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Zzero's Skorpion Sport Cup...

Time to have a look at another great MuZ. I asked ZzerO, who hangs out at online on the forums at, to tell us about his lovely yellow MuZ. So take it away Zzero… He is in the Netherlands.

The this bike is officially called a Skorpion Sport Cup, they have the side fairings standard, mine where taken off for a while because I had a minor crash with a pushbike rider, not my fault...

I've had the bike for about 1.5 year know, bought it in May last year, but I didn’t have my drivers licence yet. I got my licence in August so from that time I could actually ride my MuZ.

At first I only rode for commuting and for fun. Then I went on the track for 2 times (Croix en Ternois). That was so much fun that I only wanted to ride on the track. As I’m still studying, I can’t afford to go to on the track that much. So now I don’t use my sport to much for commuting, and I’m saving up some money to go on the track more often.

mods made to the bike so far:

- Front brake system changed to Brembo, both calliper and master cylinder, from a Yamaha SZR 660.
- White power progressive springs in the front.
- Yamaha FZR 600 rear shock
Leovince USA slip on muffler
- Front end lowered( 10 mm) and clip ons under the top triple clamp.
- Rear end is lifted with 128 mm dogbones
- 'home made' rearsets which give more ground clearance
- Rear and front fender were personalised.


  1. please tell me what part number leo vince slip on and what bike it was used for!!


    i own a 2002 skorpion i am racing in AHRMA super mono 2 class


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