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The front range view isn't that great IMO.

Are you planning any modifications? spikes, etc?


Yeah just for you, sweet tits.. :q:

I thought I would paint it pink and put a big ole areola on the front with a nip... :q:

Maybe some tiger or a leopard print seat... :haw:

And some handle bar tassels... :wth:


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cerealously...

Those Dr Pulley sliding rollers are a good mod. How about a windsheild?

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cerealously...

Those Dr Pulley sliding rollers are a good mod. How about a windsheild?


I've been thinking about the windshield. The wind noise is pretty different at 40-50mph+ than the Zuma...

Yeah the guy that's been hanging out in the for sale area is from a local dealer near me, and he said he can get me one for like $80 something...

I really need to watch it with $ though, I went a little ape chit with the Vino... :q:


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Are you planning any modifications? spikes, etc?

:D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D

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Congrats Dog......now you have a cute scoot too.......too bad you weren't closer.......you could keep up to me........ :)

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The_Head wrote:
The front range view isn't that great IMO.


Yeah, looking at the Rocky Mountains everyday when I ride to work sucks! ;)

As far as power, Altitude doesnt effect the motor as much as some will want to believe. Maybe if your at 10,000 ft... I am at 5000 ft and can see 60 mph on flats. Sounds like your scoot is doing what it should. You should see an improvement in the mpg though, 70 seems low. 85 here.

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Glad you diggin your the new scoot. Since car sales are almost at a standstill....

This is crazy....some of the most reputable car dealerships in Las Vegas are now selling vinos on their lots. Can you believe that?

Can't get financed?
Can't afford the pmt?

We can let you leave empty handed. Take a Vino today!

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Glad you diggin your the new scoot. Since car sales are almost at a standstill....

This is crazy....some of the most reputable car dealerships in Las Vegas are now selling vinos on their lots. Can you believe that?

Can't get financed?
Can't afford the pmt?

We can let you leave empty handed. Take a Vino today!


Yeah that's nuts! The only thing that sucks here is the new ME law! I can't get my ME until August because of the BRC requirement now... :wth:

I guess I should have went and got the permit last month... oh well... can't Monday morning QB it. LOL


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Congrats Dog......now you have a cute scoot too.......too bad you weren't closer.......you could keep up to me........ :)


:q: Is yours a 125? :wth:


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The_Head wrote:
The front range view isn't that great IMO.


Yeah, looking at the Rocky Mountains everyday when I ride to work sucks! ;)

As far as power, Altitude doesnt effect the motor as much as some will want to believe. Maybe if your at 10,000 ft... I am at 5000 ft and can see 60 mph on flats. Sounds like your scoot is doing what it should. You should see an improvement in the mpg though, 70 seems low. 85 here.


the_head is just jealous of our "cute scoots" ;)

he secretly wants to ride on the back... :whip: :q:

Don't cha head?!?! :haw:


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Yeah......mine's a 125.......I kept telling everyone how peppy she was........but no one listens to me....... :)

13 loves riding puppy too!...... :q:

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Yeah......mine's a 125.......I kept telling everyone how peppy she was........but no one listens to me....... :)

13 loves riding puppy too!...... :q:


Duh! It's in your sig... I guess I never caught it... oops :wth:

Nice 13... riding beotch! WOW!!! :q:

Yeah, I don't think people realize how "peppy" they are!

Most people had said the Zuma will beat them off the line, but I don't see how that's the case.

Maybe a modded Zuma???


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I guess people think the Zuma will accelerate faster just because it is a 2t. They forget that the Vino's engine is quite a bit bigger...

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Like 2.5 times as big? (50x2.5=125???)

And just so we are on the same page...duh :doh:


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Like 2.5 times as big? (50x2.5=125???)

And just so we are on the same page...duh :doh:


I think the Vino does weight a touch more than the Zuma...

But not enough to offset the engine displacement... :q:


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