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    Zongshen GS250

    Hey guys had a look at one of these at strada motorcycles today are they any good. Will they take me long distances no probs? They would give it to me 4 $2000.00 with trade. Opinions thanks

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    how does FUCK NO sound take your 2k and buy a 2nd hand older bike also resale would be zip nada nothing or stigk with the gn

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve 555 View Post
    Hey guys had a look at one of these at strada motorcycles today are they any good. Will they take me long distances no probs? They would give it to me 4 $2000.00 with trade. Opinions thanks
    Uh ... why would you bother? Don't be fooled by the name. It has a smaller engine than the GN and is probably heavier. It's also a single - like the GN. If it's an upgrade you're looking for, this is not it.
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    Right got the message thanks

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    I've never seen these ones before. Reminds me of the GPZ.
    Looks like they sell in the US for around NZ$3,900 delivered.

    I think the fellas are right. You're better off with the GN.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Black Bandit View Post
    Uh ... why would you bother? Don't be fooled by the name. It has a smaller engine than the GN and is probably heavier. It's also a single - like the GN. If it's an upgrade you're looking for, this is not it.
    Too right... in fact the GN's are actually slightly gruntier so it would be a downgrade, if anything!

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    ZONGSHEN GSM GS 250cc
    SPECIFICATIONS

    Engine Displacement 230cc 4 Stroke
    Cooling Air-cooling
    Transmission Chain
    Ignition C.D.I.
    Starter Electric/Kick
    Max Speed 80 mph

    http://www.gekgo.com/zongshen-gsm-gs250-scooter.html

    looks interesting
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    looks like they were going for a vtr thou look


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    The Zongshen GS250 features a durable light-weight design,
    wide-range single headlight, front & rear disk brakes, dual rear-view mirrors, ABS rear braking system and a engine protective cover.


    ABS rear braking system ? makes you wonder why they didn't do ABS on the front too
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    I wouldnt touch one, they're selling those for 5k, better to buy a second hand 250, a twin or fo cylinder.

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    ok wont touch one wow something people dislike more than a gn thats a first.

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    Does this mean that GN,s are no longer the bike you run down when you,ve had a bad day?
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    it has good fashion charm and baked varnish finish

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    It's got a flux capacitor! Buy it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve 555 View Post
    Hey guys had a look at one of these at strada motorcycles today are they any good. Will they take me long distances no probs? They would give it to me 4 $2000.00 with trade. Opinions thanks

    hahahahahahaha i wouldn't take one if the chinsee paid me $2000. im not a GN fan but keep your GN any day instread ov getting any thing chinsee

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