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General Discussion / Electric Scooters
« on: January 15, 2018, 10:24:39 PM »
Times are rapidly changing.  Electric scooters were once rare in Taiwan but they have improved dramatically in the past few years and are becoming much more common.  Now the post office is interested in them, as the following news article shows. 
‘Chunghwa Post rolls out electric fleet for carriers’

I kind of like gas powered bikes the best for a multitude of reasons, but it doesn't matter what I think.  People are buying them and the world is clearly moving in a new direction.  Much of the impetus for that here (a crowded country) is to improve air quality, and even I, a dedicated, life-long, fossil fuel burner, have to admit that I'd rather breathe clean air than dirty air. 

Wolf Classic 150 / Wolf Classic 125 Service Manual
« on: May 20, 2016, 07:36:58 AM »
Wolf Classic 125 service manual can now be downloaded from the home page at:
It is a large file and had to be compressed, so the download could take 10-15 seconds.
This is not a Wolf Classic 150 manual, but aside from the engine bore, it is very, very close and will be beneficial to most home mechanics.  There is an error in it regarding stator testing, but if you ever have to do that I will be pleased to send you the proper info rather than rewrite the procedure here.

RV250 / No more RV250 parts from Taiwan
« on: September 01, 2015, 09:18:38 PM »
I found out quite by surprise last week that SYM Taiwan has decided to stop supporting RV250 parts sales in Taiwan so I will be taking everything off of the RV250 page on my website except for economy air filters. 

 I would like to thank all of my RV250 parts customers for their business over the past four years.  I have no idea if SYM will be making RV250 parts available to customers through their foreign distributors, but I certainly hope so.  The RV250 (also known as Joymax 250 and GTS 250 in some countries) was truly a great bike.
Best regards,
Cam Purvis

« on: November 27, 2011, 08:04:22 PM »
I have genuine SYM SYMBA front baskets and front mounting racks for US$49.00 per set.  Airmail postage is $50.00 per package (because of bulk, not weight).  I can ship two complete sets in the same box for the same price as shipping one set.  If you have a friend who also needs one, this would lower your per unit cost considerably.  Airmail shipping from Taiwan normally takes 8-10 business days. If interested you can contact me:
I accept PayPal.

I'd put a picture in here but am having no luck with the forum's "Insert Image" button.  

Cam Purvis
301 Minfu Street,
Hsinchu City,

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