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    Default Yamaha Scorpio built into a replica Yamaha YZ SuperMoto

    I built this SuperMoto from a local motorcycle, 2006 Yamaha 225 cc.











    I already bore up to 330 cc, by using the piston of the Honda Accord Maestro. In our country called Yamaha Scorpio, a motorcycle legally. Then I took the engine and part of the chassis. I attach it to the 2004 YZ 250 chassis. And I use the cover body set 2006-2009 yz 250/450. Brakes : front caliper 4 pistons radial mount Tokico ex Suzuki Hayabusa. TK rims Japan 3:50 '/ 5:00' -17. Tires : Continental Road Attack 120/70-17 and 180/55-17. Almost all the parts I took from YZ. This is a legal motor and I ride it daily . I equip it with the headlamps, turn sign lamps , horn, brake lights, speedometer (Koso DB 2001-R) and the mirror. Some parts I make my own, such as hubs front and rear, clutch hydraulic system, muffler megabomb, radiator, air filter box, cover the air filter box, sub frame, kick stand & jack stand. Parts are not the yz is a headlamp (Kawasaki KLX 150), front fenders (KTM SM), silencers (KTM 400 LC).
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    Damn dude that thing went from cartoon to
    B A D A S S !
    Awesome job.

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    Awesome job there!

    Where are you at in the world?

    Got any You Tube video so we can hear how she sounds?
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    Quote Originally Posted by nymoto View Post
    Damn dude that thing went from cartoon to
    B A D A S S !
    Awesome job.
    Thanks, Brad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guam Motard Rider View Post
    Awesome job there!

    Where are you at in the world?

    Got any You Tube video so we can hear how she sounds?
    I was in Indonesia, Southeast Asia. Ok, next time I'll try to make a video this bike.

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    dude... that thing is not a replica that thing is awesome. you made a bike into a supermoto. a very nice one at that

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    Rudy- Great job on your build. The bike looks like it should be sitting out side the Factory Yamaha semi.
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    damn man, that thing is badass! if i send you my kids minibike, can you "convert" it to a Yamaha YZF 450 "replica"?
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    Wow great job! Have you got more pics of the build?
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    Bamf!

    The difference between the first and second pictures says it all. FUGLY to BADASS in one scroll flat!

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    Awesome Work RUDY!

    Is the radiator for the oil?.....as that 225 appears to be an air-cooled unit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by M0tarded View Post
    dude... that thing is not a replica that thing is awesome. you made a bike into a supermoto. a very nice one at that
    Quote Originally Posted by Gutzy View Post
    Rudy- Great job on your build. The bike looks like it should be sitting out side the Factory Yamaha semi.
    Quote Originally Posted by wholigan? View Post
    damn man, that thing is badass! if i send you my kids minibike, can you "convert" it to a Yamaha YZF 450 "replica"?
    Thanks, brothers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeoGeniX View Post
    Wow great job! Have you got more pics of the build?







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    Who says you can't polish a turd, that thing is SICK!! Nice work Rudy.
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    hey correct me if I am wrong but the yellow bike has a completely different aluminum frame than the steel frame where you are showing what parts you cut.

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    Sick bike. Awesome job!
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    Quote Originally Posted by spamrot View Post
    hey correct me if I am wrong but the yellow bike has a completely different aluminum frame than the steel frame where you are showing what parts you cut.
    hmmmm......that's what I saw as well.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by lewis87 View Post
    Looks awesome
    Quote Originally Posted by HPIguy View Post
    Who says you can't polish a turd, that thing is SICK!! Nice work Rudy.
    Thanks for nice comments, Friends..

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    Quote Originally Posted by spamrot View Post
    hey correct me if I am wrong but the yellow bike has a completely different aluminum frame than the steel frame where you are showing what parts you cut.
    Quote Originally Posted by FasYankee View Post
    hmmmm......that's what I saw as well.....
    Actually, chassis which I use is a 2004 YZF 250 (iron pipe) chassis. But cover body set (plastics) I use 2006-2009 model YZF 250/450 by Acerbiss, wich has an alumunium chassis. So, I try to make a 2004 chassis (iron pipe) looks like a 2006-2009 chassis (alumunium) ie how applied a fiberglass cover that I make and patch it in the left/right side.




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    Quote Originally Posted by blewwrx View Post
    Sick bike. Awesome job!
    Thanks, Bleww..

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    Wow!!!! You've done a great job. What a cool project!

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    Amazing! Well done!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tommy Kaira View Post
    Wow!!!! You've done a great job. What a cool project!
    Quote Originally Posted by OlleR View Post
    Amazing! Well done!
    Thank you, friends.
    In my country, a little hard to get parts for motocross (special engines), because this bike is not sold officially. So we must be creative to make some parts.

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    WOW!

    That's awesome Rudy! I think you have the nicest Sumo in Indonesia now. I love the color scheme and by the way, is the nomor mesin and frame # the same as listed in your stnk & bpkb??

    If they have razia sepeda motor di jalan raya, no problems with the polisi???

    Great job on the modifikasi!

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    some flames, a hammer and a good pair of hands! That's the way I like mechanics!

