Has a review been done on a MC_D150TKA trike gas motor scooter?

by Anonymous

I am trying to determine if people have been satisfied with their purchase of this trike scooter?

Answer: The best way to find information like that you are seeking on this site may be to run a site search. There's a search box at the top of the left column on every single page (there are over 1200 pages on this site now).

I ran this search for you, though, and didn't find anything, which didn't surprise me, as I didn't recall any reviews of this particular scooter.

Anyone out there have information for this reader?

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Jul 11, 2012
mel NEW
by: Anonymous

Hello this Rommel.I just purchase this bike and it is arriving tomorrow..How is the turns ridding this bike?Also how fast can it really go?

Jun 22, 2012
by: Jeff

I got one from scooter Depot, easy to do the final assembly, you have to adjust the carb or you can't do more then 2500 RPM....but it keeps up with traffic well, fun to ride, but with the little wheels if you hit a pot hole you really get jumped around, so you kind of make it a game to miss them, you have to get used to leading over more then on a Motorcycle, just prop your feet up and get ready to ride, I am 6'2" and I am comfortable riding the bike, the GY6 long motor has a million web pages with performance parts so it is easy to get an extra 10 mph for chump change. With just my fat butt on it, she will go 75 MPH, I am not the type to check gas mileage, but it goes a long time on a tank of gas....a long time I picked up an upgrade truck with arm rests for my wife, and the 2 of us tour around pretty comfortable....what the heck if you blow the motor up....250 dollars you have a brand new crate engine, 7 bolts later, you back running....I like Harleys but dang 2 grand for the bike and parts are everywhere and cheap.

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