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Mosquito (scooter) - by joe
Too bad the Stinger Mosquito uses cheap wheels, tires, tubes, bearings because most everything else is pretty decent on this aluminum lightweight kick-scooter. I`ve reworked stick wheels/bearings, trued spokes and got things working sorta right. I`d love to replace the stock wheels/hubs with something more serious but 16` stuff is tricky to source so it will be a while before that happens.

Subaru engine is great and the drive system is okay although the gear drive needs to be checked for grease coating the gear teeth. This thing can get up some speed but the cheap wheels/tires don`t feel very safe. Great idea but poorly executed rolling chassis. If you buy one be ready to rework things before it can be reliable.

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Mosquito (goped) - by josh
The mosquito looks great and durable. But after a few hours of owning it the fork bent at around a nintey degree angle. we took it back to the dealer, they took about a month to start working on it. A day or two later the starter busted. We contacted the company they agreed to exchange it for a brand new one. Like the first one the gas cap wouldn`t fit on at all. This one lasted about three gas tanks before the tire went flat, the rim had bent and the rear fork bent,it stopped starting and has sat in my storage ever since.

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