    Incredible job Rudy, all my admiration on this project

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1badktm530 View Post
    WOW!

    That's awesome Rudy! I think you have the nicest Sumo in Indonesia now. I love the color scheme and by the way, is the nomor mesin and frame # the same as listed in your stnk & bpkb??

    If they have razia sepeda motor di jalan raya, no problems with the polisi???

    Great job on the modifikasi!
    Yes, vehicle registration and BPKB remain genuine and legitimate. Because the Scorpio's chassis number , I attach to the YZ's chassis. And I've registered the change of colors, from blue to yellow to the police station. But, most important, in Indonesia, the police did not want to arrest a Marine Corps, they did not want to get in trouble, hahahaha ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katoche View Post
    some flames, a hammer and a good pair of hands! That's the way I like mechanics!

    Incredible job Rudy, all my admiration on this project
    Thank you, Katoche.

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    NIce!! Im waiting to see a video as well... That fiberglass frame cover is a trip..
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    Quote Originally Posted by RUDY View Post
    Yes, vehicle registration and BPKB remain genuine and legitimate. Because the Scorpio's chassis number , I attach to the YZ's chassis. And I've registered the change of colors, from blue to yellow to the police station. But, most important, in Indonesia, the police did not want to arrest a Marine Corps, they did not want to get in trouble, hahahaha ...
    Hahaha, yea that's right! I always read about what happens when the polisi arrest the military members.... BIG TROUBLE and BIG FIGHT!

    Good job Rudy! I am jealous.

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    Crazy man!!!!! nice work - i would NEVER have had the patience to see this project to the end! well done!
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    Hey Rudy, where did you find those rims and tires??

    Your bike is absolutely beautiful, talk about a one off!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1badktm530 View Post
    Hey Rudy, where did you find those rims and tires??

    Your bike is absolutely beautiful, talk about a one off!!
    I find in a store just in Jakarta. For tires, I just bought a used tire in a used parts seller in Jakarta.

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    wuihh.....
    kayak nya kenal nih motor..hehehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by RUDY View Post
    ...So, I try to make a 2004 chassis (iron pipe) looks like a 2006-2009 chassis (alumunium) ie how applied a fiberglass cover that I make and patch it in the left/right side.

    Now that's some ingenuity right there. Making due with what you've got. Congrats, I love it!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by thundermotard View Post
    wuihh.....
    kayak nya kenal nih motor..hehehe
    Quote Originally Posted by J Banning View Post
    Now that's some ingenuity right there. Making due with what you've got. Congrats, I love it!!!
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    like your custom
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    Quote Originally Posted by ohmkumi View Post
    like your custom
    Yes, the "extreeme" custom, hahahaha..
    Thanks..!!

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    woow.. om rudi emang mantab.. baru tau klo ternyata sumodiken 2 dipajang dsini.

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    That bike looked familair now I know why

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeoGeniX View Post
    That bike looked familair now I know why

    http://www.supermoto-central.com/ind...ials&Itemid=17
    You would think someone over at supermoto-central would know the difference between a YZ450F and a YZF450...the latter is a QUAD!

    Anyways Rudy, badass build my friend. I have an 06' anniversary edition myself and I think it is one of the most iconic looks one can put on a bike.

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    Rudy, I like your bike as well and respect the hard work that went into creating it. Why did you choose #19? Because of Mr. Doug Henry the racer? Or is this a coincidence?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aspire View Post
    woow.. om rudi emang mantab.. baru tau klo ternyata sumodiken 2 dipajang dsini.
    Hahaha...biar meng-global gitu,maksudnya....

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeoGeniX View Post
    That bike looked familair now I know why

    http://www.supermoto-central.com/ind...ials&Itemid=17
    Quote Originally Posted by casperkc View Post
    You would think someone over at supermoto-central would know the difference between a YZ450F and a YZF450...the latter is a QUAD!

    Anyways Rudy, badass build my friend. I have an 06' anniversary edition myself and I think it is one of the most iconic looks one can put on a bike.
    Quote Originally Posted by SLVR1 View Post
    Rudy, I like your bike as well and respect the hard work that went into creating it. Why did you choose #19? Because of Mr. Doug Henry the racer? Or is this a coincidence?
    Hahahaha...
    Okey, I'll tell you. Since first time I watch that bike, I fall in love with it. I think, that bike is so beautiful, yellow & black, and the graphic, make me can't sleep. So I hard think, how I have supermoto like it. As I often said, in my country so difficult get special engine/dirtbike that legal bike. So I decide to built it. I want at least 90% same to my dream bike. About #19, I just follow/imitate it. There is no special thing.
    Sorry, if I said that : I'm a plagiarist. Hahahaha. But it's more enough for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by casperkc View Post
    You would think someone over at supermoto-central would know the difference between a YZ450F and a YZF450...the latter is a QUAD!
    Actually the quad is a YFZ450 not YZF450.
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    whoa...Om Rudy motornya ud kelar??? mantaaap!!! that bike is sick!!!!!

    lamo indak basuo...pa kabar?

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    You have some serious inovation. Really nice work bro!
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    Hey mag big jog!!!
    Sory for my english!!!

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    WOW--Really Great Job -- thanks for showing your bike to us --

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