Super Scooter Rider
Number of posts : 232
Location : France & UK
Points : 2233
Registration date : 2017-04-21
|Subject: S'wing or Not? Tue Apr 16, 2019 4:40 am|| |
April Scootering Mag had this in the small ad's.
I can't decide if it's ruined a good Lambretta or a good S'wing & for the asking price I won't be finding out.
As an engineering project hats off to the guy
Silver Wing Expert
Number of posts : 921
Age : 78
Location : BOLTON LANCASHIRE ENGLAND
Points : 5508
Registration date : 2010-06-09
|Subject: Re: S'wing or Not? Wed Apr 17, 2019 2:03 pm|| |
What a monstrosity! Neither fish nor fowl. Why would anyone buy such a stupid looking heap?.
Number of posts : 1900
Age : 76
Location : Princeton, MN
Points : 5176
Registration date : 2014-02-13
|Subject: Re: S'wing or Not? Wed Apr 17, 2019 6:12 pm|| |
- Old Limey wrote:
- What a monstrosity! Neither fish nor fowl. Why would anyone buy such a stupid looking heap?.
I agree. That's one dumb looking piece of S...
Super Scooter Rider
Number of posts : 230
Location : Norfolk, VA
Points : 1784
Registration date : 2018-07-16
|Subject: Re: S'wing or Not? Wed Apr 17, 2019 11:29 pm|| |
My wife saw the Yamaha Jog frame and panels hanging in the garage and she goes "Why dont you put the Swing motor into that frame?", not knowing it was a 50cc frame! She's seen some weird conversions from the Honda Ruckus club. I dig that Lammy with the Swing motor. If done right you know that thing is silly fast! Awhile back someone put a 400cc Burgman motor into a 50cc Yamaha bug-eye! It was so nicely done it "almost" looked factory! I just dont have the skills to do something like the Lammy or Zuma. Mine would snap in half and kill me!
Silver Wing Guru
Number of posts : 2008
Age : 57
Location : Miami, FL
Points : 7423
Registration date : 2008-12-27
|Subject: Re: S'wing or Not? Thu Apr 18, 2019 12:46 am|| |
Years ago there was a paper on putting a swing engine in a snowmobile.
The details on the upgrading of the engine (bore enlargement and turbocharging) served as a blueprint for a number of people to increase the output of the engine.