I have a 1992 Tomos Sprint. The frame is a 1992, yet nothing else it.
I have many upgrades. It runs an honest 48mph, Wide open, crouched. On an old 70cc Airsal kit (I am putting on a brand new)
The upgrades are:
-Tomos TX50 Kick Start Bottom end, rebuilt last summer, with new bearings and seals. I put in a 2005 Tomos A35 crank, because it is the new designed, lighter crank. About 1000 miles on the bottom end.
-NEW Tomos Airsal 70cc kit. I will be buying this this week. I had one on there, but I want to let it go with a new kit. It will also come with a new extra set of rings.
-Dellorto 16.16 Carb. It had an 82.5 jet, in good shape.
-Polini 70cc Reed Valve
-Bored Tomos Straight intake, bored to about 15.5mm.
-Tecno Estoral exhaust. It is black, and it had been welded about 4 times, and it is now strong. It has small dents on the bottom of it from dragging it in the turns.
-Pirelli ML75 Tires. 2.50 tire in the front, 2.75 in the rear.
-The rear end is strutted, and has no rear shocks.
-Has pegs mounted on the rear shock bolts, to put your feet. Yery aggressive stance, yet comfy.
-Chrome Drop bars, nice.
-Anything not needed was removed, for different look, lighter weight. (No fenders, no fairing, no dash, no speedometer, fog light for headlight, no wire harness (lights are always on, with a push button kill switch), no rack, no turn signals, no mirrors, etc.)
-I drive this everywhere, and it is reliable for the amount of performance parts it has.
-The pain is spray paint, and it is not the best job, but it works.
-What you see is what you get.
I can get pictures when it is light out, Tomorrow.
I am in South jersey.