Originally Posted by poppawheelie
Not true. I've known of the small Yamaha scooters to blow up when run day after day at speed in hot weather. It's not what there're built for. I think the Chinese 150 did an admirable job considering the strain and 30,000 miles of use. The rider was happy with it.
I have ridden my Zongshen 200GY-2 over 53,000 miles, and it is still running strong.
I'm not trying to contradict anyone in particular. However, people who bash Chinese motorcycles usually don't have any experience with them whatsoever.
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