2008 Daymak Saigon 150cc Scooter Review

by Robert Langham
(Guelph, Ontario, Canada)

I bought my Daymak scooter in Guelph Ontario in 2008 and now have 1900klm on it. I added a bicycle speedometer to it as the speedo that comes with it reads about 8-9klm too high. I also added an audible directional turn signal, so I will hear if the turn signal is on after a turn, I cannot see the light on the dash when it is sunny, picked a buzzer up at radio shack for a few dollars.

I have changed the oil 3 times, had the centre stand off and had to repair it, but it is my pride and joy and I only ride it about 4 times a week locally. I love doing work on it, passed my M1 and finally my M licence on it, would recommend it to a mechanically inclined person only though.

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Aug 01, 2012
daymak rider needs help help NEW
by: Anonymous

hi Rob
my name is Jay from Cambridge Ont and i also have a 2008 saigon 150cc 4-stroke scooter daymak and im having wiring problems and i need help !!!!! wiring diagram or a owners manual or a shop that works on gas daymak scooters in the area we live in help help can u reply back by email at jmurf.jm@gmail.com thank you soo much

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