I have ideas about perhaps finding a dead('blowed up')Chinese Beasty to drop my ch150 mill in. The hoped for result would be better suspension,brakes,and(maybe)less weight. I known someone out there must have done something like this-in the late 50s I saw a 'CYCLE MAGAZINE' article about a midget w a Triumph powered Mustang Scooter. GJ-Mn
The replies on other sites seem to nix this idea. After further thought I guess it isn't the best move. I'm getting a bit of winter 'Brain Fade'-haven't even gotten out to xcountry once due to lack of snow. They're talking 50s next week so maybe riding season will come early. I'll be looking at suspension & brake mods next. No archaic CB shocks though-they were junk when new. My 150 works great just love to tinker.GJ
I put a Chinese gy6 150cc along with the trans and rear tire that came off a beat up Taotao VIP 150 on a 2004 Yamaha Zuma 50. I went from only going like 35mph with the 50cx to lower 50s mph. All i did was unbolt the motor mount from the frame and booted it to the Zuma. I had to do a little bending and hacksawing on the Zuma's frame to get the 150s motor mount bolted on. Fairly simple. The Zuma's electric system ran the engine just fine...until I had a short in the wiring and burned the cdi up and melted the wires. I just went and bought a new gy6 CDI, wire harness and the other parts from the Taotao but I'm having trouble hooking up the Zuma's lights, starter, etc to the gy6 harness because the colors of the wires are different and I can't find the wire diagrams to show me how to match them.