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    Picked up a honda reflex scooter for the wife today. 06 "sport" model. It has 863 miles on it and ride like a cadillac. Im in the process on riding it home from joliet "chicago" illinois. About 220+ mile trip.

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    Well,it is a Honda,should last a LONG time!.What size is it(engine?).Tell us more about it!.

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    250cc liquid cooled, disk brakes f/r, lots of storage under seat, has a glove box also. We just got home. 230 mile ride. 70mph at about 7,300 rpm. Smooth as butter. I think it will top out around 85mph. I hit about 83 for a short period.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Small's View Post
    250cc liquid cooled, disk brakes f/r, lots of storage under seat, has a glove box also. We just got home. 230 mile ride. 70mph at about 7,300 rpm. Smooth as butter. I think it will top out around 85mph. I hit about 83 for a short period.
    Nice!

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    Nice scooter, I used to own one myself. I bought it from the 2nd owner who went down and it needed a new fairing, windscreen and headlight. Put it together with ebay parts and had a nice scooter for under a grand. My girlfriend has had the (mis)fortune of riding pillion on many different bikes and the Reflex was her favorite by far. I still get crap from her for selling it. I Was able to touch 85mph, and @70mph could cruise all day. Good luck with the new toy.

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    Sweet, I've been pondering on getting one for the GF. Enjoy!
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    Scooters are great and fun to drive. Nothin' like twist 'n go. My hubby and I owned a 2008 Suzuki Burgman 400 for a couple of years and we recently traded it in for a 2011 Suzuki Burgman 650 Executive. This one a bit more gutsy for hauling the two of us lardbuckets, not to mention a couple bags of groceries and a sixer or two under the seat. Nice!

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