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Old 28th September 2009, 01:15   #31
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Not possible wheelies on variomatic transmission 2 wheelers.
well you need to ride some real modded scoots then.. its very much possible.

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where did you sourced all the parts from ?? especially CDI !!
already stated for the CDI in the thread, please read my posts above. All the parts were sourced from different places and required hours and hours of research as there are no bolt on parts for the Dio in the market available.

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Old 28th November 2016, 13:28   #32
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Default Re: Honda Dio Modded..still under construction..help needed!!

This thread has been dead for over 7 years now. I don't know if anyone is gonna be interested, but is there any progress on your modded scoot? When I saw pics of the ruckus for a moment I was overjoyed thinking you managed to convert your Dio into a Ruckus! Of course, this wasn't the case. I really like the design on the Ruckus though. Hoping to someday convert my activa into a ruckus-esque scoot!
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