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Old 02-20-2004, 10:44 PM   #1
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Default FS: 2003 Yamaha Zuma Scooter perfect for commuting or pit bike

I'm selling a 2003 Yamaha Zuma Scooter with ~850 miles and still under factory warranty. It was actually bought in August of 03. It is 100% perfect. This was intended for my girlfriend but she isn't into motorcycles/scooters. It is a perfect commuter for SF, will do 45+. I'm 6'3" and I have no issues keeping up with the insane drivers in SF.

This is perfect for a pit bike for any track junkies. It has beefy off-road tires so it will get you anywhere. It even has Brembo's!!! It has been garaged since day 1.Of course, factory break-in was followed to the letter, with service done at 600mi per factory specs.

The dealers here in SF are asking 2300-2400 out the door, Im asking $1650.

Any issues, dont post, please PM. EMAIL/PM to set up an appointment to view it.

Theres a neat lockable storage under the seat that has a foam pad to protect your helmet:
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Old 02-20-2004, 10:44 PM   #2
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Here are the specs if you arent familiar:
Itís time to get sporty aboard the totally re-styled Zuma! Slicker-than-ever styling includes sleek new bodywork and an all-new, dual headlight. Zippy 49cc engine with higher compression and new carburetion provide more power and a wider powerband. New telescopic fork with larger outer tubes delivers a firmer, more compliant stroke and more comfort. Racy new 5-spoke cast wheels with fat, lower-profile tires give you a large contact patch for versatile riding around town or around the camp site. Fuss-free electric starting and fully automatic V-belt transmission provide convenience and minimal maintenance. New-design rear cargo rack with passenger grabrails are a welcome addition to this new model.


All-New for 2002:

All-new, super-sporty styling and bodywork creates a racier package with a more aggressive profile and riding position.
Longer wheelbase (50.2") and slightly larger dimensions (74.4" L x 27.8"W x 43.7"H) enhances rider comfort with roomier ergonomics.
Feisty 49cc, air-cooled, 2-stroke engine features a higher 7.2:1 compression ratio (up from 7:1) for stronger, more usable power perfect for around-town performance.
All-new 14mm Teikei carburetor ensures seamless fuel delivery and crisp throttle response.
All-new 5-spoke cast wheels wear fat new, lower-profile 120/90-10 front and 130/90-10 rear tires that deliver tons of grip and attitude.
All-new telescopic fork features beefier outer tubes for stiffer, more compliant stroke, while new slider shrouds help protect inner tubes from debris.
Wider front apron and floorboards enhance Zuma's sporty profile while providing improved wind/weather protection and all-day comfort.
All-new headlight system features dual bulbs with housings mounted atop (vs. recessed) the fairing for greater visibility and a sportier finish.
Plush dual seat is longer and wider for improved rider and passenger comfort.
Sturdy rear cargo rack boasts all-new stainless finish and features extensions that double as passenger grabrails.


Reed valve induction provides excellent throttle response and power delivery.
Fan-assisted cooling cooling system keeps engine temperatures reliably under control, even while idling at stoplights, for maximum efficiency and longer engine life.
Exclusive Autolube Oil Injection System ensures no mess or hassle of premixing fuel and oil.
Easy-to-read warning light located on instrument panel alerts rider when oil level gets low.
Easy, dependable electric starting with backup kickstarter.
Fully automatic V-belt transmission ensures easy, twist-the-throttle-and-go operation.
DC-CDI system provides precise, high-voltage spark for seamless engine performance and excellent reliability.
Automatic choke makes cold starting a cinch.


Step-through frame design allows easy mounting.
Telescopic front fork with 2.1" of travel smoothly soak up what the road throws the rider's way.
Single rear shock with 1.8" of travel ensures plush ride quality in either solo or two-up mode.
155mm hydraulic front disc and rear drum brakes combine for serious stopping power.

Additional Features:

Electronic fuel gauge lets rider easily keep track of gas level.
Easy-to-read instrument panel features turn signal, high-beam and low oil indicator lights.
Push-to-cancel-type turn signals enhance ease of use.
Front and rear side reflectors help maximize conspicuity in city traffic.

Tech Specs


Type 49cc, air-cooled, reed valve-inducted, 2-stroke single
Bore x stroke / mm 40 x 39.2mm
Transmission V-belt automatic
Ignition CDI
Compression Ratio 7.2:1
Carburetion 14mm Teikei

Suspension/Front Telescopic fork; 2.1" travel
Brakes/Front 155mm disc
Suspension/Rear Single shock; 1.8" travel
Brakes/Rear Drum
Tires/Front 120/90-10
Tires/Rear 130/90-10
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Old 02-22-2004, 04:09 AM   #3
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what gas mileage do you get on this thing?
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