Honda PCX 150

Discussion in 'Battle Scooters' started by Southerner, Jun 17, 2012.

  1. Smaug1

    Smaug1 Been here awhile

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    Because this is the PCX thread and you're cluttering it up with motor home crap that only a few are interested in.
  2. Smaug1

    Smaug1 Been here awhile

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    Feel free to start a motor home thread elsewhere.
  3. cdwise

    cdwise Long timer

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    Chill out, you are the one who asked to merge threads. Discussion of Capt'n Jim's travels with motorhome and PCX has been in theis thread since early on. This time he's not towing the scoots but sill to branch off now and who knows there might be a motorhome in other's future. Skip over posts that don't interest you since complaining about it is also a waste of space.
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  4. cbolling

    cbolling Here...Hold my Beer.

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    My parents have a motorhome and were asking me about my PCX when I told them it would go 70 mph and get 100 mpg. He was was wondering if he should carry one on the back of his motorhome.
  5. Dabears

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    For a guy who's been a member here a grand total of 4 weeks you might want to cut the rest of the folks here a little slack.
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  6. jon_l

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    Ignore is an awesome tool.
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  7. miner

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    9000 miles that's really good I changed mine when it was to wear bar at 4000 so tried a pirelli this time
  8. miner

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    I take mine to Honda dealer for service thought they where very reasonable
  9. Smaug1

    Smaug1 Been here awhile

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    I've been a member for many years. (At least 10) Lost my logon, so I signed up with a new account.

    Don't pretend like it's a seniority thing. It's about not being selfish. Talk about your goddamned motorhomes in a thread that's NOT supposed to be about 150cc scooters.

    I do understand that motorhomes and scooters are easily confused, but with s little bit more attention to detail, in sure you all can figure it out.
  10. cbolling

    cbolling Here...Hold my Beer.

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  11. cbolling

    cbolling Here...Hold my Beer.

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  12. CaptnJim

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    Wow, Jeremy, easy there, big fella. This isn't worth getting all worked up about. Pretty sure all of us here can tell the difference between a scooter and a motorhome, just like we can tell the difference between civility and sarcasm. Civility goes a long way in making participation here pleasant. Like most forums, this thread wanders a bit, but you're the first to get riled about it. More than a few of us on Battle Scooters have interests that overlap the way we use our scoots. None of this has to dilute your experience here. It also isn't a contest for who's been here the longest - I've found this sub-forum to be friendly and welcoming (most of the time).

    I'd go for a ride to clear my head from this fuss, but I don't have our scoots along with us this trip... posting and reading here keeps me in the "scooter loop". I don't go out of my way to look for or create problems... life is too short to get worked up over the little stuff. And, in the grand scheme of things, this discussion is little stuff. Read what interests you, ignore the rest. When winter in Chicago rolls around, you might enjoy something I'll post about riding my PCX... just like I enjoy reading stuff here right now. Give and take.
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  13. Fiftygrit

    Fiftygrit Been here awhile

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    Thought I would just throw this in just to piss smog off even more, and it's not even a PCX hahahaha cheers.

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  14. Fiftygrit

    Fiftygrit Been here awhile

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    It's good to be older and waaaaay more relaxed.
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  15. Jim T

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    As someone who's turning 71 next week I agree completely with you my friend!

    Jim
  16. davenowherejones

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    58 and i agree but I ride a Forza, you know, the bigger PCX.
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    Yeah... but I'd still much rather be younger and all worked up!! :lol3

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  19. klaviator

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    The one PCX owner I have met here in Huntsville carried his scooter on the back of a motorhome. IMO small scooters and motorhomes go together very well.

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  20. Jim T

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    We're staying at Meyers Flat (in the heart of the Northern California redwoods) at a motorcycle rally. Anyway .......3 of us did the Lost Coast ride. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lost_Coast . We were a pretty eclectic group with a Goldwing trike, a Harley Ultra Classic and me on my Yamaha XT250 dual sport. This is the third time I've done this ride over the last 15 years. The road, while mostly paved, is in terrible shape. I definitely had the best time of the 3 of us.

    So what's this have to do with PCX150's you ask? Well this..............how would a PCX150 of handled these conditions? If I get one I could see myself getting into these conditions from time to time.

    Jim