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ZNEN PUMA 150cc Freebird Cardenza Retro 150cc Scooter Review Test Drive

Test Driving the new ZNEN 150cc it's sold in the USA under many different names and we review it for the dealers and talk about the parts we have available for it at http://www.mrp-speed.com Featuring the only Dyno Tested ZNEN 150cc Retro Style Stainless Steel Performance Exhaust for 150cc and 125cc GY6 4-stroke B QMJ152/157 QMI152/157 engine based scooters. Fits models with 12" rear wheel ZNEN Cardenza BMS Qlink Puma freebird 150cc


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My opinion on the lower end brands Why I would avoid buying a used or even new SUNL, Roketa, Tank Motorsports vehicle. Stay away from this stuff as a store if you value your dealers license and you want to stay in business. There's a lot of good brands working in China these days like Piaggio - Vespa, CFMOTO, Kymco, SYM and the mainland product can be as good as Taiwan or other countries depending on who is helping make it. The other guys I just mentioned like Tank don't care about quality, EPA, or meeting US state dealers laws. This lower end of the spectrum give everyone a bad rep. Stay away from it if you want to stay in business long term. Again just an opinion....

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