miles on it since. Add it all up you almost have 10k miles on the same chassis, bearings everything :-)

Check out hooperimports.com ... GREAT prices on these lil motors.... im very tempted to pick up the 140cc motor, n pop it in. Watch out tho... with my 110cc, that i ported n polished, tuned up had a head breather, advanced the timing a lil... aka i was makin about as much power as i could out of the motor without going to another cam, the lil z50 would go a good 50mph and you could EASILY pull the front wheel up 4th gear doin 40mph, it was kinda suicidal haha.
Oh, I've seen a few good ones, but to be honest, I've seen more crap from China than good -

You nailed it with one word though - LIFAN

Generally, the Lifan engines are good - what is a problem is there are so many nearly identical true POS engines coming over, that if it does not day Lifan, avoid it.

DrATV OPERATES HERE is a good resource around these parts of the woods.

Me, I'm sticking with the Honda varients, but I may try the inexpensive stroker crank and big bore kit sometime.

Good stuff man, ride on!

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When it comes to the corners, well, CYA!
But i didn't tell you about the oil slick and smoke screen mods...

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Ah, you installed a Harley engine in it!

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Nice rides, still got all the scoots and 944? Or strictly Blackbirdin it?

So how did you get the ban honor on your last SN if you don't mind me asking?

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Nice rides, still got all the scoots and 944? Or strictly Blackbirdin it?

So how did you get the ban honor on your last SN if you don't mind me asking?
Still have a few scooters, sold the 944 a couple weeks ago, the Blackbird and a 1989 FJ1200 are my main rides, and - wait, static, what was that?

Hello?

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