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Daelim NS 125 III

Daelim NS 125 III

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    VJ82

    VJ82Sydney

    Love this scooter

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    I just bought a used 2006 model. Love it.

    This is very well put together. Panels , paint, mechanical as good as a car.

    The Korean build quality seems much better than similar sized Chinese or Taiwanese and way ahead of the Italian scooters I researched and viewed.

    After riding and owning more than 20 bikes over 30 years I can say that I enjoy it even more than my larger bikes. Admiitedly that is around town.

    Very zippy, brakes well and handles fine. The size is also good for an adult rather than many of the tiny scooters around.
    Power, Quality of fit and finish,
    Headlights need more powerful globes,

    Faultless commuting and a bit of fun

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    Excellent

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    For what is out there,the NS 125 is good value.The seating is better than the TGB 125 for a persn who wants a comfortable safe ride i say, try theDaelim. P Boyns
    the overall product is so well made,the wide floor plan is good for my bowls bag and enough room left for my feetand ride safely.
    no wind shield

    Excellent

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    This is great first scooter for anyone. It is easy to ride and very reliable . It just keeps going and going. I would recommned this to anyone who wants to get a scooter. there is heaps of room and easliy handle 2 people . It is also reallly good for us taller folk.
    I am six foot 4 and it is a comfortable ride. It picks up well at the traffic lights and is consistent consistent consistent. It does what it is meant to do and does it well. It handles really well and is great for zipping down to the shops or commuting to work
    No falults maybe a windsheild.

    Questions & Answers

    Tsegii

    Tsegiiasked

    How to charge front shocks fork oil?

    No answers
    Greg K

    Greg Kasked

    I have a daelim ns125 !! I’m ha ung trouble starting it works fine then when I try too start it again again nothing it turns over but won’t fire any ideas?

    2 answers
    Vic
    Vic

    Sorry but I have not experienced this problem.

    Wendy
    Wendy

    You know the clutch has to be held in to start? Also the side stand has to be be up or it will not start. Then if still won't start check coil, fuel, carby. It's something simple keep checking above. Had the same problem

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