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New 4 stroke 50 moped

Postby poliniparts » Mon Dec 07, 2009 3:50 pm

Hey all,

It's finally here. New 49cc four stroke mopeds. Both pedal and electric start, 2 speed trans, all 50 state legal. We also have hop up parts for this little gem. Available in red, black, blue & silver. email for more info - scootershopaz@gmail.com
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re: New 4 stroke 50 moped

Postby Ike » Mon Dec 07, 2009 5:37 pm

Hey ! I like that.

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Re: re: New 4 stroke 50 moped

Postby RebelMob » Mon Dec 07, 2009 5:39 pm

Yep same one they are selling for $899 at this place...
http://www.motobuys.com/lazer-5-ssr.html
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re: New 4 stroke 50 moped

Postby supercub » Tue Dec 08, 2009 8:26 am

Looks like a cool little bike. 2 speed, 4 stroke dependability, 2-up capability, battery for good lighting. How long have they been made for, is there any history with the bike as far as durability? Are parts readily available, and will they be available in say 5 years?
Most probably is from China. Many different models come and go, leaving parts availability behind. If the manufacturer has been around and it is one of their new models, great. If it is a new company or nameplate just emerging, it may only be a 1 or 2 year build and then there are no parts avialable.
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re: New 4 stroke 50 moped

Postby aaronanalog » Tue Dec 08, 2009 12:36 pm

I looked at the other scooters that motobuys has and I think supercub is right about parts and service.

My friend wanted to buy a kicker a while back until I showed her that once you buy one there is no service, no parts, and no warranty on them even though they claim to have all of these services available.

They look nice, but buyer beware ! Do research on these before you buy.
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re: New 4 stroke 50 moped

Postby supercub » Tue Dec 08, 2009 1:12 pm

I wouldn't toss the idea without checking further, as it is a great setup feature-wise. And looks too. I saw one just like it in Mexico 5 years ago, if it is the same make I don't know.
It would be great if Honda would bring back their step-through bikes. They are built like tanks. They are all over Mexico, you see ladies in skirts and high heels riding them.
I saw a new Tomos moped at the Honda dealer for 899.00. There are probably dealer prep cost too, but at least you could buy parts a couple of years down the road.
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Re: re: New 4 stroke 50 moped

Postby RebelMob » Tue Dec 08, 2009 8:52 pm

Just like the "re-issue" of the JAWA 50 Pionýr by MotoScoot - nice looking like the original bike but the knock-off Honda engine is problematic. Buyer beware. Just have to keep in mind if you are looking for something new - if you can not physically check the bike first you might be ordering a very good looking lawn ornament for $900.

I also found it rather sketchy that a 'dealer' would post in the general moped section and not in the buy n sell...
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re: New 4 stroke 50 moped

Postby supercub » Tue Dec 08, 2009 9:28 pm

...And to boot the website link is a dud...Hmmm
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re: New 4 stroke 50 moped

Postby silverfox » Fri Dec 11, 2009 1:01 pm

Not legally a moped in CA. It would have to be registered as a "motor-driven cycle"

SYM has the Symba (Honda Cub type thing) for sale in 49 states. Not yet for sale in CA. Damn CARB
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re: New 4 stroke 50 moped

Postby tomos_ATX50 » Fri Dec 11, 2009 2:17 pm

isnt that chineese copy of honda 4strokes?thats why it is cheap...it looks nice,but quality is the issue
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re: New 4 stroke 50 moped

Postby Crimson » Sun Dec 13, 2009 11:32 pm

4-stroke 50cc = super slow.
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re: New 4 stroke 50 moped

Postby silverfox » Mon Dec 14, 2009 12:23 am

4 Speeds.... should get along OK
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re: New 4 stroke 50 moped

Postby deck99 » Mon Jan 11, 2010 1:42 pm

I would buy a 4 stroke 50cc bike today if it seemed reliable and a guy could get parts, etc.

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re: New 4 stroke 50 moped

Postby supercub » Tue Jan 12, 2010 7:47 am

I would too, and do something like this...
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re: New 4 stroke 50 moped

Postby deck99 » Wed Jan 13, 2010 2:00 pm

I went to the website to look at the 4 stroke ped. It's a shame the photos are limited. You can't really get a good close look at it. I also couldn't see what they had for hop up parts. I wonder who makes the motor that is on that thing?

I wish someone would do a review on that bike. Makes me nervous that they haven't.

Because of the uncertainty I'll probably just buy another new Sprint.

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