Well today I sold the last remaining bits of Voltron. The frame, completely stripped of it's parts was sold to a two-stroke enthusiast for $20. I said he was taking it home regardless cause I didn't want it on the shed any more
From her early days as a rolling wreck to her glory days at Winton Raceway, to her twilight days in my shed, and back into someone else's shed to become another bike again, it's been a fun adventure
I still have the fuse box, key switch and lots of wiring, but the rest has found a new life somewhere else.
The batteries went to Electric Autos, and they've gone into a pair of E-max scooters (that go really good!)
The controller went to Ed (EV Cycle) for his old-school E-racing in the USA
The Cycle Analyst went to Jon (Catavolt) for his cell testing rig.
The YGS shock went to Splinter Oz and his Electric RG
The front end, wheels, brakes, footpegs and handlebars went to a guy doing an old 250 restoration
The chain and sprockets went to Cheeseboy's build.
The motor mounts and chargers went to Unheardofinstruments in Nimbin for his projects (either an RZ or a small car)
And the frame and seat went to a guy who wants to restore another two-stroke Suzuki.
And all of this makes way for Voltron II - Voltron Evo. Stay tuned