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Old 01-27-2009, 08:25 AM   #1
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Hi all, can anyone tell me where I can get parts for my 2006 Zongshen ZS 250-5 cruiser? I desperately need a new CDI and I can't find one anywhere??
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Old 01-27-2009, 09:22 AM   #2
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Easy, just go to the Zongshen parts store and pick up whatever you need.
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Old 01-27-2009, 10:40 AM   #3
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China would be my guess, maybe who ever sold it to you has a number for an importer.

I think the reality is you just learned a valuable life-lesson, IE Don't buy cheap-ass Chinese crap. If you want a cheap ride buy a used Japanese bike from a company with an established dealer support network.
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Old 01-27-2009, 01:41 PM   #4
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Apparently, this guy is a Dealer in LA.

Shoot him an e-mail: FarhanEnter@aol.com

You might try taking the bad CDI to a scooter dealer and see if it resembles anything he has. Especially if you find a Dealer that has any 'blowed-up' bikes.

It appears the 'Zonger 250' might be prone to case failures around the kickstarter, too. Maybe that's the 125's. A quick surf has all sorts of stuff, mostly bad on the subject of Zongchen-ses.

Good luck!
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China would be my guess, maybe who ever sold it to you has a number for an importer.

I think the reality is you just learned a valuable life-lesson, IE Don't buy cheap-ass Chinese crap. If you want a cheap ride buy a used Japanese bike from a company with an established dealer support network.
I have to say that you do not know China at all!!!
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I have to say that you do not know China at all!!!
Maybe not - but we know cheap shyte when we see it!
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I have to say that you do not know China at all!!!
That's very true and I mean no insult. I'm sure China builds some very high quality products however there seems to be an inordinate amount of low quality goods imported into this country.

From my own experiance with bearings, tools, nuts and bolts made of soft metal to pipe flanges that showed inferior metallurgy causing them to fail well below their pressure rating, all the way to toothpaste with toxic chemicals to dog food to shoes that fall apart to cheap knock-offs of almost every product availabe China has flooded our markets with what amounts to little more than junk.
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That's very true and I mean no insult. I'm sure China builds some very high quality products however there seems to be an inordinate amount of low quality goods imported into this country.

From my own experiance with bearings, tools, nuts and bolts made of soft metal to pipe flanges that showed inferior metallurgy causing them to fail well below their pressure rating, all the way to toothpaste with toxic chemicals to dog food to shoes that fall apart to cheap knock-offs of almost every product availabe China has flooded our markets with what amounts to little more than junk.

Here here!! Good show old chap!
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Here here!! Good show old chap!
Hrumph.. yaz yaz...indeed.... trying to be polite eh old trout...no sense antagonizing the little devil eh wot?....
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That's very true and I mean no insult. I'm sure China builds some very high quality products however there seems to be an inordinate amount of low quality goods imported into this country.
That's right, Sarnali, in the classic colonial scenario, the industrialized nation imports raw materials from the colony and produces finished goods (often of dubious quality) to ship back to the colony. The icing on the cake for the colonial power is holding vast amounts of debt from the colony and earning interest on the money they lend the colony to buy the cheap goods! It's a great setup! If you're China.
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