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polecat
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« on: February 28, 2021, 17:20:30 »

ok lads no more questions on the 125cc it lives a few more screws and she's done had to buy another carb after standing 8 years or so no matter what i done it would not run even put it in an ultrasonic cleaner 1/2 dozen times so just bought another carb job done it was just like the x7 250 that i built up fought all the way very italian like quirky but once fettled good scoots
roll on the summer
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scooter piaggio x7 125cc 2008
bedlington northumberland
Dave Milnes
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« Reply #1 on: March 01, 2021, 12:47:41 »

Good job. Are those carbs getting hard to find a lot of X9 stuff is getting rarer?
Went out for a good long ride yesterday on the Sym in the sunshine. Stayed away from everyone and didn't stop.
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« Reply #2 on: March 01, 2021, 13:56:49 »

dave not many x7 about i just looked at fowlers schematics and ended up buying an evo 125 cos the water cooled bit enters the bottom of the carb to stop it icing up in the winter job done now need to call dvla and sort the log book out
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