Eagle Pony 50cc Scooter Review

by Randy
(Chicago, IL)

I had bought one my Eagle Pony 50cc scooter at a dealer back home in Elkhart, Ind. Within 2 wks, the throttle cable broke, I did the break in fluid changes, about 2 months in, dead cell in battery cost me $50.

Ran like a champ after that (with me weighing in around 280-290 or so) on this 50cc. I buried it at 56-57mph! I could easily cruise at 40mph after finally getting there due to my weight I eventually noticed a lag in over all power.

Now I'm about 6-7 months and 8,000 miles later and second tune up I could barely reach 35 like I was on my old 86' jog and was half beating to death (it never went faster than 35, 2 stroke 50cc) about 3 weeks later it wouldn't start anymore.

At the time I was OK with that because it was starting to get cold again, yeah I started riding before temp reached 50! In the end, the kick start wouldn't return to rest position, would not start without exhausting my self and the battery AND stay running for more than 3 minutes and soon enough it wouldn't start again.

All I got from the 50cc 4 stroke was rotation with some "putter" from the exhaust but that was it, it was done for.

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Aug 21, 2020
Scooter problem NEW
by: Robert Redd

I have a 2007 eagle pony 50cc scooter.there are two lines running from the bottom of the tank which looks like a filter.one is a fuel line an one seems to be a vacuum for the intake, but fuel comes out of the vacuum.any suggestions would be greatly appreciated

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