Dutch Drag Scooter, second place championchip bike!

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ricksmiley
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Dutch Drag Scooter, second place championchip bike!

Postby ricksmiley » Thu Nov 15, 2012 11:43 am

hey this is my Yamaha Neos Drag scooter..

It has an 26 HP engine based on miarelli with an 70 cc Malossi Cilindre.

0-60 mh in less then 4 seconds
150 meters drag in 6.95 seconds


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what do you guys think?

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Postby Areomyst » Thu Nov 15, 2012 12:33 pm

Hey Rick, thanks for sharing! Welcome to Scooter Invasion. I hope you find the site to your liking.

That scooter is awesome! I like the nice attention to style (paint looks great!) and of course the performance as well. Do you have any pics of the inside of the engine?

I can't help buy try to identify some of the parts. It looks like possibly a C21, and a nice big carburetor. :) What water pump is that? It looks longer than the motoforce one that I use.

It's nice to see more people using data loggers. Is that the Mychron 3? Where did you have dyno sessions at? I've been searching for contact info on Tjark Heeres from Holland as I wanted to ask questions about his dyno setup (I think he uses the same software and datalogger that I do).

Thanks so much for sharing, I like it! If you have any video, I'm sure it'd be awesome to see.

Best,

~Josh
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Postby DanielO. » Thu Nov 15, 2012 1:15 pm

Welcome!.. Wow thats a cool scoot.... dosen't hurt that its a Yamaha either :D

26hp from 70cc :shock: I'm amazed.... how long have you been working on it? It looks very well sorted..

I'll bet its quite satisfying to know you have a scooter that accelerates faster than almost any factory performance car... you have to get into supercar territory to get a 0-60 time less than 4.5 seconds... Man thats QUICK! lol awesome...

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Postby ricksmiley » Thu Nov 15, 2012 5:09 pm

Areomyst wrote:Hey Rick, thanks for sharing! Welcome to Scooter Invasion. I hope you find the site to your liking.

That scooter is awesome! I like the nice attention to style (paint looks great!) and of course the performance as well. Do you have any pics of the inside of the engine?

I can't help buy try to identify some of the parts. It looks like possibly a C21, and a nice big carburetor. :) What water pump is that? It looks longer than the motoforce one that I use.

It's nice to see more people using data loggers. Is that the Mychron 3? Where did you have dyno sessions at? I've been searching for contact info on Tjark Heeres from Holland as I wanted to ask questions about his dyno setup (I think he uses the same software and datalogger that I do).

Thanks so much for sharing, I like it! If you have any video, I'm sure it'd be awesome to see.

Best,

~Josh


Heyy,, I found the site just scrolling over the internet and I never thought there was an scooter scene in america like here in europe.. especially because you can drive cars at your 16th and here we'll have to wait till 18 ( Laws are changing, now youngsters can take driving lessons from age 16,5 but have to have an adult beside them untill their 18th,, stil shitty.. )

Great reactions, what an welcome,,
My name is Rick, I am 21 and from the Netherlands in Europe.. I started with scooters at age 16 and started right away with an awesome paint.

slowly but slowly I wanted to get faster until I had an big crash with a car + trailer.. I Fully dislocated my under-leg in my knee and had 3 operations and I'm screwed for the rest of my life..

But,, Speed is in my blood so In 2011 me and my friends ( one had his own scooter company and tunes cylinders etc ) got the idea of taking part in the scooter sprint championships in our country, called the SBO Scooter Sprints.. We started building from the ground up and I took the paint for my own responsibility. we ended up with an 70 cc engine which produced over 26 HP! Great,, unfortunally I needed some experience and ended because of some disqualified battles ( because of 2 False starts in one part of the finals ) I ended the first year on the 4th place in the championships..

the next and my last year there was a guy who was amazingly fast and I just could't win from him so I ended up being the second best!

I was record holder for a short period, was the second person in history ( and first of this season ) who had a run under 7 seconds in my class..
It costs a lot, so I decided to quit... Now the scooter has a warm place in my bedroom ( yeah you are reading this right ) and I am planning to sell,, but there are no offers high enough )

My current setup is:
Cylinder: Malossi MHR Speed 7t Tuned ( Special custom piston )
Exhaust: Yasuni C21 ( customized )
Crank: Mallossi RHQ 85 mm driveshaft in SKF c4 Bearings
ignition: Twins PVL Digital
transmission: Malossi MHR overrange ( With polini Parts )
Clutch: Mallossi MHR Delta clutch
Clutch housing : Malossi MHR Bell
gear: Malossi 13-44
Gearcover: Polini Evo
membrane: Am6 Top performance tuned
Carburetor: Keihin 33 MM
No airfilter
No nitrous


My water pump at the time was an bosch water pump I stole out of an mercedes ( which crashed himself :) ) now I'm driving also with an motoforce

I have an aim mychron 3 club indeed, So I can watch my run back.

My scooter is completely tuned at TB tuning in the netherlands by Tim Dane. an formerly kind of unknown tuner, but after our team victory's, everybody knows us. the dyno we are using is an Tovami dyno.

here is a video from 2011:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=13OFgw5qj_Y


@ DanielO.

