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Back To Riding Scooters

Postby Jadanj214 » Wed Sep 21, 2011 5:24 pm

I Have Owned Many Scooters, I've Owned At Least 6 Yahama Zumas And Now Just Purchased My 7th One. This Past Summer I Sold My 2008 Zuma For A Decent Price And Upgraded To A 2010 Kawasaki Ninja 250R. I Have A Few Friends Who Have Zumas As Well And I Was The Only One Who Had A Real Bike. I Sold My Ninja Last Week Just Because It Wasnt Satisfying Me Like The Zumas Have, And Not Many Friends Who Had Bikes. I Love Mopeds/Scooters And Last Night I Bought A Rough 2002 Silver Yamaha Zuma. My Brother In Law And Myself Spent 4 Hours Late Last Night Cleaning It Up, Adjusting And Cleaning The Carb, Installing A New Leo Vince ZX Exhaust, And Flushing The Brake Fluid. I Dont See Myself Ever Not Owning A Scooter Again.

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Postby kidsonroll123 » Mon Nov 14, 2011 12:01 am

E scooters are a fantastic alternative to the automobile for people who have a short commute to work or to the local metro station. E scooters are great for running local errands. E scooters are compact and portable, so you can take them into the office and store them under your desk or in the closet. People use e scooters for local transportation when traveling by car, bus, subway, train, RV, boat or plane.

Clearly, the more we use e scooters as a means of transportation the better off our environment will be. E scooters represent a terrific alternative to other forms of transportation, save the environment, and provide their riders with many other benefits.
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Postby John » Mon Nov 14, 2011 9:43 am

Crap on DUI e-scooters.
Now back to the Zuma/BWS125. Tell me more about the pipe etc. I have a '09 BWS and was thinking of doing some minor modifications!
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Postby maddog » Thu Nov 17, 2011 12:14 am

The cpi-gtr50 is the same size as your 250r, i put a 70cc bore kit with a 19mm carb/pipe=90mph, got my 08 for 2 grand out the door- twin rear gas scocks/ disk brakes/ hid / led lights- no floorboard- foot pegs, they also make a 180cc scoot but its a 4 stroke.
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