Delivery From Japan [1000000000% JDM]

Bought this off the internet without ever seeing it and today it arrived from Japan


Also something to note around Mighty Car Mods: we are normal guys and are not trained mechanics. We like to make interesting car mods and show you how we’ve gone about it, but we can’t promise that anything we show you will work for your particular car, or that you won’t harm yourself, someone else, your car or your warranty doing it. Please be safe, be responsible and unless you know what you’re doing, do not fool around with very serious machinery just because you’ve seen us make it look so easy. Talk to a qualified mechanic if you are in any doubt.

31 thoughts on “Delivery From Japan [1000000000% JDM]

  1. When I had a scooter I rode over 60m and put £2.50 in the fuel tank literally runs on fresh air

  2. matt nev says:

    Haha fruit boots are rollerblades

  3. Mslageek007 says:

    Here in the US that scooter is called the Honda Ruckus. Oddly enough, we do have a Yamaha Zuma as well. Your Zuma will chop the moto compo with ease. I have owned a similar scooter and it would do 32mph or 51kph. There is no way in the world that the moto compo can go that speed.

  4. fat KoRn says:

    Knowing is half the battle… wonder twins activate

  5. Greetings from Russia, the video is steep. Continue in the same vein

  6. this is the epitome of those look away and listen to the dialogue videos

  7. Subparanon says:

    A "Moped" is a portamento of Motor and Ped aka foot. It's a motor driven cycle that can also be pedaled like a bicycle. Useful if you run out of fuel. Very useful if you have a moped and the engine reliability is crap. At least you won't be walking home.

  8. i'm still watching… :)

  9. "if this is what i think it is, its gonna be inside us tonight" reels in hand fisting sex toy

  10. so I know someone else said this.. but, fruit booter is what skateboarders call roller bladers. making fun of them in exactly the same way people who ride real motorcycles make fun of people who ride scooters. kinda like how snowboarders call skiers two plankers. it's like you want to be cool but just can't quite. But in America those are a Honda ruckus. it's definitely fun to ruck around at car shows or tracks. but not on the street, even though it's legal to register one for street. just ride a real bike.

  11. R Burke says:

    Taking my first trip to Japan will be in Tokyo for a week wondering if anyone has some got spots to check out local car scene.

  12. jozefsan says:

    why so angry?

  13. T1000AX says:

    That outfit is not mr miyagi. It's doc from back to the future.

  14. Kc Centers says:

    Im still watching

  15. LucasByers says:

    what type of wheels are those?

  16. Pooshooter5k says:

    Weird, you dont get a rucus in Australia? You guys get all the cools stuff though…

  17. As a South African I sometimes get confused when you mention the bikes name

  18. Salvino F says:

    Dam you guys are so entertaining twetle de and twetle no bolts

  19. in America you dont have to have a license or anything for 50 cc

  20. how often does moog go in from behind lol

  21. negative fruitbooter is a rollerblader

  22. “Fruit Booter” in Vancouver Canada, is a roller blader.

  23. Itchychychy says:

    Dang how come JDM Zoomer looks more awesome than South East Asian ones. LOL. Put a 150cc engine on it!

  24. Mario Salas says:

    Moog, Marty: You should see this for the Mira "$300 drift car! PVC pipe drifting kei cars"

  25. Eriiaa says:

    Marty doesn't wear capes. He wears kei-pes

  26. A moped has pedals to assist the engine

  27. LEGIN says:

    planning on a very soon visit to japan for a few days, any tips of where and how to locate a jdm motor for shipment back to the states. I need some advice…best places, Tokyo ,Okinawa?

  28. what was the funnel you used for the coolant?

  29. Justin says:

    heeeeeeeeell yes, is that a BIKE on mighty CAR mods? More please :D

  30. Nic Mccoy says:

    fruitbooter is someone who rides rollerblades…not scooters

  31. BFVgnr says:

    The US market, they're called the Ruckus

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