Yamaha 50cc Vino upgrades/tune tips|
[Most Recent Entries]
Below are the 7 most recent journal entries recorded in
A Yamaha Vino Community!'s LiveJournal:
|Sunday, September 24th, 2006|
PLEASE GO TO MY OTHER L.J. impact_vino
Hi all - I closed this site when I goofed up and lost the password. I started a new tech/tune scooter L.J. for the Yamaha Vino called, impact_vino.
That's where you need to go if you need to ask questions on tricking out your scooter or hear me ramble about my own breakdowns. Thanks.
|Monday, July 4th, 2005|
THIS VINO GROUP IS NOW CLOSED...GO TO MY OTHER SITE
HELLO SCOOTER FOLKS - Please go to my other Vino community, impact_vino
I started my other Vino site after losing the password fro this one ("sheesh"). On my other site, impact_vino, you will get all the tunes, tricks, and tips for your scooter.
Thanks, enjoy the Summer.
|Tuesday, June 7th, 2005|
Hi, I'm new.
I bought my Vino 125 April/May of 2004, and I LOVE it! I guess this story starts three years previous when my '94 Nissan Sentra broke-down and I started walking to and from my college classes (30 minute walk one way, no big deal)... and even when it got fixed, I never drove it again, and I eventually sold it. I don't know why, I just never wanted to drive it (I got some really weird looks too when I tried to explain I liked
Then, in the Fall semester of 2003, my legs started giving me trouble, and I started looking for transportation I liked.
I looked everywhere; I found the Vino 125 online, and the Yamaha dealer opened in my town shortly thereafter (They still know me by name!).
Now there are days I can barely walk, and my Vino is still my primary mode of transportation, and I'm not givin' it up either!
:) Current Mood: giggly
|Saturday, April 23rd, 2005|
Yamaha Original Vino Forums: provoscooter
|Friday, October 1st, 2004|
|Saturday, October 16th, 2004|
ditto on the comment about bad service at provoscooter.com.
the buddy seat i ordered was out of stock, even though the site listed it as "now in." took them over a month to fill the order, and once it came i felt duped. it doesn't attach to the scooter in any semi-permanent kind of way. it just sits there on the bar, using (i guess) the gravity of your butt to keep it on. my question was if a big bump in the road or sudden move would jostle it and the passenger off.
i have to admit i thought it would come with something... velcro straps, screws, anything that would clip it on to the luggage rack. so now i'm trying to engineer something semi-permanent.
oh and yeah, it's my wife's vino. i have a metropolitan. i see a trend here. the women get the cooler scooters.
|Wednesday, October 6th, 2004|
saw this community is a little dead :)
i don't have a Vino, i have a zuma, a 2004. My girlfriend has a Vino of the same year. I have been riding her vino for the past 3 or 4 days. that thing is so fun. it feel much more like a toy then the zuma does. anyway..
I LIKE VINO'S!