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3 wheel honda scoopy/wave trike conversion

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Has anyone converted there own honda wave/scoopy etc to a 3 wheel trike.

My wife's sister has trouble walking and can't ride her Honda scoopy very well and looked at converting it.

Told it will be about 30-40 k

Maybe cheaper to buy a used one second hand and sell her scoopy!

She doesn't want those 29k electric ones at Big c .

If anyone knows of a cheap one for sale let me know .

Something similar to the picture would be perfect.

 

 

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Do they look after the change in registration?

 

I believe it is very difficult to change the type?

Ie. Can register a bike with sidecar new but cannot retrofit old.

 

But I've been wrong before.

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21 hours ago, VocalNeal said:

Do they look after the change in registration?

 

I believe it is very difficult to change the type?

Ie. Can register a bike with sidecar new but cannot retrofit old.

 

But I've been wrong before.

I think there could be difficulties but as its only to be used in the village to the local morning market i doubt there would be any problems

Got some guy who looks like he welded up a dune buggy style frame and 4 wheels and stuck a honda wave motor flying about .

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In which case there are 50cc 2T 3 wheeler scooters like the Honda Gyro here as I have seen them. From where I do not know.

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No rego required under 50 cc.

 

If you already have the parent scooter you plan works

 

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Side-cart?

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Yes seen the gyro x scooters they are something i am looking at cost about 12k-20k for a clean one.

Thanks for your help

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On 2/22/2020 at 12:24 PM, kwak250 said:

Thanks but thats even more expensive 48k just for the kit trying to find one already converted or a cheaper conversion she nearly had a stroke when she found out it would be 30k-40k

The reason why George charge so much is because he does a full rebuilt , including bearings and all the rest. Many locals mechanics will do it for half the price , problem is bike is not balanced , pulls either way and many more problems .

 

go see George in person , ask him if he can do cheaper price or has used one for sale, he is a really easy going guy , I am certain he will help somehow .

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One of these rode past me in Pakret yesterday.

 

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They are like training wheels on a child's bike.  Looked OK.

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