Written on: 22/10/2013 by Liam115 (1 review written)
Have a 1999 speedfight mint bikes very reliable, Have slight problem with it started to get worse Very loud nocking noise etc from where the air fan is Took fan of and theres slight movement when you move the magneto Up and down and when turn it its like something not right like some kind Bearings have gone makes very loud noises Anyone no what it could be? Be great help (read more)
Written on: 01/10/2013 by Badluv
This is my 4th speedfight 2 the first one I bought was hard work regularly breaking down . So sold it . But the others have been fine . Like mentioned in other reviews regular main trance with the bikes is key and having built in locks at the rear is fantastic , no more lugging around heavy chains just an extra key . I bought this one as spares and repairs for all of £200 as the guy fitted a new engine but it kept cutting out . So after a quick read of the Haynes manual found it to be the... (read more)
Written on: 03/06/2013 by JamesGammon
I have a 50cc peugeot speedfight 51 plate I bought it off a friend last year when it only had 16,000 miles on it. My friend had done a lot of quick fixes just to sell it, since I have had it it has had a new exhaust, two new starter motors, new starter relay, full kickstart and transmission re-build. It is on stop again now, it took some time to start in the rain, it went about three miles and then when I slowed down for the junction it cut out and wouldn't start again, hoping it just needs... (read more)
Written on: 20/10/2012
Hi I. Bought A speedfight2 100cc model off my mate it is in very good condition for its age as he only put 2000 mile. On the clock and then put it in a shed I seviced it when I got it. But I have noticed it is a bit lazy on eletric starter. Is this a common fault or not also its a bit small on seat for two apart from that the bike is good fun to ride i (read more)
Written on: 16/09/2012
i bought my 100cc 2007 rally victories model when it was just 18 months ols with 950mls on the clock, there is no arguement that it`s one of the best looking spoets scooters and being a 100 rather than 125 insurance is cheap, it came with a cat exhaust system and bog standard and would top out at 58/60 mph, not that quick but it`s a honda designed motor and there are many tuning improvements you can make if you want more speed/acceleration, it depends on your budget and technical know how... (read more)
Written on: 18/04/2012 by acko2312
i have had this bike since i was 17 and i have to say it has never let me down. but does need servicing every 6000 miles and if you want to save money get a Haynes manual and do it your self but its an all round cracking little bike and if you fit an sports exhaust it will easily hit 65 mph! (read more)
Written on: 20/12/2009
i have a peugeot speedfight 2 wrc(50cc)2005. wen its cold and u want to pull of it doesnt go anywhere and loads of blue smoke comes out the exhaust and wen its hot its ok. but lately im having trouble starting it and it started to back fire aswell and revs up and cuts out i dont no whats wrong with it and its using loads of oil and petrol to.
please someone help me to try sort it. (read more)
Written on: 22/12/2008
If you like drifting this is quite simple to handle while sliding round corners but it aint a vespa. Mine is preowned and was already kitted out with a fair amount of sports parts it accelarates like stink and handles really well plus looks bitching. It has broken down a couple of times but i mainly think the previous owner set it up completely wrong and did some nasty work on it and not much low end power which means i cant do any chavvie tricks without difficulty (read more)
Written on: 27/05/2008
The hoses on my Peugeot Speedfight tend to corrode, but can be snipped and reattached. Needs regular maintenance and servicing, but a good little machine to and from work. (read more)
Written on: 02/04/2008
I bought my Peugeot Speedfight 2 in January 07 and it has been nothing but problems, the engine had to be rebuilt as there was a manufactures default in the engine. But since I placed a Polini variator in it its been fine as well as quick. (read more)
Written on: 10/02/2008
My x reg scooters done 28000 and still does 60mph and thats just a standard 100cc. If i put a sports exhuast, sports rollers and get it tuned, it will fly. only problem I have had is to change the stating motor. Regular sevices and mots have all played a big part in my scooters lasting. defo recommend!!! (read more)
Written on: 25/01/2008
Starting on my Peugeot Speedfight is a major problem. Getting it fixed an hopefully it will be all good after that, still mines done 25,0000 miles and is going well I hope when I get it back! (read more)
Written on: 07/01/2008 by hornblower
The peugeot speedfight is an all round good scooter and is also nice on the eyes. It is good on corners, quick at taking off and has good acceleration. (read more)
Written on: 08/09/2007 by 5P33DF1GHT
If you want a moped, go for a Speedfight because I can't find a real fault with them. They are fast and good through town. Mine is pretty reliable, it hasn't broke down once and I even drove 120 miles on it - it went perfect and I would recommend a Speedfight to anyone. (read more)
Written on: 05/06/2007 by dersel1
If you do have a problem with starting it I have found a solution. What you have to do it put your foot on the stand and rock the bike back and forward for about 30 seconds. if this doesn't not work put your keys in and leave the moped on but do not start it after a few mins it will start and kick out a lot of smoke, but it always works for me.
