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Mar

10

We are temporarily closed

By Nathan

Hello all, we have a pretty big project that we are working on so we are going to be closed for a while. We still have a few things for sale in our store so check it out. We will re-open some time in August with some new products, so your pipe and intake orders will have to wait until then. This is just a quick update to fill you all in there will be a more in-depth post once things settle down over here.




Jan

29

Look at this lil Lurker

By Rafter

I started making a lot of noise around the shop and he did not even budge. Ferrel Cats are so tough.




Jan

28

Doing it right, intakes

By Rafter

Steve Boender “tax professional” and smart moped wrencher sent me a pic that I love. Two 80 kit intakes that put the proper size carb on and sitting in a good spot. Thanks man.




Jan

5

HPI, this is how you set it and forget it.

By Rafter

Nate made up this simple diagram for one speed and two speed Puchs. Check the pics and figure out your shit!

TWO SPEEDER

One speeder




Jan

2

Step Your Game up Archives

By Rafter

Nate just sent me some pics from when he was doing all the frame work on my bike. Thought some folks might like to see it.




Dec

17

Moped Iceland! on a solex

By Rafter

I gotta give these guys a high five someday.




Dec

13

If we did motos?

By Rafter




Dec

11

NEW Updates on old pages

By Rafter




Dec

11

Front Page

By Rafter

Sara of the Latebirds
Los, Angeles California




Dec

8

Rook’s AV7 Rebirth + Gilardoni

By Rafter

After super AV7 build #1 was fast as shit and lasted only a week, Rook decided it was time to ditch the whole deal and build on a new platform. Enter Gilardoni, our fave Puch kit. New motor mounts including one off engine hanger. “Enter the Ninja” pipe optimized for proper fit and swingability. Lot’s of hacking to be made awesome. It did 60mph easy on it’s first non rainy day run in the dark and cold. Before it ever left our parking lot Rook managed to blow it and soft seize it exhaust side. No big deal. Easy fix. And prior to that even, he had stuffed a big wad of paper into the exhaust port to keep shop dust and debris from getting in while shelved. When we first tried to tune it it was acting really rich and shitty. Nate discovered the paper ball lodged in the pipe stinger the next day. WOW!

Anyway, it rips now and top speed is yet to be seen due to rain. Here’s some images.