Puch Magnum Mini Maggy by Joseph Santos

Push Magnum I found this “little one” yesterday while surfing the Internet and looking for some new eye-catching builds.  One thing many riders want to get from their bikes is speed but the fastest speed you can get from a 60cc – 70cc bike is probably not what you desire. But in most cases we appreciate the build itself, so the customization ideas as well as the design might be much more exiting than everything else. Furthermore, let’s not forget that mopeds are a totally different league and deserve the best treatment they can get. Truth to be told, I myself owned a few 50cc iron horses when I was a teenager. I sold them, but now I wish I hadn’t. For me  it’s more like great memories than vehicles. So I definitely understand the guy who has rebuilt this Puch Magnum. I would do the same and maybe I will someday. Moped Magnum The bike features Puch E50 engine with Puch 64cc Polini Reed cylinder. The exhaust was replaced with Bik coated Simonini pipes and Bik carbon fiber silencer – black as the rest of the bike. The engine also was fitted with new racing edition Dellorto 21mm PHBG Carburetor to provide the optimal intake. Magnum The seat was shortened and the headlight with the bars were replaced with more suitable items. The stock ignition hasn’t been changed. Mini Maggi is totally blacked out, except for a few parts and the contrasting white writing on the stock fuel tank. For those who have bike like this in a garage and don’t know what to do about it – this build can be really inspiring. Go over here to check out Joseph Santos’ post about Mini Maggy.
Mini Maggi Push Magnum
Images provided by Joseph Santos