150cc Scooter Parts & Maintenance: DIY Focused Useful Tips

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Charles Benedict Ainslie is the most successful sailor in Olympic history.He lead the team Land Rover BAR for the event 35th America’s Cup in Bermuda.Loves to write on different sailing gadgets & sports commuters in his idle time.

Nowadays almost everyone is unable to attend to their respective working places. This can be because of the problem of the long distance. It can also be because you might have some transportation problems near your area. To avoid such problems, many people buy vehicles like a bicycle, motorbike or even a scooter especially 150cc also. These vehicles especially the scooter gives a fast ride to your destination. Another feature is it that you can even pass through any huge traffic signal as well.

The 150cc scooter is recommended by many. Whether you are up for a solo long trip or for your personal or professional use, you can always rely on this wonder. You will feel like a free bird flying in the blue sky.

Are you ready then? Before you decide to choose this vehicle, you need to know about this vehicle. It will be easier for you to ride the scooter without causing any damage to your vehicle.

Let’s get started. Get here you everything that you want to know about a 150cc scooter.

150cc Scooter Parts: Things To Consider

150cc scooter

Now we are here. Go through the whole content thoroughly about its features and other description as well.

#1 Meter

This scooter has basically two meters as its features. They are the speedometer and the odometer. The speedometer of the scooter indicates your riding speed. That is, it shows you the number of kilometers per hour that you ride. The odometer helps you to keep track of the distance that you rode. It will be pretty helpful for you as you will be able to control the speed of your ride.

#2 Fuel Gauge

Now, what is this fuel gauge? It is one of the most important features of this 150cc scooter. This gauge is an indicator placed alongside the speedometer and the odometer. It indicates the fuel remaining in the fuel dispenser. You must remember that the fuel gauge only works when the scooter is in ON mode. The indicator will also tell when your oil is empty or when you need a change of gear oil. Then you can fill in the tank with new gear oil.

#3 Light Indicator

The light indicator flashes whenever you turn on the headlight of the scooter or when the light is in high beam. Make sure that you apply a low beam of light to prevent any accident or disturbance.

#4 Switches

For your comfort, the 150cc scooter has some switch feature. That the 150cc scooter is key operated. You start its engine by inserting the key in the on the main switch. You cannot remove the key from its position. But you can remove the key after rotating it to the off position. You can even remove the key when it is in the lock position. It is a three in one combination.

Point to be noted: After you have stopped the scooter’s engine does not leave the key in the ON position for a long period of time. It may drain out the battery life. Ensure that you have locked the steering before you park the scooter. This steering lock will prevent the theft of your scooter.

#5 Buttons

Oh, and the scooter also has some button feature as well. The dimmer switch will help you to turn the lights in high or low beam according to the way you want. If you want to signal someone or some vehicles to move or if you want to change your direction you can simply use the turning light switch. The turning light button is not automatic so to switch it off you will have to press the button again

Point to be noted: When you will start the engine, ensure to release the starter switch immediately. Do not keep the switch on. At least not more than 4 seconds.

#6 Seat Lock

You can lock the seat when you are not riding and unlock it before you go for a ride. There is a button for that near your seat.

#7 Brakes

In the 150cc scooter, there are two brakes. One is the rear brake lever and the other is the front brake lever. The rear brake lever is in the left handlebar of your scooter and the front brake lever is on the right side. This point is just so that some of you will not get confused about the brakes.

#8 Storage Compartment

The scooter also has a rear storage compartment right under the seat. On the compartment, you can easily keep your helmet for safekeeping. But remember that the maximum storage capacity of the compartment is not more than 11 lbs.

#9 Another Switch

I know it is a little funny for all the switches but this is important. Sometimes you will have to remove your scooter from its side stand to turn it on. Press the side stand kill switch to turn on/off your scooter. This little piece of information may come in handy as it can happen sometimes.

Go Through Some Checking

You may want to go through some pre-checking of your scooter before you start your riding. This is like a maintenance check.

Thoroughly check for the brakes correct free-play. If necessary, then correct them. All have to do is to ensure that the brakes are working properly. You can ride the scooter at low speed to confirm the fittings of the brakes. If the brake lever feels a little spongy then it means that the brake system has failed. Go through the proper maintenance and do not ride your scooter until it is corrected.

Secondly, check on the brake fluid. Add some more if necessary. Don’t forget to go for a test drive. The fluid can spoil the painted surface or the parts of the scooter made of plastic. Make sure to prevent the fluid leaking as much as possible. Otherwise, it will result in some hazardous damage to your scooter.

Check out for the throttle grip and tires as well. One thing to remember before you check the tires though. The pressure of the 150cc scooter should be checked and adjusted thoroughly.

Always go through the fittings, fasteners, lights, switches, and signal as well. Adjust the mirror of the scooter properly.

150cc Scooter: Facts To Remember

Before you get to ride this wonderful scooter, there are some things that you will have to keep in mind.

#1 Engine

Before you go for a ride, always check if there is sufficient gear oil and fuel or not. This will be your number one priority. Do not at all activate the side stand kill switch button.

In case your engine fails to start:

  • Remove your hand from the start switch
  • Wait for some time and try once again
  • Ensure to preserve the battery
  • Turn the throttle grip to a 1/8-1/4 turn.
  • Push the starter switch again

#2 Acceleration

You can adjust the speed of the 150cc scooter by opening/closing the throttle grip. By turning the grip towards your direction will increase the speed of the scooter. Turning it away the grip will slow down the speed.

#3 Driving Manual

If possible, always try to keep the speed below or at 25 miles per hour if you are riding for 200-300 miles and at 30 miles per hour for 350-550 miles.

150cc scooter Maintenance Guide

Maintenance is something that you will have to perform on your scooter giving priority so that it remains in good working condition for a long period of time.

Cleaning of the air filter

  • Unscrew and remove the left side panel of the scooter.
  • Remove the air filter
  • Unscrew the filter and wash it thoroughly but gently with the cleaning solvent.
  • Squeeze out the remaining solvent to dry it.
  • Apply some engine oil or any recommended oil gently.
  • Reinstall the air filter and the cover

Replace the gear oil

  • Place an oil drain container under the tank.
  • Unscrew the bolt of the crankcase and drain out the bad oil.
  • Squeeze in new gear oil in the oil tank.
  • Screw the bolt back in the tank.


I hope the above information will be very useful to you regarding a 1500cc scooter.

Just don’t forget to wear helmets and other protective gears before going for a ride. Ensure that you drive within the speed limit. Always keep your scooter in fitting condition. Have a nice ride!

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