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macgyver
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Location: N Illinois

New Guy Here

Postby macgyver » Tue Jan 06, 2015 4:54 pm

Hello everyone I'm new to scooters but not to 2 wheels. (Used to race some
Time ago) I have a clean slate to work with so I'm open to constructive
Sugestions what I have is a 2013 Kymco Super8 150. Let me know what
will make it go & where to get parts at. I live in N Illinois but at present
I'm in East Tn.

dan v
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Location: Grand Rapids, Michigan USA

Postby dan v » Tue Jan 06, 2015 7:10 pm

It doesn't "go"?
How many scoots is too many?

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Postby Areomyst » Wed Jan 07, 2015 8:22 pm

Welcome to the forum!

The Super 8 150 is going to be a better platform to work with than the typical GY6 as the parts are higher quality and somewhat better performing as well. You can install a big-bore cylinder along with some CVT modifications to get it running a bit better than factory, but before going too far in-depth with suggestions it's important to know more about what your goals are with the machine.

I've been working on getting detailed camshaft profiles for the cams that are available on the market. Unfortunately I haven't had time to work much on that lately. I believe the Super 8 150 comes with a better than average camshaft already though. I could easily be mistaken about that though...

Anyway, let us know more about what you want out of the machine, what kind of money you want to spend, etc etc, and perhaps a bit more relevant advice can be given. :)

Ciao!

~Josh
"The more a man learns, the more he realizes how little he knows."

macgyver
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Joined: Sun Dec 21, 2014 4:29 pm
Location: N Illinois

new guy

Postby macgyver » Wed Jan 07, 2015 9:00 pm

All I'm looking for is a good running scooter. The way it runs now is
Not bad just want it to run strong. Being new to scooters I thought
asking someone with experience as to what is the best bang for
The buck. I was thinking a better exhaust. Ignition upgrade. Different
air filter. And improvement to variator clutch & other parts. With that
Suggest away.
Thanks Josh


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