150cc Sunl Scooter
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I have a 2006 150cc Sunl scooter and to buy many after market parts I’m finding that I need the brand of my engine. The only problem with that is I don’t have the owners manual and can’t find it anywhere on it. Is there anyway to figure it out. Perhaps with the vin?
99% of those Chinese scooters use the same engine which is called a GY6 . There are other numbers which can be found on the side of the engine (engine number) on your 150 will probably find 157QMB. For parts try or there are many many more. I would also encourage you to check out the forum at there are many pages there of good helpful information, good luck with your scooter.
by: G B
on: 27th April 11
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