Nice little bike
I don't believe these bikes will do more than 65 on the flat after removing the limiter, (and that's indicated, not real), and barely more downhill. They will slow on any sort of hill. I'm 85 kg and most cars get off the mark much faster than me. In a word, they are gutless. Otherwise, nice little town bike that usually does better than 45 km/lt.
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Economical and reliable
I bought one new around a year ago from team moto Brisbane it was delivered with rego and haven't had any problems at all with it.
Found it a little on the slow side with the speed limiter so had that fixed by a scooter guy on Gumtree which cost I think about 150 bucks including the required part. Now gets up to 70-75kmh on a flat which feels a bit safer and more sensible than being limited to 50kmh.
Probably the best thing about this model over other scooters is its a 4 stroke, so that means you can fill up at the servo so there's no ne...ed mess about with oil mixes. I don't ride it a lot more of a recreational vehicle really, it is quite gutless up hills but you don't need a motorbike licence to ride it - in Qld state anyway.. So overall its cool to cruise around on and makes parking super easy at Christmas or at the motor registry or at the beach etc. all those frustrating places so its worth it just for that to me.
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This scooter is amazing to ride for a small scooter and breaks surprisingly good can get up to 75-80 down hills or flat road. Its very easy to ride and feet reach ground for beginners easily. Around city 2 dollars a week usually iner city daily ride 4 dollars a week.
So its cheaper than a train.
But caution on repairs if you leave them to late cost is like 500
so repair every 3 months not 6 or 12 . even if small repairs.
cause issues get bigger like break pads.
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Get on a good scooter
first time on road for me at 54 years riding scooter great commuter and fun I wish i got bigger scooter 125cc would be easier getting up hills.I have problems with speedo not reading correct about 10k over speed limit, fuel gauge keeps getting stuck on full, electric start ceased up twice (cleaned first time then ceased again 1 week later)waiting on return call for new part travelling back to replace parts becomes inconvenient, that aside yes I will keep on riding hopefully bigger scooter
stated above the faults
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Had my bike for 3 years, 11,000km with little problems with how it runs at all. Good storage underneath seat though full face helmets will require a back pannier. Would recommend this bike for price/value to all my friends as a great learner and everyday bike but my 60kg+ dad will make it struggle! Still going strong and ride everyday to work. Forget doing manual starts -even the mechanic couldn't get it to work!
Very good bikes for girls, can do 110km/h for lightweight riders, great fuel economy, good learner bike, lightweight enough to move ...
Questions & Answers
Hi, my Kymco at the fist start (from cold) starts and after a few seconds seconds shuts down going down in revs.
I have changed the carburettor, spark plug (starter) and control unit but the problem persists.
This only happens when cold after at least 10 hours with both manual and electric ignition, but with the latter it often produces an idle sound from the starter motor.
What else can I check?
It should idle quickly when first started and then return to idle revs when it's warmed a bit. Maybe the idle revs are a bit low. Mine tends to stall at the traffic lights after cruising in cold weat...her. For yours, I would just hold the throttle open a little bit after starting to keep the revs up for a while. It sounds like a simple adjustment but maybe best left for a mechanic.
I have a Kymco cross racer and I put the wrong oil in instead of 2 stroke now it won’t start how do I drain out the oil there’s no drain plug??
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