ICEBEAR VISION 150 (Zuma clone)

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  1. Bar None

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    Just about to go 5,000 km on her. Oil change every 1k km seems kinda short but it only holds 750 ml. She is still running just fine, knock on wood. Could use a bigger gas tank.
    Run to the recycling bin.
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    They use to have one in GA and I think they still do. They will not allow you to pick up the bike there.
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    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    Shipping is probably part of their profit!
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    Bar None OLD DUDE Supporter

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    The scooter is delivered to your house and I don't know what that costs.
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    The range I am getting here in the mountains is about 120 miles or so per tank so I added a 3 liter (.75 gallon) gas can to the top box. Sometimes the mom and pop stores here in the mountains aren't open or have fuel. I also have a 5 liter one that I plan to add to a Honda CT125 if I ever get one.
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    Put .75 gallon of fuel in the 3 liter tank and then rode over the Dragon to test it out. No leaks! Looks like it will hold a bit more fuel and still have room for expansion but .75 is enough.
    Also did the 5k km service when I got home. Knock on wood she is running just fine.
    My KTM scooter parked next to a 790 KTM. :lol3:lol3
    Need some KTM decals for my scooter.


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    ScooterJon Been here awhile

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    @Bar None , loved the red bike in the background....sure is a big flag lol
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    ^^^^^^^^^
    That is a Pacific Coast that is in perfect like new condition.
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    Now that you are pretty well broke-in, what kind of top speed are you seeing?
    Does it feel that it's limited by power or gearing?
    I have heard wildly varying statements of top speed for the 150's and all I have seen on the road have always had the engine turning no faster than mid-range rpm. So, I have begun wondering with the engine not sounding 'wound out' at 50 mph, what's the limiting factor for speed.
    Thoughts?
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    I don't know if it is limited by power or gearing.

    Best speed I have seen here in the mountains on a level run is about 55 MPH sitting upright. That is on my speedometer app on my cell phone. She doesn't have much more.

    If you want to go any faster then this is not the scooter for you. I still think 50 MPH cruising is the most you want to depend on. On the steep grade she will slow down to 35 or less. I see 7000+ RPM on my mini tachometer at 55 MPH.

    I really enjoying just cruising along with her. She's is just fine where I live in FL too.

    NOT a highway bike. Just fine on two lane roads.

    Be riding her up to Deal's Gap tomorrow.
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    Back in SW Florida for the winter. Out of the Sanibel Island Causeway watching the kite surfers. 5600 km on her and running just fine, knock on wood.

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    Killing time waiting out Eta here in SW Flprida.
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    Ordering the same Yamaha rack for my incoming 50cc version. Went Matte Black.

    Love this thread by the way. Very informative. Not much info online on this specific model.
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    Was that standard scooter trunk a direct bolt on for the Yamaha rack?
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    =retread= more MPG

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    must use that gas can for your power tools and stuff. seems a little overkill for a little extra gas to carry if needed.
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    Congrats on getting the Ice Bear Vision. My top case bolted on just fine.
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    I only use it in my travels in the remote areas of Western North Carolina where finding open gas stations can be a issue late at night. A couple of the mom and pop run ones can be closed during the day too. Sometimes I use to carry my battery powered chain saw in my sidecar. Will do that again along with extra gas when I get my 2021 Ural cT in December.
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    Do you know if the IceBear on the side panels are stickers or bolted on? Was thinking of removing them when mine comes in

    Al