Thank you, Love the great reactions! Yamaha is the best! Can't wait to have my motorcycle! Will be an Yamaha R6 for sure

actually the 26 HP came very quick, the challenge came to keep it that high, and that cost me a lot! haha I have to thank my tuner for keeping my engine in that state... What he knows goes beyond my knowledge

and oh yeah that's really awesome,, I have took a drag with an Mitsubitsu EVO Lancer X.. guy with an ego bigger that a touringcar and talking about his 4WD and over 300 HP... Bet he was feeling pretty shitty after showing my ass to him from the moment we took of!

and if you think this is quick,, man you should come visit a race here in holland! Last year the world record was broken!

1 cylinder engine, 99 cc
Big ass Nitrous bottle
Self builded custom frame
and a driver with balls as big... wel damn!

0-60 in 2 seconds!
150 meters drag! ( standard at scooterdrag races in NL ) in 5.78 Seconds!


how cool wouldnt it be if it was possible that I could drive an race in america! ahh well,, I just keep dreaming!

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Postby scootertrog » Thu Nov 15, 2012 5:54 pm

Welcome to the forum! :D

More pics of that beast please!

scootertrog

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Postby DanielO. » Thu Nov 15, 2012 6:51 pm

Yeah man, you deserve it... wow... a 33mm carb? thats crazy, I was worried my 21mm would be too big..

I bought an R6 new in 2003 and it is easily the nicest riding bike I've been on... suspension is great, engine is even better... It's been sitting for a year now though, if you think scooters are expensive wait till you have to buy your first set of tires for the R6...

Its funny the Evo guy was bragging about his 300hp... thats what they come with from the factory over here... meaning he's done nothing to it... sure its still fast, but he bought it... and then got owned by a scooter... :lol: I actually have several mitsubishi vehicles, an awesome pickup, and 2 Starion/Conquest twins... but the evo's never thrilled me..

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Postby ricksmiley » Fri Nov 16, 2012 12:07 pm

wouw guys, great reactions! haha

but you when you ask for photo's,, you'll get some^^

( photo with the old gear cover )

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( before I get questions, Hell yeah it's a Smurf:D )

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( with my second street legal bike )

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( one of my most favorite photo!!)

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( bam, another one.. owned by a friend of mine. )

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( dropping a friend of mine off at her prom party )

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these are a few off them,, keeps you guys busy hea:D another thanks for your great reactions!



ll the photo's are shot by Vincent Verleijsdonk photografics

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Postby 2strokd » Fri Nov 16, 2012 3:57 pm

Great scooter man!! Welcome around!

Good to have more drag racers on 8)


That thing is FaSt!!! :shock:
The CVT is seriously underestimated by some!
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Postby SLOWRIDER » Fri Nov 16, 2012 4:53 pm

Amazing, great work.
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Postby mikal » Sat Nov 17, 2012 4:08 pm

You had me at Dutch! :)
Good intensions, poor results.

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Postby Enviromoto » Sun Nov 18, 2012 8:55 pm

That dyno room!

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Postby ricksmiley » Mon Nov 19, 2012 7:32 am

Thanks guys!

Bad news, I just decided to sell the scooter completely..

So if someone is interested, haha
Engine is solld seperatly..

Not much kf a chance it's getting solld or the right price, in that case it will decorate my bedroom haha

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Postby Areomyst » Tue Nov 20, 2012 11:46 am

ricksmiley wrote:Thanks guys!

Bad news, I just decided to sell the scooter completely..

So if someone is interested, haha
Engine is solld seperatly..

Not much kf a chance it's getting solld or the right price, in that case it will decorate my bedroom haha


Don't sell it!

Instead, donate it to a charitable cause... like a group of American scooter racers! :P Ship it on over. ;)

It's really an awesome bike! It sounds like you and Mr. Dane both put a real labor of love into the machine, and it's very impressive! Someday hopefully there will be more interest in scooter sprinting here in the States, but for now it's pretty small scale.

If you sell your scooter, are you still going to be active in racing or scooters at all?

Kind Regards,

~Josh
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Postby ricksmiley » Tue Nov 20, 2012 5:31 pm

haha Donating will never be an option, I love this bike ( as you say ) but there's a need for money! I am entering the world of two-wheelers which are street legal! haha

We sure putted a lot of love in it.. I've build-ed the chassis from the ground up and put a lot of work in the paint job. Tim Dane has put a lot care in building up the engine and we all know those results..

but for everything comes a time,, But like I said, No offer high enough and it will decorate my bedroom en it will show his strength at demo's and fundays..

pretty bad,, but life goes on hea

greetings

rick

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Postby Areomyst » Fri Feb 01, 2013 8:58 am

ricksmiley wrote:haha Donating will never be an option, I love this bike ( as you say ) but there's a need for money! I am entering the world of two-wheelers which are street legal! haha

We sure putted a lot of love in it.. I've build-ed the chassis from the ground up and put a lot of work in the paint job. Tim Dane has put a lot care in building up the engine and we all know those results..

but for everything comes a time,, But like I said, No offer high enough and it will decorate my bedroom en it will show his strength at demo's and fundays..

pretty bad,, but life goes on hea

greetings

rick


So did you sell it? :) I'd be curious to see what this scooter does in 1/8 mile. I wonder if you or Tim have any pics of the engine tuning?

Best,

~Josh
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