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Do you have Brand New Scooter Problems? - What They Dont Tell Us When We Buy a New Scooter!

It lost its zip, it's making funny noises, it doesn't have much power, it doesn't start easy, it just doesn't seem to be the same anymore. We all scratch our head and wonder, "What happened to my great little scooter and why is it falling apart already?"

It lost its zip, its making funny noises, it doesn't have much power, it doesnt start easy, it just doesn't seem to be the same anymore. We all scratch our head and wonder, What happened to my great little scooter and why is it falling apart already?

It's because when we bought the scooter, no one told us the truths about these scooters, and what we need to do to still feel like we made a good purchase and enjoy this wonderful machine.

Here is what no one tells us:

  • These scooters did not come with the best oil from the factory.
  • The Spark Plug they put in at the factory costs .49 cents and is low quality.
  • The air intake system is too much for a one spark plug engine.
  • The brakes need to be adjusted within sixty days as we break-in our new scooter.
  • Replace these Chinese Scooter Parts and we’ll be good as gold.

Here is what the scooter shops should have recommended to you:

  • Replace the engine oil within 300-500 miles (then every 2000 miles is fine).
  • Replace the Spark Plug before you drive it home in the first place with an NGK High Performance Spark Plug.
  • Take off the whole air-intake system and replace it with a UNI racing Air Filter.
  • Adjust the brakes at thirty and sixty days.

These are very easy steps for anyone to do, and once completed, they solve 90% of the basic concerns/problems new scooters might have.

If you are intimidated in the least bit by completing these tasks, hire your local repair shop to do them. If you haven't purchased a scooter yet, require the Company that is selling you the scooter to provide these services as part of the purchase. All of these tasks should take less than one hour and the costs should be less than $50 to $100. Then you'll have a scooter that will last 2000 miles before needing any other service, you won't have buyer's remorse, and you'll enjoy your purchase and the open road with a smile on your face, all the while getting almost 100 miles per gallon.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR


Mark Kemp is the Parts Manager of www.scooterstock.com and the Service manager at our local repair shop at www.endurancescooters.com, located in Orem Utah. He is our resident expert on Chinese Gas Motor Scooter Parts.



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