2008 xingyue t-260-4 Scooter Review

by Daniel Brown

This is Dan again, I purchased my scooter April 2009, still has not ran, In fact the scooter wires got so hot they all melted together. So I rewired it, have completely took off all plastic so when I do get all new electrical parts, I can check the temperature of the wires with a laser so not to burn wires again.

I still love this scooter, can't wait till everything is o.k. It only has 324 miles on it, rides great when running. I need the real wiring diagram in other words the factory color diagram. Nothing else works.

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Apr 24, 2020
260 scooter NEW
by: Anonymous

260 Chinese scooter xingyue how or where can i fin d a wire harness for this scooter??

Dec 12, 2013
daniel brown sr NEW
by: danielb1941@gmail.comAnonymous

hey daniel you and I have had the same problem. I bought a new 260 xingue shiooing and all $2300 from the scooter store in california. when I got it I was thrilled,rode for 250 miles . It stopped at red light,then sat in my garage 2 yrs.My son & I stripped it completly down to frame the wires burned up on it So WE rewired it.It took a youngman from peurtorico about 15 minits to find the problem It was the ground wire to to the frame. Plus we had to remove the carburater under it is a pice of plastic that you have to silicone both sides ,I now have about 3500 miles on it. but I have another problem, there is a 2 bladed switch right under the cowling front of veh it must have burned out when the wires melted this thing starts the scooter lights everything I can start it using a jumper wire G Luck

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