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    Scared of MSX 150

    I have a chance to purchase a MSX 150 (2004)...but after reading all of the posts here and many other places...I'm a bit scared of all of the mechanical issues...was this really a lemon?


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    mr. happyfunbear tenjuna's Avatar
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    my understanding is it's not so much a lemon as it is nearly impossible to find someone to work on it once it breaks...and that it's not a good candidate for garage tinkering.

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    expensive parts

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    SPEED KILLS, BUT YOU GET THERE QUICKER Keddano's Avatar
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    It is a well built machine and a good motor,If maintain properly.Yes major parts are expensive,but if serviced properly,they are great. You can not beat the ride.

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