DROWsports Grand Axis Two Stroke Powered Ruckus


A DROWsports tail light assembly really cleans up the back of the Ruckus.  If you know what the back of a stock Ruckus looks like you will know what I mean!  The KN Kikaku billet brake arm gives more leverage for more brake force.  Looks at all the polishing and detail!  Yes that is a Recaro covered seat!
A closer look at the engine detail.  Check out the DROWsports carbon kevlar gas tank cover.
JDM Daytona alloy wheels are a rare addition to the bike.  RRGS low down hydraulically damped forks replace the stock spring things that hardly work.  You can't see it but the stock drum front brake was switched to a 190mm KN Kikaku floating rotor disc brake and a Brembo P32  2 piston caliper.
The DROWsports Ruckus upstages all of the custom bikes when you pull up at bike night.  Everyone likes it.
A look at the Stage 6 velocity stack intake without the filter in place.
Another detail shot of the engine.  A Fox double adjustable rear shock is used with a DROWsports adaptor.

If you are riding in the SoCal area on your Vespa, and you see a little green Ruckus that sounds like a MX bike you had better think twice before messing with it.  The DROWsports Ruckus is capable of speeds over 80 mph and is pretty darned fast from light to light!

You can read about the MotoIQ Ruckus here.




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