Hello, new member here! Looking forward to learning how to work on older/vintage scooters. The first scooter we had was a 2005 Honda ruckus, it’s a blast to drive to work every morning.
I recently picked up a 1973 Yamaha V50 I’d like to get going to drive around town and campsites when we go out.
I have a background in the automotive industry, we own dealership in town and though I know my vehicles I haven’t had much experience working on anything mechanical. Any advise, tips/tricks are welcome!
Welcome to the forum Jaydan. It looks like you already have the scooter bug. I'm sure you will learn plenty hanging around here.
Paul Piaggio Typhoon 2019: The new one Yamaha Slider 2002: The problem child Yamaha BWS NG: The Family affair (son now owned) Yamaha Aerox 2008: The fast one (sold) Yamaha Jog RR 2004: The first one (sold)
Post by scootypuffxl on Jun 28, 2020 12:00:01 GMT -5
Hi, new here, names Jeremy. Have 2.5 Chinese scooters. Auto mechanic by trade, newbie scooter mechanic for fun. I have a 200? Gorilla motor works 49cc that turned into a parts scooter, 2012 taotao atm50, and a 2008 vitacci solana (I think). Built a few scooters for friends of mine and still dont know a whole lot about scooters. Thanks in advance for any help or information.
Senna1Rossi: Thanks renagade281!
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