2005 Wildfire 125cc Scooter Review

by Dennis Durrum
(Cowan, TN)

I have been doing regular maintence to my Wildfire scooter, and even got it doing about 65 mph

@8000 rpm, and I had an oil leak on the crankshaft, and I have been waiting for the part for 3 weeks.

I called them every 4 days and they keep saying they will send it. It was initially the 16th when I ordered it. Last time she said someone was out with the flu. All I wanted was my part.

I've ruined two belts and a set of rollers because it's my only transportation. I called to track it today, and she said she would mail it today. She said I would have to pay for overnight shipping.

I talked to a nearby dealership that had problems too. That's why he no longer works on them. If you need a bearing or seal, I would advise to go to a reputable dealer for such, and go to partsforscooters.com for everything.

I've decided to try to see how fast I can make this thing go. When it blows up, good riddance, because I will never work on another Wildfire!

P.S. They are also very rude.
All fed up, Denny

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