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ICEBEAR VISION 150 (Zuma clone)

Discussion in 'Battle Scooters' started by WR450FADVn, Apr 12, 2020.

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  1. rdhood

    rdhood Been here awhile Supporter

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    I like that folding milk crate.
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  2. Bar None

    Bar None OLD DUDE Supporter

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    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.
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  3. Bar None

    Bar None OLD DUDE Supporter

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    Have one on my 2009 Suzuki TU250X too. BTW finally getting a centerstand for the TU.
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  5. WR450FADVn

    WR450FADVn Adventurer

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    Yes i think so

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  6. WR450FADVn

    WR450FADVn Adventurer

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    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
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  7. WR450FADVn

    WR450FADVn Adventurer

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    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
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  8. WR450FADVn

    WR450FADVn Adventurer

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    Changed out the grips for some pro taper pillow tops. Also painted the fairings

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  9. WR450FADVn

    WR450FADVn Adventurer

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    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.
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  10. WR450FADVn

    WR450FADVn Adventurer

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    This is what it looks like under there
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  11. Bar None

    Bar None OLD DUDE Supporter

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    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?
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    Bar None OLD DUDE Supporter

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    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.
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  13. Bar None

    Bar None OLD DUDE Supporter

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    Think this will be worth doing?
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  14. WR450FADVn

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    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
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  15. WR450FADVn

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    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.

    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07MXHSZ37/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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    Bar None OLD DUDE Supporter

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    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.
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  18. pnw

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    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.
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  19. scootaloo

    scootaloo Been here awhile

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    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
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  20. Bar None

    Bar None OLD DUDE Supporter

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    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.
    https://www.aosom.com/item/aosom-elite-ii-bike-cargo-luggage-trailer-red-black~5664-0005R.html
    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.
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    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.

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