Which scooters are closest to my 2010 Wangye WY50-QT in regards to parts?

by Ami
(Las Vegas, NV)

I recently purchased a 2010 Wangye 49cc 4 stroke scooter from a private party. All identifying markers have been removed so determining the model has been a quest. I took the VIN to the DMV and Police Dept and the scooter has not been reported stolen.

However, it had a rush paint job, the seat lock is broken, the ignition has been hot wired, I was given keys but not to this bike. Even the ID plate which is riveted on has been tampered with. Since they couldn't remove it, they scratched off most information.

I do know it's a 2010 Wangye 4 stroke WY50-QT (possibly a -4), engine family AZTWC 059SAA engine displacement 49cc. It was green with factory stickers on it. The stickers have a cat's head as an emblem. I need parts and if anyone could help in identifying the model or style, it would help immensely.

What other makes and models are similar to this scooter so I can order correct parts? Someone out there has to know.

Thanks. Or if anyone can tell me where I can get a manual for like scooter, it would be appreciated.

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Nov 04, 2014
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by: Anonymous

Pulse lightspeed and zennco matrix are similar. Yamaha jog has the same engine too.

Feb 08, 2012
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by: Jim Zeiser


See if your scooter matches any of these and contact Green Earth

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