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Discussion in 'Battle Scooters' started by WR450FADVn, Apr 12, 2020.
I like that folding milk crate.
Like OP said it is Yamaha Zuma 125 clone so looks like a lot of aftermarket items for the Zuma will fit such as the rear rack I put on my scooter.
Have one on my 2009 Suzuki TU250X too. BTW finally getting a centerstand for the TU.
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I have never seen the carb so far.
Yes i think so
the electrical stuff seems to be the biggest issue with all the Chinese stuff so we will definitely avoid water. I put dielectric grease on every single plug. Took forever lol
Thanks again for helping me before I pulled the trigger on these. I have been having a blast riding and messing with it. Hit 100 km today
Changed out the grips for some pro taper pillow tops. Also painted the fairings
i dont think ours has a pair valve since it isnt California legal. i replaced all the rubber hoses and got rid of the vacuum petcock in favor of a manual one. to get to the carb pull the seat and the tray below.
This is what it looks like under there
Thanks for the photos. This is the first scooter that I have owned since I sold my SYM HD200 ( which I never had to do anything to except routine maintenance) many years ago so I am new to working on them. Where did you get the manual petcock?
I need to adjust the throttle cable at the carb that is shown in your photo because I have too much free play in the twist throttle even though I have Max adjustment at that end of the cable.
Think this will be worth doing?
the tube on the head is there but the rubber lines and little valve thing are not. i was looking at those highway pegs on ebay but dont like that they dont swing back like normal pegs. for the price they look good though
here is the petcock i ordered. you will need to cut a hole in the panel just above the kick start to be able to reach in there.
Thanks. Ordered it
So there is no air injection system. Good to know. I went back and deleted my posts about it to clean things up.
That highway pegs bracket comes without the pegs so maybe I can add some foldable pegs.
Where did you attach the small hitch part on your scooter, if you don't mind can you post a picture of how you mounted it? I have a bicycle dog carrier and am thinking if I can use it with a Genuine Buddy scooter for grocery runs (along with a Costco folding milk crate that I have sitting around, like yours). Also, if you don't mind saying, how did you rig the rear pit bike type wheels to your cart? The cart I have has easy off bicycle wheels that plug into the cart axle stubs.
My dog carrier is pretty much like this one.
Wow, learn something new every day. Those zuma footrest pegs are something I've never seen before; that'd be great for my People with it's very small foot area. Thanks
My trailer is this one. Have one in SWFL and another in WNC. Pull them behind motorcycles, scooters, ebike, and bicycles for years with no problem.
I wore out the bicycle tires on the trailer which worked fine but decided to replace them with pit bike wheels as you see.
This coupler attached to the shock mount.
Have it on scooter, TU250X, DF250RTG, ebike, bicycle, CT70 clone, mini Jeep.
It has been probably been 10 years since I put the pit bike wheels on but I think I used a long bolt the fit the wheels and attached it to the trailer with u bolts,etc.