Tuesday, March 1, 2011

New Modification Yamaha Mio 2011 Single Foot

New Modification Yamaha Mio 2011 Single Foot
From the display, especially in the sector body, the modifications made from B Custom Subagyo of this 2009 Yamaha Mio nothing extreme. But there's one part that could be considered unique, ie the model the single front shock absorbers.

New Modification Yamaha Mio 2011 Single Foot
To change from standard to a single model, the modifier using an appropriate metal material as the handle and seat shock absorbers. For the front suspension, said Subagyo, he used a pipe thickness of 5 mm and 50 mm wide.

Admitted following the Italian scooter design. In order to look neat, new plates wrapped in a metal plate again, then didempul and neatly painted. Meanwhile, the rear shock absorbers changes, not on the edge, but shifted to the middle and wear have a Suzuki RG-R. Meanwhile, the shock absorbers bottom of the handle is made of pipe diameter of 1 inch (25.4 mm) is bolted to the CVT cover.

"But still the standard axle and I was not tempted to because the concept backed racing look," says builder from East Java who now is settled in the island resort.

Let easy, wheels still use the original Mio. However, axles must be regenerated. "Made in turner whose size is slightly larger than the original so strong," explained the father of two children.

Affairs of the body, Bagyo not want all kinds. The back is made using a racing-style galvanized plate. Meanwhile, the front had a Mio Soul reliable enough that in re-custom