just checked the other thread and its a home built designed cabin scooter. cant post the link but its on l ocostbuilders trike section. titled. trike roll over steer. definately not eco exo. it was interesting to me because I have far more bike experience than car and many scooter type engines are very softly mounted using rubber bushes and I wondered what the burgman was fitted with. so sorry if ive caused any panic Scott
hi ya Scott. ive logged in as a member now but it wouldn't let me use ray.h. so ive now got a new user name. probably not a burgman unit.it was interesting to see his solutions because I must admit ive worked on a lot of step throughs before and they have all had some degree of lateral movement but it seems the burgman is much more solidly mounted and the only point of issue has been altered by yourselfs. I would love to pop up some time and have a sit in one just to get the feel of it. I tried to get to Newark but the car let me down and I didn't make it. im currently selling my collection of bikes to finance a build and give me the workshop space and the eco exo is the top of my list. oh yes im in Hertfordshire.
Not far away then, we didn't get to Newark either and not getting to the AMM as I'm useless with a diary and planed other arrangements!
I keep the demo Eco-Exo at home so feel free to call up and have a look, it's the right time of year to sell the bikes but doesn't help trying to find cheap donors, I will post up any I find out there,
where are you based scott. im not too worried about donors so long as they are complete. it seems the week points on burgmans are the electrics clutches and occasionaly the cranks. parts are readily available on the bay so a crashed or non runner isn't such an issue. currently how long is delivery time on the eco exo.
thanks for that scott but don't tell everyone lol. im watching that one. looks like a good fixer upper.i did think I was taking over rogers build diary. sorry roger. keep up the good work. looks realy well thought out and put together.