PGO LS125Sport a introduction to this weird quirky smallie
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Sun Aug 11, 2019 8:43 pm quote
It sounds like this has not been a topic on here much if at all so here we go!
We have another one of the but not nearly as complete. This one is missing the original seat and mirrors and the additional blinkers that were added to the side of the glovebox for the canada market (i think) because the parts source guy that I found in Taiwan has never ever seen the weird blinker additions that I have one of. It is a primavera at heart with a 80's PK/Bajaj styling.

Now if you have a 80's PGO I might have some parts for you. I bought out our friends stock that he bought off of a closed scooter shop. Its all NOS Taiwan parts with strange part numbers so I have really no clue what a lot of it is for unless its something I can match up to this bike I have.

Hope everyone enjoys this!

it will have a new headset someday I sourced one from Taiwan because it was cheaper than getting the headset repaired. theres a little jb weld on the underside where the front brake lever connects.

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Sun Aug 11, 2019 9:07 pm quote
Quirky and Kool!! PK with removable side cowls instead of doors... interesting!! Dig the 80's Knight-Rider-ish looking speedo! Very unique bike.
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Sun Aug 11, 2019 9:10 pm quote
How convenient, a smallie that the cowls come off of! But the carb is still buried inside looks like. Do you know if it's like an ET3 or PK motor w/ 3 ports? I see you have a gas gauge, is it 12V & CDI?

Digging the huge speedo w/ the red EEK! zone if you get close to 50 MPH.
Looks like the bike is in great original condition, congrats!
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Sun Aug 11, 2019 9:47 pm quote
V oodoo wrote:
How convenient, a smallie that the cowls come off of! But the carb is still buried inside looks like. Do you know if it's like an ET3 or PK motor w/ 3 ports? I see you have a gas gauge, is it 12V & CDI?

Digging the huge speedo w/ the red EEK! zone if you get close to 50 MPH.
Looks like the bike is in great original condition, congrats!
the carb is still buried yes.

I don't think it was like a et3 initially, it already had a kit put on it by our mechanic friend that had it years ago. he also did some strange things to the wiring and disabled the blinkers so we will have to use hand signals until we get that part fixed. it does have the original cdi. I do get a gas gauge and I think it works. if not I have LOTS of spare NOS PGO parts and those are some of what are in the parts collection.
the gearing has been changed, why you ask? well because we had the parts and could LOL it rides great we just got something inside the motor tearing up the fly side seal so we gotta get in the case again. Someday we'll have a running PGO...
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Mon Aug 12, 2019 5:50 am quote
Cool bike and digging your hardscape.

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Mon Aug 12, 2019 10:14 am quote
SoCalGuy wrote:
Cool bike and digging your hardscape.
Haha! Yeah we go through a lot of tires and steppingstones made sense. We even put spent brakes or other parts. 😁
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Wed Aug 14, 2019 6:14 am quote
I like it Nutmeg especially the speedo
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