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Old 05-21-2014, 05:18 PM   #1
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Question Website with tutorials and info for gy6 scooters

Hy all,
Some time ago i created a website dedicated for gy6 manuals and now i remembered that i could share it with you. I created it so people that own a gy6 scooter dont have to search all over the internet to find some tutorial for like crankshaft install or something
Now i own a second gy6 scooter and i had many problems to fix on both of them and i was always searching on internet like crazy to find a good tutorial about something. So i gathered all information together that you dont need to search like i needed to.

Here is the website link:
http://gy6-info.page.tl/

I belive that there is pretty much all information that you will need to get your scooter in top shape -video tutorials, cdi pinouts etc.

Tell me what you think about it if you have a minute to spend



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Old 05-22-2014, 12:32 PM   #2
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Nice compilation of various chores for a 50cc GY6. Thanks.
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Old 05-22-2014, 01:09 PM   #3
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Hi
Outstanding
I shall sticky the thread
Thanks ever so much for sharing that with us
Take care and ride safely
Yours Hank
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Old 05-23-2014, 01:41 PM   #4
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Hy thanks for sharing your opinions and for sticking it
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Old 07-07-2014, 02:29 AM   #5
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OP...I got deep in that site and saw a suggested PDI from "The Big Guy"...is that you? I had a question about replacing the glass fuse with a blade fuse. You said to not forget the 15 amp fuse when you buy the kit. Is this standard for a 150 cc scooter? (That's what I have coming) Just want to make sure I get the right size fuse...thanks!
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OP...I got deep in that site and saw a suggested PDI from "The Big Guy"...is that you? I had a question about replacing the glass fuse with a blade fuse. You said to not forget the 15 amp fuse when you buy the kit. Is this standard for a 150 cc scooter? (That's what I have coming) Just want to make sure I get the right size fuse...thanks!
hy, sorry for realy realy late response. No i didnt made that PDI. I dont know about this. But i think that if you measure amps with multimeter while riding and every component turned on and then you add a little for reserve, you should get number of amps your fuse needs to be. Good luck.
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Old 10-24-2017, 04:07 PM   #7
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Thanks for this information. I know it was posted a long time ago but your information is still very useful, sometimes its hard to find exactly what your looking for on youtube or the same videos of the same idiots keep showing up. A lot of videos on youtube are poorly explained or information missing/skipped. These to be on point thanks again.
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