Yamaha C3 – Owner Reviews Motor Scooter Guide

Rubric: Yamaha | 20 Jun 2015 | Comments Off on Yamaha C3 – Owner Reviews Motor Scooter Guide
Yamaha C3 – Owner Reviews Motor Scooter Guide

YAMAHA C3 / C-CUBED (XF50) – OWNER REVIEWS 2007 YAMAHA C3 Milage: 1000 – 5000 miles Likes: Mileage, Storage space Dislikes: Fuel pump issues Review: “I love this little scooter (I average 115 mpg!), but it won’t keep running in temps over 90. It’s currently sitting in a McDonald’s parking lot and I am NOT happy that I had to walk back to work in temps above 90. I am going to contact Yamaha, but was told in the summer of 2011 that they were not doing anything to fix this issue; it would fall on the owners to fix. I’ll update this after this all plays out.” 2008 YAMAHA C3 Milage: 1000 – 5000 miles Likes: Everything about this scooter. ...

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Yamaha C3 – Performance Upgrade Loobin’ the Tubes

Rubric: Yamaha | 19 Jun 2015 | Comments Off on Yamaha C3 – Performance Upgrade Loobin’ the Tubes
Yamaha C3 – Performance Upgrade Loobin’ the Tubes

Loobin’ the Tubes Yamaha C3 – Performance Upgrade April 23, 2011 To celebrate my third year riding my 2008 Yamaha C3, I decided to void the rest of the warranty and tune up the performance a bit.  Unfortunately, there’s a very small amount of useful information out there about the C3 (aka Giggle, aka Vox).  I’ve pieced together a good bit of information so I’m recording it here for myself and anyone else in the same position. The most important thing to initially know about tuning up the C3 is that you must remove the restrictor washer .  Discussions of C3 performance tuning, roller weight modifications, and other changes all assume that you’ve de-restricted the scooter.  ...

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2008 Yamaha C3 Scooter Review – Motorcycle USA

Rubric: Yamaha | 18 Jun 2015 | Comments Off on 2008 Yamaha C3 Scooter Review – Motorcycle USA
2008 Yamaha C3 Scooter Review – Motorcycle USA

2008 Yamaha C3 Scooter Review It’s easy to have an opinion on Yamaha’s C3, but take a moment to think about the C3’s purpose. Where does the C3 fit into the world of motor scooters? The utilitarian styling and functionality of the C3 has made it an increasingly common site in cityscapes. Well, I believe the Yamaha C3 is an experiment in efficiency. When you add up the specs you can really see how Yamaha has successfully squeezed the most out of the smallest package with this baby. First, Yamaha took a tiny 50cc, 4-stroke engine and added a tuned fuel injection system to achieve a reported 115 mpg. Then on its tiny frame they built a huge, side-hinged storage bin with a nine-gallon ...

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I’m a Proud Owner of a 2007 Yamaha C3 Scooter! – Stephen Fung DOT NET

Rubric: Yamaha | 10 Jun 2015 | Comments Off on I’m a Proud Owner of a 2007 Yamaha C3 Scooter! – Stephen Fung DOT NET
I’m a Proud Owner of a 2007 Yamaha C3 Scooter! – Stephen Fung DOT NET

I’m a Proud Owner of a 2007 Yamaha C3 Scooter! Over the last week, I’ve been tweeting my intentions to buy a scooter. Today, you’re looking at a proud owner of a 2007 Yamaha C3 Scooter. The C3 is also known as the VOX in Asia and the Giggle in Europe. With a massive 49cc’s of displacement, it’s probably weaker than a John Deere ride on mower. Why a Scooter? The motivation to buy one didn’t come from seeing scooters in Taipei. Far from it. Those people are crazy. It came from me realizing that I refilled my tank for $65.00 in my Subaru Impreza after coming back from Taipei. Gas was around $1.20/L when I left…then shot up to $1.49/L when I came back. The news the other night ...

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Yamaha C3 Motor Scooter Guide

Rubric: Yamaha | 23 Apr 2015 | Comments Off on Yamaha C3 Motor Scooter Guide
Yamaha C3 Motor Scooter Guide

YAMAHA C3 / C-CUBED (XF50) Yamaha announced the C3 (pronounced C cubed) as part of their 2007 North American line up (USA Canada). The C3 was the North American name for the XF50 scooter, which was sold as the ‘Vox’ in Japan and the ‘Giggle’ in many European countries. The C3 was the third 50cc scooter in Yamaha’s already strong lineup (Vino 50 and Zuma). While not as popular as the other Yamaha’s, the C3 sold well enough to last for 5 years in the USA (2007 – 2011). In Canada the XF50 was dropped after 2010, but not before offering some great colour options like the military inspired ‘Dark Greenish Gray’ and the two tone Black/Red option. ...

