I finally got everything mounted up. I need to decide what exhaust to put on this bad boy. When life doesn’t seem to be going your way, jut work on a moped.
I’ve been riding this stock honda hobbit for a few years. It’s been a blast, but It’s time for a change. In the bottom picture you can see that I cut off the motor mount and placed it on a General 5 star frame that I picked up from Aaron Fogg in Memphis. Other upgrades include:
Fully rebuilt engine, auto retarding CDI, Dr 70cc kit, Moped Factory variator weights, 18” front wheel, hydraulic forks and aftermarket shocks. This is going to be a fun riding season. Time to break out the old MIG welder.
Hey. Bobby now has comics online. I think the colored title cards look pretty snazzy. I’m only slightly biased. Photoshop doesn’t have to be all fancy image enhancement. Check out my Bobby’s page and be sure to read the disclaimer. His comics are not for the easily offended.Source: bobshamcomics.com
I have been teaching myself how to use AutoDesk Inventor. The program is just like autocad, but my brain doesn’t want to crack like an egg when I use it. The first part I designed is pretty basic. It was a basic exercise in using the extrusions, chamfers, embossing and work planes. Of course I had to make a part for my moped. Why not? Now it’s time for the 3D printer.
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