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The purpose of this Friendly Italian Scooter cafe is mainly to gather

 

1> More informations

2> Share Informations

3> Trouble Shooting

4> Scooter United Friendly Gathering

 

You may also post here if you need any informations about your Scooter, we will try our best to reply you Questions.

 

All useful informations will be updated to the #2 - #3 or #4 posting on 1st page for easy viewing and to help someone who may need it.

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hmm. nice thread. I shall be the 1st to ask/post

 

I've been thru the 2b 2strokers time, the 2a rvf/cbr/gsxr/ninja period n den the cl2. at the end of the day, aft gg 1 round, i ride back 2b. I got a cupkia n frankly speakin, the handling, speed, pickup sucks. top speed at 95-100km/h. moving off from stationary like tortise, den 1 hand ride, the bike wobble like jelly.

den I got a taiwan scoot which sucks at quality. etc.... cut short. wan to get another scoot for daily ride. narrowed down to the 3 italian scoots.

1, AA200, 2, X8 200, 3, ST200.

I like the st200 for its nimble size to zip ard city traffic but I prefer the X8 for its storage but den the AA200 for havin abit storage, medium size and abit looks.

All 3 have about the same fc, parts price shld be ard the same. price wise, st200 being more exp.

 

AA200--- nv ride b4. But last time ride b4 rs125. everytime spoil here spoil there plus parts very ex n abit hard to get.

 

X8--- rode b4 X9 but not the X8. seems to be quite problem esp the water pump thing.

 

ST200--- only rode b4 the runner 180sp. it was a nitemare!! everything u can think of, all spoil. as for the st200. seems like itself oredi got stupid probs even if get new 1. such as water gets into fuel tank, batt die aft few wks, fried rectifier, starting issues, etc... den aft awhile, here n there starts to spoil also..

 

So riders who is riding any of the above mentioned or have ride b4 2 of them or best all 3 got ride b4, pls share some valuable knowledges wid me.

Thanks a mill!!

I LOVE my R1!!!:shades:

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hmm. nice thread. I shall be the 1st to ask/post

 

I've been thru the 2b 2strokers time, the 2a rvf/cbr/gsxr/ninja period n den the cl2. at the end of the day, aft gg 1 round, i ride back 2b. I got a cupkia n frankly speakin, the handling, speed, pickup sucks. top speed at 95-100km/h. moving off from stationary like tortise, den 1 hand ride, the bike wobble like jelly.

den I got a taiwan scoot which sucks at quality. etc.... cut short. wan to get another scoot for daily ride. narrowed down to the 3 italian scoots.

1, AA200, 2, X8 200, 3, ST200.

I like the st200 for its nimble size to zip ard city traffic but I prefer the X8 for its storage but den the AA200 for havin abit storage, medium size and abit looks.

All 3 have about the same fc, parts price shld be ard the same. price wise, st200 being more exp.

 

AA200--- nv ride b4. But last time ride b4 rs125. everytime spoil here spoil there plus parts very ex n abit hard to get.

 

X8--- rode b4 X9 but not the X8. seems to be quite problem esp the water pump thing.

 

ST200--- only rode b4 the runner 180sp. it was a nitemare!! everything u can think of, all spoil. as for the st200. seems like itself oredi got stupid probs even if get new 1. such as water gets into fuel tank, batt die aft few wks, fried rectifier, starting issues, etc... den aft awhile, here n there starts to spoil also..

 

So riders who is riding any of the above mentioned or have ride b4 2 of them or best all 3 got ride b4, pls share some valuable knowledges wid me.

Thanks a mill!!

 

may be i share with you in this way >

 

insurance > piaggio X8 is the cheapest , different min. between $150 - $250 compare to Gilera St200 or AA200 because of the SPORT brand, but all sharing the same CVT and Engine.

 

Personal view > I don't really think there is alot of problem for this italian scooter, main reason is because of leak of maintenance > My explantation > lot of rider like to buy new scooter as we all know first 2-3 years is consider problem free. So most of them just ride the scooter and never really care about it or they may go to some shop that don't really know a lot of the scooter. After 2-3 Years of riding, they just push the scooter to trade in for another bike. Imagine.... the new owner that going to take over scooter, what will happen.... God bless him.

