Well the engine is a Yamaha YZ series, polished as you can see. Boyesen pro series reeds, high compression head, Wiseco piston & sleeve, Kevlar Barnett clutch, Wiseco forged clutch basket, custom cooling port (cut and weld as the stock is in the wrong position, same for the h20 pump port) The engine has numerous internal modifications and is quite literally a race engine.
With the engine came the addition of a radiator that is mounted via brackets to the right side of the frame the radiator placement allows the front tire to act aerodynamically as an air dam forcing air through the radiator. Radiator is fed by stainless cooling tubes located below the frame, standard heater hose is utilized to make the final radiator and engine connections. The outside air dam is standard Yamaha issue.
The intake flange is custom as I need to angle the carb off to the side, a small section of high temp race silicon hose mounts up the carb to the flange. Bike retains handlebar controls for the clutch and the choke.
The adapter plate that mounts the engine to the final drive I made on a CNC Machine, I am working on a new set of adapters for the engine to swing arm mounts.
The exhaust is a Pro Circuit Ceramic race pipe, this has been modified and the revised mounting system remains constant with the geometrical articulation of the rear wheel.
Gas tank is designed after a fuel cell, petcock is mounted over the rear tire for access (since body work conceals most of the mechanics of the engine). It is all aluminum, fully welded and notched for extra capacity over the spark plug.
Rear luggage rack has been modified to accommodate the fuel tank.
The moped maintains the center stand which has been revised to use the lower engine mounts as the fulcrum on which to pivot, a child can easily lower the center stand.
The forward controls are custom fabricated from plate steel, custom shift linkage, which is fully adjustable as to rider preference and weight. The moped retains standard motorcycle like controls shift linkage on the left rear brake on the right.
The seat is being re-covered, and is a standard height adjustable bicycle type seat, standard for a moped.
I'll take more pics tomorrow and get them posted