Hey there, So I bet people wanted to see more pictures of my scoot ever since I introduced myself here a few days ago. Maybe also the truck... but this forum is for two wheels so you wont see much of it unless my scooter's on the back. I first got this guy, a 2014 50cc Icebear Maddog, online on February last year. For those interested, it was roughly 1600. It was shipped to my door in a crate, with me only having to worry about putting the front tire and handlebars on afterwards. Then of course the oil. I later registered and insured her with no issues and got plates. No endorsement was needed, and because of that, I was able to not worry about doing the Navy motorcycle courses for onbase (and offbase riding). She stayed stock for about a month until I lowered the rear, added a ammo can to the side for storage, and added small engine upgrades like a better CDI and a unrestricted air filter (which was when I learned to rejet the carb for the first time). Over the time I got new handlebars, been through two sets of mirrors, stretched the front and rear tires, and finding lowered front forks that fit... and a number of other things I can't remember on the top of my head. I also got a 150cc exhaust by mistake that did not fit, which I still have, but I plan to use that on another scooter. Funny thing too is my mini-truck, a Daihatsu Hijet, currently is sporting the stock mirrors my scooter originally arrived with. This can be considered a build thread, but with the majority of what I have done is done, it could be just for any scooters I might end up having. Or could be my portfolio all in one thread. I do plan on moving up to a 150cc soon and getting my motorcycle endorsement. Maybe moving all my custom stuff to the 150, and then putting the 50 back to stockish and have as a rarely used backup for cold/rain riding. First bought. Looks like a weird mix of lowered off-roading going on here. Chrome bling and out of place mirrors. Lowered the rear. As you see, my license plate gets bent. On the back of my truck. Results from my 2015 Summer ride to Mt Index to join in with a photo shoot along the Old Cascade Highway. It was fun, and I got to hitch a ride on the back of someone's truck back down the mountain to the after party. Carb rejetting to something less restrictive, stretched whitewalls, lowered front with new carbon fender, and a new look (bent form?) for the plate. Of course, I get pulled over with a warning that my plate was hard to read from a distance. So I bought a chopper side plate mount. Which I'll post next post.