John.R Posted February 16, 2017 Share Posted February 16, 2017 Hello, First foray as such into this area, I've had an idea for the past month or so formulating about creating a scaled down version of the Lexmoto Arizona 125 I have, with that in mind I have the bike at home so I could quite easily get all the measurements of the parts. Few questions though which I hope don't sound like they are coming from a complete newbie in this area. 1. How would I go about making the frame? 2. How would I go about making the suspension? 3. How would I go about making the tyre's and wheels? Engine wise, I know there are a few kits out there which are of a similar design, although they are for the higher "cc" bikes, I was looking at them and thiking with a slight bit of modifications that they could become the basis for the same engine as the one I have. The scale I would be looking at building it in is 1:4, and if the measurements I have are correct then it should work out like this: 1:4 scale Length: 205 cm long, 51.25 cm scale 1:4 Scale Width: 77 cm Wide, 19.25cm scale 1:4 scale height: 105.5 cm High, 26.37 cm scale 1:4 scale wheelbase: 137.5 cm real life, 34.37 cm real life. This could be pie in the sky at the moment as I have a few kits I need to finish, but I'm thinking about a long term plan of building this up, and possibly having some electrics on it working. Many thanks in advance John Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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