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    Water trap and regulator on 2009's

    I have been asked where I am mounting the water trap and new Gen III Regulator on the 2009's... here's some pics.

    The water trap bracket is made to fit and mount using an existing screw.
    The Gen III Regulator mounts under the seat bucket and fits into the opening where the lock bar used to be.
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    Custom mudguard support?
    Shrubman

    2009 SR50 R Factory


    Engine:
    HGT PFI Conversion
    HGT-Modded Bing 26mm Throttle Body
    Malossi 86CC Cylinder
    Malossi MHR Big Bore Exhaust
    Malossi VL13 Reed Valve
    Pro Porting Intake Manifold and Spacer
    Pro Porting Double Layer "Air Plus" Air Filter

    Transmission:
    Malossi Multivar 2000 MHR Team (2008 Model)
    Malossi 14/39 Primary Gears
    Malossi Delta Clutch
    Malossi Kevlar Belt

    Other:
    Stage 6 Adjustable Shock Riser
    HGT Billet Aluminum Brake Levers
    Buzzetti Side Stand
    Motorkit Rear Hugger

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    Perfect! Thanks for sharing, Rich. Just what I needed to see!
    2009 SR FACTORY
    Derestricted
    Water trap
    Leo ZXR with supplied springs and rollers
    3 degree key
    Malossi MHR reeds w/o stuffer
    Questionable cylinder

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    wow what watertrap is that, that is PRO i want one
    2009 SR70 R Diablo
    Malossi BBK/ECU adapter
    Malossi VL13 Reed cage
    NGKZMR7AP indexed
    ECU Derestricted
    Leo Vince Pipe
    No Plate/No Ring
    Polished HGT Fuel Regulator
    Malossi red filter, stock box
    4.8 roller weights
    Gear up kit
    Rest B Stock
    58 MPH Flat/Normal day


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    Hi guys, this is my first post here, I see a pic of my scooter up top by High-Gain!! I am still working on my SR body and I will post an update here with pics and details within two weeks. I have learned so much from this forum here and I thank you all!! especially Richard for building my engine, the little hook-up and tips.

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    Both the watertrap and regulator looks very "factory/original" like, very delicate... The only thing I don't like is the thickness of the gauges. I'm sure if there was another option, you would have used it. I'm thinking thin digital gauges. I guess you have not found any that would do the job and look nice or they would drive up the cost to much?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shrubman View Post
    Custom mudguard support?
    Correct, front and middle. Without the factory air box the left side needs support. Here's a full pic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fabienfranck03 View Post
    Hi guys, this is my first post here, I see a pic of my scooter up top by High-Gain!! I am still working on my SR body and I will post an update here with pics and details within two weeks. I have learned so much from this forum here and I thank you all!! especially Richard for building my engine, the little hook-up and tips.
    Welcome Franck... Yes, that's your scoot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoNameForEver View Post
    Both the watertrap and regulator looks very "factory/original" like, very delicate... The only thing I don't like is the thickness of the gauges. I'm sure if there was another option, you would have used it. I'm thinking thin digital gauges. I guess you have not found any that would do the job and look nice or they would drive up the cost to much?
    The gauges are actually very tiny in person, only 42mm. Electronic auto gauges are 52mm

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    Quote Originally Posted by High-Gain SR50 View Post
    Electronic auto gauges are 52mm
    Yaiks!! I thought there was a reason.. I bit strange that no one don't make smaller ones, as pretty much all electronics are getting smaller and smaller..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fabienfranck03 View Post
    Hi guys, this is my first post here, I see a pic of my scooter up top by High-Gain!! I am still working on my SR body and I will post an update here with pics and details within two weeks. I have learned so much from this forum here and I thank you all!! especially Richard for building my engine, the little hook-up and tips.
    Did you ship him the entire scoot from New York?
    Shrubman

    2009 SR50 R Factory


    Engine:
    HGT PFI Conversion
    HGT-Modded Bing 26mm Throttle Body
    Malossi 86CC Cylinder
    Malossi MHR Big Bore Exhaust
    Malossi VL13 Reed Valve
    Pro Porting Intake Manifold and Spacer
    Pro Porting Double Layer "Air Plus" Air Filter

    Transmission:
    Malossi Multivar 2000 MHR Team (2008 Model)
    Malossi 14/39 Primary Gears
    Malossi Delta Clutch
    Malossi Kevlar Belt

    Other:
    Stage 6 Adjustable Shock Riser
    HGT Billet Aluminum Brake Levers
    Buzzetti Side Stand
    Motorkit Rear Hugger

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    No Rich bought it brand new in Colorado for me. I am currently installing a TURBO on it, I hope it makes a difference or a tiny boost but I'll find out this monday.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fabienfranck03 View Post
    No Rich bought it brand new in Colorado for me
    Shrubman

    2009 SR50 R Factory


    Engine:
    HGT PFI Conversion
    HGT-Modded Bing 26mm Throttle Body
    Malossi 86CC Cylinder
    Malossi MHR Big Bore Exhaust
    Malossi VL13 Reed Valve
    Pro Porting Intake Manifold and Spacer
    Pro Porting Double Layer "Air Plus" Air Filter

    Transmission:
    Malossi Multivar 2000 MHR Team (2008 Model)
    Malossi 14/39 Primary Gears
    Malossi Delta Clutch
    Malossi Kevlar Belt

    Other:
    Stage 6 Adjustable Shock Riser
    HGT Billet Aluminum Brake Levers
    Buzzetti Side Stand
    Motorkit Rear Hugger

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    Talking nice work HG

    Quote Originally Posted by 09sr50r View Post
    wow what watertrap is that, that is PRO i want one
    I really like the way you set up the water trap where you did...think my mech a new project soon

    2009 sr-factory ( piaggio engine-pure-jet) de-restricted, stock muffler , HighGain tuning water trap ....10,000 miles and counting
    48 mph top speed

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    Looks good, but won't that filter get smushed whenever the rear suspension compresses? I had that problem until I installed a shock riser.

    I'm going to have to something like what you did with the hgt reg., its broken the 2nd bracket.
    2009 SR50 Factory - 49cc Piaggio Engine

    Engine:
    ECU derestricted (unknown map)
    AGIP City 2t oil
    +3 key
    NGK 7411 spark plug (CPR8E) .035"
    Husky W/T
    BGM PRO Evo 23mm intake manifold
    Marchald Filter
    Malossi VL13 reed
    HGT fuel reg. (~130psi)

    Transmission:
    Malossi Multivar 2000
    6.25 gr Dr. Pulley sliders
    LV red clutch springs
    Malossi green contrast spring

    Exhaust:
    LeoVince ZX-R

    Status:
    220lb rider
    58mph not tucked
    65mph tucked
    both on flats



    F/S : I have a new set of 5.0 gram sliders;

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