Walk around, engine start and closeup of Motoped. Added a Trail Tech Vapor computer and replaced a few part's since the build video. Now use a Mikuni VM26-606 carburetor with Uni Foam Filter and swapped the Stator/CDI/Coil.
The full playlist of all my Motoped videos is here -
Modified CRF Monster Energy
Was bored one day and decided to do a quick little video of my fully
customized 'o6 Honda crf50 bored out to 108cc's. Most of the parts are
listed below. To everyone asking about the bike, I have sold it. I'm out
of the dirt bike scene from my last bike being a CRF450R but will always
keeping riding, just more into cars and don't have time to ride as much
anymore. It was a fun little bike but out of the 3 years I owned it, I
hardly put many hours on it. In total, it sat between 1-2 years on
different periods of time and decided to get rid of it since I never had
time to ride nor did I want it to sit. I bought it from a guy in PA, who
did all the work himself. Roughly 3k was invested in the bike not ontop of
what the bike was worth itself.
Black One Industries Plastics With Black Honda Sprayed Seatcover.
One Industries Monster Energy Graphics. (Front Fender, Rear Fender, Gas
Tank Shrouds w/White Number Plates)
CNC inverted front forks and triple clamps w/ disc brake and wave rotor.
All aluminum perimeter style frame with Fastace rear shock with pigge back.
'12 front tire and '10 rear tire with disc brake and wave rotor.
Works connection front suspension and quick adjust clutch perch.
909 Clutch Lever.
IMS foot pegs.
Aluminum Gas cap.
Trail bikes 108cc stroker bore kit, stroker crank, high compression piston
racing head with larger valves and springs port and polished racing cam.
Trail bikes high volume oil pump.
Trail bikes manual clutch kit.
Takegawa billet oil cooler kit.
22mm mikuni carb with 22mm ported intake and spacer.
Takegawa coil with cdi inginiton system.
Sano engine dress up kits.
Sano skid plate.
BBR style D section Exhaust.
Renthal ultra lite sprockets front and back.
& Much more.
Go-Ped Riot 46 Gas Pit Bike Scooter
The Go-Ped Riot 46 picks up where the Go-Ped Riot 29 leaves off. The Riot
46 sports an upgrade to the power plant and tires. You'll get a 4.5 HP
GP460RS gas powered engine pushing this bad boy to a top speed of 30 mph.
4" x 11" Carlisle "Badlands" knobby pneumatic tires are standard. The Riot
46 meets the demand from pit bike riders for a high powered, premium
quality, super compact, lightweight, low cost off-road bike. Using the
patented Trail Ripper adjustable suspension system in the front and rear,
it offers riders great off-road capabilities with 6" of travel on each end.
The GoPed Riot 46 weighs in at only 48 lbs. It's designed for maximum fun
in a hassle free package that can be carried just about anywhere. The
gel-filled seat is adjustable to fit your needs, and also detaches for easy
* Video footage used with permission from GoPed / Patmont Motor Werks.
For more information, click the link at the top of the page.
Piranha 140cc Motoped Speed Run
Checking the top speed of the 140cc Piranha motor mounted in my Motoped DX.
Other than trimming off the ends it is unedited. Speed measured using the
All Sport GPS app on an iPhone 4s.
Motoped website -
and sales -
Links are posted for information, I am not part of any of the companies - I
cannot help you buy one or give sales advise, contact the people at the
MC Le Tre Isole ACCELERAZIONE MOTO 4° PARTE - 04 09 2011
4° TROFEO ACCELERAZIONE COMUNE DI PORTO TOLLE ORGANIZZATO DAL MOTOCLUB "LE
TRE ISOLE" 3/4 SETTEMBRE 2011,VALIDO PER IL CAMPIONATO TRIVENETO E PER IL
QUARTA PARTE PROVE MOTO E SCOOTERS DOMENICA 4 SETTEMBRE 2011