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My First Yamaha C3 Scooter Mods – Stephen Fung DOT NET

Rubric: Yamaha | 28 Feb 2015 | Comments Off on My First Yamaha C3 Scooter Mods – Stephen Fung DOT NET
My First Yamaha C3 Scooter Mods – Stephen Fung DOT NET

My First Yamaha C3 Scooter Mods It’s been about three weeks since I got my Scooter and I’m truly loving the freedom from the pump. I’ve only filled up two times so far, and both times, I’ve been able to fill up with change in my pocket. The first fill of $5.14 did me for around 170KM’s and I’m sure that mileage will pick up as the engine breaks in more. I’m also in a neighborhood with a lot of hills (it’s like a bowl) so I’m sure that has the potential to hurt my maximum gas mileage which most people are reporting that it’s around the range of 200KM’s per fill up. Since I’m not one to leave well enough alone, I had to do a few mods to my scoot to make it more unique ...

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2007 Yamaha C3 Base Reviews, Prices, and Specs

Rubric: Yamaha | 23 Feb 2015 | Comments Off on 2007 Yamaha C3 Base Reviews, Prices, and Specs
2007 Yamaha C3 Base Reviews, Prices, and Specs

View All Photos and Videos 2007 Yamaha C3 Base Photos Videos Have 20,000 miles on my C3 Just on gas prices and mpg vs. my car I have already paid for my scooter. Then if you figure the savings on wear and tear on my car. If I would have put another 20,000 on my car I don’t know what additional repairs I would need on my car. So you can see 134 m. pg I get with my C3 vs. the 20 mpg I get with my car it’s a big savings. I have to drive 10 miles into town. It’s 4 and 5 lanes all the way in. So those big SUVs and trucks have room to pass me. Sometimes I have to drive on 2 lane roads. If the shoulder is paved it’s nice. However, you have to watch out for objects ...

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Yamaha C3 – Performance Followup Loobin’ the Tubes

Rubric: Yamaha | 1 Feb 2015 | Comments Off on Yamaha C3 – Performance Followup Loobin’ the Tubes
Yamaha C3 – Performance Followup Loobin’ the Tubes

Loobin’ the Tubes Yamaha C3 – Performance Followup May 1, 2011 I ended up ordering two new sets of weights – one 5g and one 7g (again, 15x12mm to fit in the stock variator) – in order to experience first hand how they altered performance.  The 7g weights caused the scooter to bog badly – at that gear ratio, the bike simply wasn’t generating enough torque to accelerate well or hold top-end speed.   The 5g weights worked well to improve acceleration up to about 30mph; after that, the acceleration drops off  but is functional to get me up to the peg (about 44mph) on a flat surface and faster on any downhill.  The 5g weights also hold speed better when going uphill.  I now ...

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YamahaC3

Rubric: Yamaha | 28 Jan 2015 | Comments Off on YamahaC3
YamahaC3

New From Yamaha – The C3 Is it just me? Or does this look a little like the old Cushman ( or Salsbury, or. )scooter? Yeah, it’s probably just me. I think it’s principally the shape of the body and the seating that brought the venerable Cushman to mind. Yamaha’s boxy design ( C3. get it? ) certainly looks functional. Yamaha says that there is nine gallons of storage capacity. The C3 is powered by a fuel injected four-stroke 49cc motor and has a friendly seat height of 29 inches. Having about a 30 inch inseam myself, I consider this to be a normal seat height, it’s the rest of you freakishly tall people with your 34 inch inseams that are the weirdoes. Price is $1,999. ...

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Yamaha Scooter Performance eHow

Rubric: Yamaha | 10 Jan 2015 | Comments Off on Yamaha Scooter Performance eHow
Yamaha Scooter Performance eHow

Engine Capability The TMAX, the top end of Yamaha’s lineup, has a fuel-injected, 459 cubic centimeter (cc) parallel, twin-engine. Built with sporty styling, the Zuma has a 49cc, two-stroke engine and automatic transmission. The Zuma 125 has a strong, steel frame, 125 cc, four-stroke engine. The C3 has a three-valve, four-stroke engine, while the Vino Classic has a 49cc, four-stroke engine and automatic transmission. Frame Weight And Quality The Yamaha lineup has a range of frames range from lightweight aluminum, which allows for quick acceleration and speed maintenance, to strong, steel frames, which provides durability on rougher surfaces. More Like This Comments You May Also Like ...

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