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Got so many good tips and kind words on the last video, I thought I would try again.

Interested to see or hear about everyone's top 10 products they use to keep their scoots running.

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Good info, I use sta bil all the time, I run leads for battery tender on all my stuff, scooter, quad you name it, batteries last way longer, I have a few multi meters as I did DC wiring for 35 years, I don't pack too many tools in my scooter as I use it mostly in the area I'm at, has fuel injection so nothing I can dick with there, I always have air pressure gauges in all my vehicles especially bikes ,there's not much rubber between you and the ground , cheers

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Interested to see or hear about everyone's top 10 products they use to keep their scoots running.

I'm a fan of some good whiskey...

But seriously, my favorites are a good multimeter, a Dremel with lots of different wheels, micro 12v air pump, LifePO4 battery + battery tender, and a deep set of stainless steel M6 & M8 screws, nuts, and bolts.

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Fuel injection? WTF? Fifty, you are a bbbbbaaaaaddddd man!

Are there pics of your scooter on the site?

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Fuel injection? WTF? Fifty, you are a bbbbbaaaaaddddd man!

Are there pics of your scooter on the site?

SMAX

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Oh, a Yamaha guy aye? lol.

155cc, heard does 80mph stock. I like it much better than the PCX, and I'm a "Honda guy".

Nice bike Fifty!

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Thanks, second bike in my life with FI first was my Yami WR250R,  I live in the mountains close to the southern tip of Alaska so it works great, I've tuned my share of carbs over a very extensive riding career. Just wanted something real easy to run, and she has never hit 80, my gps said 78 hahaha it's a great scoot, just hit the button and go, looking at a small yami 50cc 2 stroke,  love to put a bb kit and start tuning again, just for a hobby, probable better than collecting empty scotch bottles hahaha

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Thanks, second bike in my life with FI first was my Yami WR250R,  I live in the mountains close to the southern tip of Alaska so it works great, I've tuned my share of carbs over a very extensive riding career. Just wanted something real easy to run, and she has never hit 80, my gps said 78 hahaha it's a great scoot, just hit the button and go, looking at a small yami 50cc 2 stroke,  love to put a bb kit and start tuning again, just for a hobby, probable better than collecting empty scotch bottles hahaha

The WR is a great bike. and for sure you know what great suspension and brakes feels like.

Fiddy I bet you got mad rinding skills and just keeping it on the down low.

Prolly Sebaiston Tortelli hiding out in the great white north.

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Not so much anymore, bad back and hips, limit my riding skills now, but I'm one hell of a golfer hahahaha not. I just love riding , if I want to do a lot of dirt now I take the easy way out and take my polaris quad, I'm probable the same age as your mom hahaha cheers.

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Never too old to enjoy life young man, as I see you do. Found it kinda of funny... I gave up golfing to start riding again.

I'm no spring chicken myself, I was born in the 70's.

I actually remember disco dancing...lol.

 

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Buddy I was finished my tour in the Navy before the 70s hahahaha I rode the scoot to the golf course today, I use that little bugger every where around town and out to the lake, what ever, always puts a smile on my face.

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Buddy I was finished my tour in the Navy before the 70s hahahaha I rode the scoot to the golf course today, I use that little bugger every where around town and out to the lake, what ever, always puts a smile on my face.

Canada has a Navy?

 

Oh ya I remember the Canadian Navy.

 

 

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Canada has a Navy?

Canadian Marines are badass. Just sayin'

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