Tutorials

Push Button Start

First thing you need to do is acquire a momentary push button. Be it a fancy car style button or a plain red button. Whatever suites your fancy. Then youll need to take off your stock switch panel. It will look like this. You will need to switch the kill […]

Lug Nuts

Both the Maddog 50cc and 150cc stock hubs use m10x1.25 lug nuts *if you have aftermarket hub and wheels it is up to you to find your correct lug nuts

Batteries

Seriously…if you haven’t by now upgrade your stock battery, The stock battery is garbage. The Chinese literally put it there just to show that the lights work and the scooter does what its supposed to do. Sooner than later it will fail. For starting a scooter, the AGM (absorbed glass […]

Carb/Jetting

Contributors: Doug Burkmire and Cobie Szigety First thing you’re going to need before jetting is an aftermarket carburetor to allow easier access to the jets, which can be found in our Carburetor tutorial. Also add a high flow Air Filter like a Uni Filter to help let the motor take […]

150cc Short Hub/Short Axle

This article is for 150cc GY6 Long case motors only, 50cc GY6 users looking for hub and axle options go HERE. If you have just swapped over to a single shock and want a new wheel, you’re going to want a new Short Axle and a Hub. 150cc Short Axle […]

50cc Rear Wheel

To run aftermarket rear wheels on a 50cc Maddog you have a couple of options. 1st option is to get the Monstergy6 12×8 hub kit and a 12×8 wheel. This is a very good kit And runs the rear true centered. Another option so you can run a 12×7 3+4 […]

50cc Performance Upgrades

50cc Maddogs go +/- 35mph depending on the day, altitude…mood? of your scooter. Heres a few options to get you a little more oomph. Big Bore Kits 50cc Big Bore Kits come in 80cc(which is actually 72cc) and 100cc(which is 81.3cc). Both kits are direct bolt ons and work with […]

50cc Hub and Axle

Currently MonsterGy6 is the only company that offers Hubs and Short axles for the 50cc Maddog. Their kit allows you to run a 12×8 wheel completely centered with a safe short axle. MonsterGy6 states that a 12×8 wheel is the only way to run it centered so they do not […]

Do This First

This is an overview of some of the first things you should look into when getting your scooter. Anything from preventative maintenance to parts and tools. Most of the things touched base in this article will eventually have a more in depth tutorial on this site to help you along […]

Trickle Charge Install

A  much easier way to keep your battery always charged is to go this route, however if you have the other parts available already then go that route. Or follow the first one for a cleaner and more useful setup since it also allows you to use USB for your […]