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Old 09-25-2012, 03:43 AM   #16
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I have been a Ruckus Rider for years, own a heavily modded 2007 Ruck and a 2006 Big Ruckus.

Not sure what to make of the Zoomer-X though? so much plastic and hard edges, much different than the rucks we know? maybe they will change the styling for the USA market?

I also wonder if it will even make it to the US. I wont replace the 49cc, Hodna sells out every year on the 49cc model due to it being legal without a motorcycle license and tags in most states, this bike at 110cc will require, license, tags and insurance. Making it less a seller to the masses?

I would liek to see a modd to bring back the dual headlights.. come on it does not look anyting like a Ruck!
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Old 09-25-2012, 06:27 PM   #17
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I would liek to see a modd to bring back the dual headlights.. come on it does not look anyting like a Ruck!
I agree. Love the dual lamps.
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Old 09-26-2012, 02:43 PM   #18
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I think the current 50cc Ruckus gets modded so much because that's what these people are into. Like the mini truck scene, or the ricer car scene. The last thing they want to ride is a stock scooter. Modding is their hobby. They try to outdo each other to see who can build the most far out scooter, and the 50cc Ruckus is a perfect starting point for that. I have seen some of these things on Youtube that the builder had over $10,000 into. It's a rolling piece of art. Of course, there really aren't any actual Ruckus parts on a scooter like that, it could be built entirely from aftermarket parts with a Chinese GY6 drive train.
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