Arrow Hustler 50 2011

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Arrow Hustler 50 2011

Postby fantom2012 » Wed Jun 22, 2011 1:06 pm

What do you guys think, can that be called a good deal or what?
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Postby avai007 » Thu Jun 23, 2011 6:34 pm

I wonder about that quote "has the power of an 85cc engine" ... I don't know of any 85cc scooters, so wonder what they are comparing it to :)

Unless it is actually 85cc, in which case, come 1 July 2011 when new mopeds will need compliance inspection it won't be able to be registered!

We had one of those Hustlers in the workshop yesterday for a blown exhaust gasket at 2185km.
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Postby fantom2012 » Thu Jun 23, 2011 7:32 pm

I asked them what does it exactly mean an 85cc engine in a 50cc scooter and even if so how is that the max. speed is 70kph!!! they said "That’s for us to know and you think about"
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Postby Wilfred » Mon Nov 21, 2011 4:32 pm

I mean If it has the power of an 85cc engine, how the hell the max. speed is only 70?!!!!.. A Jog is nice but too slow, the max. is like 50, there are one's that can go up to 65 while having a 50cc engine so I've been told, you recommend any other brands?
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Postby ae86guy » Tue Nov 22, 2011 7:37 pm

Top speed is not done by cc rating its done by gearing and revs
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Postby Dizzer » Tue Nov 29, 2011 10:13 pm

The Jog is an awesome scooter, once de-restricted and with a perfomance cdi installed, you will top out at around 68-70km/h :)

They never seem to break down much either, most mechanics never have to work on them much unless theyr'e modding them, and when they're not modding them they are either repairing or refusing to repair the cheap chinese scooters. The Arrows, the Jingwangs etc... :lol:
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