Question about 2008 Qlink Legend 250
Hi, Anonymous the answer to this question is way above my pay grade for this situation, I would call or visit my local dealer or reputable shop's service/parts department and inquire about any possible quick fix, answers or parts enquire. Good luck and have a wonderful day.
Posted on Dec 02, 2019
Absolutely. I bought a 2007 Legend used with 1100mi. I'm at about 29,800mi now after two years of riding it hard. This thing won't die! No, problems yet [aside from routine maintenance] only had to replace the oil (regularly of course), fuel filter, air filter, brakes, battery (my fault poor maintenance), headlamp, and tires. All in all I have less than $500 tied up aside from initial cost ($900). I spend about $12 a week on gas with almost 200mi worth of work commute and I ride it daily for a money saver. Insurance costs me $68/yr. The bike is fun, agile, and runs strong. The engine feels like it did the first time I rode it. I don't think this thing will ever die. Another thing is that it is different so it does attract attention and the bike looks really nice in a classic cruiser simplicity. It has power for a small 250 pushing 24hp (I am a 260lb 6'4" guy) and will move. Had the speedo buried once at 100mph and it felt a bit to fast for the bike so I backed off but it was still climbing. I did add new fuel hoses, a fuel filter, rejetted, and replaced the spark plugs and wires with NGKs. It is very quick on the acceleration for the engine size also. This things eats whatever I throw at it and it doesn't complain. After about 30 months of riding daily I am about to replace the main wiring harness, cdi, diode, and rectifier (which is having a minor recharge malfunction that cuases my lights to dim very slightly at high RPM) which will cost me about another $100 in all.
So, for $1500 + gas, I have been riding daily for over two years and this thing starts the moment I push the button, like a champ, every time...
Yeah, I'd agree, I am hooked. I am looking forward to purchasing another motorcycle from Qlink in the near future.
Posted on Jul 26, 2014
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