Nice!! Good modifications. I bet it is much more comfortable like this. The only real downside of this project is the lack of donors IMO. I haven't found cheap, damaged Burghmans in our country to date. if I may suggest a Ducati Monster. This bike could be easely bolted to the rear side of the Exo with some additional mounting lugs, Similar as the Rayvolution.
I like this concept. Just some minor changes to the body work and it's perfect.
Yes the engine choices are endless due to the excellent design of the chassis but getting into performance engines isn't our thing! Once you start that pretty much most of the design would have to change ie weight up the front end - wider stance etc,,,, By the time this is done you would end up with a TR1KE !!!!
But if you want a lively fun comuter you won't find better than this!!
We can announce the Eco-Exo-R passed with flying colours and no issues address at all So it is fully MSVA Approved ;D ;D
The slight twist on the original design results in a Single seat with steering rack and column allowing for a lower driving position and greater protection for the driver plus the integration of a throttle pedal, giving it a truly new feel
The clever design changes means we can maintain the original chassis for both models, ensuring we can offer both models Eco-Exo & Eco-Exo-R
Here are the release Pictures, and we will be @ Stoneleigh with both models so please feel free to come and say hello,
Let's face it: if I haven't already ordered my tR1ke kit I would seriously reconsider this kit! I even see you have thought about luggage for extended trips! This is where the tR1ke has a design flaw IMO.