 

I do have friend riding X9, X8, runner, atlantic, they do have have so much problem. main reason they did take care the bike alot like >

1. changing engine oil every 3-4k max

2. Engine flush every 2 oil change

3. Check coolant level, radiator Flush every full servicing at 12,000km

4. Do proper maintenance check on full servicing

 

7 years riding on the road with 120k mileage, engine still in good condition

Coolant pump change was done on the 4th years.

 

So i will say proper maintenance may min. the wear and tear.

 

back to your Question, my advise for you > get something which you feel most comfortable with or more suitable to what you want as there is NO different between the 3 of them but only the out look.

 

Do free to call me, maybe we can talk more about all this scooter, cheers.

 

Just to add >

1. Aprilla Atlantic got the most ex$$$ for the external fairing

2. Runner got the best re-sale value

3. X8 .... what to say? maybe should say normal lor

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Hi Kenny, does future open on Sunday? I know chances are not. I just wanna try my luck.... :sian:

"A government afraid of its citizens is a Democracy. Citizens afraid of government is tyranny!"

— Thomas Jefferson

 

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Hi Kenny, does future open on Sunday? I know chances are not. I just wanna try my luck.... :sian:

 

you already got the answer. Any agent things that needed help?

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One who can maintain peace of mind is happy.

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Gosh, I'm getting a second hand VXR200 06' soon. Any advice bros?

 

some tips to share on checking scooter before you buy >

 

1. Out look

2. engine funny noise

3. coolant pump leaking mark

4. transmission funny sound when idle

5. sit on the bike to test > No need long distance, just play with the thottle and brake, see whelter the mounting is shaking 1 side or not. Check handle bar is it moving very loose or very tight.

6. fork got leaking oil or not

7. how is tyres condition

Kenny Seaw

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How about x9 Evo, I am currently looking for either a x9 Evo or x8.

 

Anyone have news about anywhere selling a goo dpiece do let me know.

 

i got a friend selling his X9 EVO, condition super new, mileage only 10,000km, covered with 2x bike cover, special no. plate. Price is on high side, if interested, please call me.

 

Got 1 more X9 180 for sale, out look condition 8/10, looking at about 1.9k

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AA power but mine sold! Miss it Liao.

Bump for new friendly thread =)

 

so fast sold???

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you already got the answer. Any agent things that needed help?

 

The front brake are simply not functional... Not urgent. Just didn't wanna leave the problem there. Riders shouldn't leave their life to chances... :)

"A government afraid of its citizens is a Democracy. Citizens afraid of government is tyranny!"

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Oh ya, need to get a quotation for the paintwork too. My fren just got his x8 sprayed white by a bike shop under your recommendation rite?

"A government afraid of its citizens is a Democracy. Citizens afraid of government is tyranny!"

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The front brake are simply not functional... Not urgent. Just didn't wanna leave the problem there. Riders shouldn't leave their life to chances... :)

 

humm.... must check, maybe service needed.

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Oh ya, need to get a quotation for the paintwork too. My fren just got his x8 sprayed white by a bike shop under your recommendation rite?

 

Ooo under insurance claim right?

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Ooo under insurance claim right?

 

hhaha.. Yeah... Was planning to do mine white too. Just that time's dam tight for me... Absolutely no time during weekday to drop by. Even if its sat, i'm so bounded by my wife... Grrrr...

 

Hope i can draw some time out this coming 2 weeks to drop by.. :pray:

"A government afraid of its citizens is a Democracy. Citizens afraid of government is tyranny!"

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so fast sold???

 

Of cos sell fast. bike in tip top condition, furthermore recommend & service by ur shop.

I even give the new owner 1 week full warrenty. hahaha:cheeky:

Lc/Rd/Mito/Rvf/BlackBird/Zxr6/Hayabusa/Rxz/S4/Vfr/Dragster/GS11/X9/Vxr/Gts/Atlantic/ Use Legs power currently!

 

Next? :pray: Tio 4D/Toto :pray:

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Anyone has any idea where I can fix up my meter's bulb? It seems way too dark. Maybe the bulb aged. I couldn't really see how fast I was going when it gets relatively dark. :thumb:

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Paisay some more questions. Does the givi D242ST fit x8 and atlantic? What's the price like in SG? :)

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