Does anyone know how to find information on a 2003 Extreme Feiying Destin scooter?

by Rachelle David
(Kansas City, MO, USA)

I just got a scooter from my grandpa. He told me that it needed a new battery and probably a tune up or the carburetor cleaned out of the gas that has been sitting in it. I'm used to just learning and doing maintenance on my own.

I do a lot of the regular maintenance on my 97 Cougar, and 06 Dakota. But, I can not find information on this Chinese made scooter, owner's manuals or repair guides. I've never had a bike or scooter before so I'm very excited to get it running and get out on it.

He told me it's a 2003 Feiying Destin 150cc. I can't find anything that matches that as a 150cc, only 125cc. So, I'm not posItive on the size. This is the first site I've seen anything positive on a Chinese brand scooter.

So, can you help me out? Can I get an owner's manual in English? Can I get a general repair guide and go from there? Or are the Chinese scooters drastically different?

Thank you so much in advance.

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Nov 08, 2012
Destin Extreme NEW
by: Wayne

The Motor Feiying Destin Extreme was built in Russellville, Arkansas by Dealers Distributing. They may be able to direct you to where you can get parts.
If they can't help, contact in Largo, Florida. I have an Extreme and LOVE it and they can match up any part you need. Good luck.

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