And when leaving your bike with the keys in please stay with it - nothing worse then someone coming along and trying to steel it. (read more)
Written on: 04/06/2007 by QwackeR (1 review written)
My Peugeot Speedfight goes about 60mph+, if I push it I can get 65 down hill, never let me down. Has a Leo Vince chrome exhaust, stage 6 racing clutch, 8g rollers, Malossi red air filter. A good scooter over all, I love it! (read more)
Written on: 27/09/2006 by jamesmccarthy
You set the bar for your friends to find a better bike than the Peugeot Speedfight. When derestricted, they are fast with 54mph, with derestricted exhaust and variator.
Overall it is a very good bike and I would recommend the Peugeot Speedfight 307 wrc 50cc. But the let down to it is to keep it on the road and maintenance and repairs ain't cheap. (read more)
Written on: 25/09/2006 by hopjes
My Peugeot Speedfight is fast, powerful and wheelies a treat and it does loverley! It has a Speed Fighter 100 engine in it and a Deleroto 19.5 mil carb and a Leovinchi exhaust Polni reads and variator. Sometimes the battery struggles. (read more)
Written on: 08/04/2006 by tiffthescooter (1 review written)
Racing exhaust has been added to the Peugeot Speedfight and has been deresticted in many places. I have put a 70cc bore up kit on it and I have added a bigger carb to the scooter, my top end on this is going at 87mph bascially the scooter is like a 125cc. I have raced this a lot with other 50's and have won every single one (read more)
Written on: 09/02/2006 by Speedyfight2
Well I bought my Peugeot Speedfight with the exhaust blowing, variator broken, cracked panels, kickstart broken. But now I've fixed all that for £175 that's putting performance parts on like Arrow exhaust, Malossi airfilter, Malossi variator. I fixed the kickstart and panels my self. Now it does 75mph, so my advise is get one they are wonderful to ride. I use it every day I do about 70 miles a day and it still starts first time when ever I try and start it (read more)
Written on: 14/12/2005 by Colinjack
Peugeot customer satisfaction is very poor along with parts. I've had my Speedfight for just over a year and have a number of problems with it, from a flat battery, to a new ignition switch, new speedo cable and housing unit, beacuse the speedo had corroded. No-one could look after a bike better than I have, but if the speedo goes after 1000 miles, this shows that the bike is poor quality for money, especially if they won't refund money for the new bits I have had to buy. (read more)
Written on: 29/11/2005 by LuFc (1 review written)
I bought my Speedfight 2 off a guy who'd had it from new, it had done 12,000 KM when I got it and now it's on 18,000 KM which surprised me because I thought a moped died well before then. I've had a new regulator fitted because my bulbs kept blowing, that was quite pricey, and a new front and back tyre, £38.50 for the back tyre, £53!!!! for the front, the muppets charged me £15 for labour, it's MOT is due in January so I'm crossing my fingers, but it is in need of some new brake pads and a... (read more)
Written on: 16/10/2005 by dandude10388
I've had my Peugeot Speedfight for about 2 months, and it is a really reliable bike. I have derestricted mine, and got a Viper performance exhaust system, and Viper clutch rollers for £70!! Now my bike does about 60+, compared to 40+ before. It's made a lot of difference, and the acceleration is also a lot better.
I love my bike, and when I'm 18 I'll go for exactly the same set up on a 100cc version. Also, my bike was really cheap to insure with ebikeinsurence.co.uk, and with my... (read more)
Written on: 24/08/2005 by speedfight2 (12 reviews written)
I have had my Peugeot Speedfight 2 for two months, and I see no major problems with it!
I have had it derestricted, and have had a new exhaust fitted. It does on average about 50mph, which is fine for me!
The under seat storage is small, and I do have to fill it up a lot.
While riding in the rain, the engine has cut out, even though it is new! It did start again after a few tries though. Other than that, the speedfight 2 is a good moped, and has good acceleration, even when not... (read more)
Written on: 14/08/2005 by rdatodan (2 reviews written)
I have a problem with my Speedfight sometimes starts many times not. I have new spark plug, new plug lead, fully charged battery. I try to kick it over dont start, I mosty use electric start, now thats not having it.you can hear it trying to start but it doesn't. Does anyone have any clue what it could be I and thinking starter motor ????? you guys know best ! Thanks dan (read more)
Written on: 28/07/2005 by rdatodan (2 reviews written)
This is not a reveiw of the Peugeot Speedfight Scooter as such but can anyone measure from their throttle to the bottom of their tyre for a Speedfight 1.
The reason for this is because I am picking up a speedfight on saturday and need to know if it will fit in the back of my shogun. (read more)
Written on: 22/07/2005 by oldbeal (1 review written)
I have had my Peugeot Speedfight 2 yellow and silver for nearly 1 year now - it is a great bike and great looking, I have deristricted the bike with techno racing exhaust, hebbo racing variator, 8 grm rollers, racing big clutch spring, racing little clutch springs, the bike did 60+ on the flat but then it went down to 58 I dont know why but its still fast - I have been 70+ down hill, I come off the bike while going around a roundabout at 30 and my panels all cracked and scratched but i'm... (read more)
Written on: 04/02/2005 by speedfight (1 review written)
I brought my Peugeot Speedfight scooter 1 year ago now and it has been a great scooter. It is not derestriced but 35mph is fine for me, I have alway taken care of it and it has been great to me. For some unknown reason when you are out in the wet it has just cut out on me for no reason the engine has been warmed up but somehow the water gets into the spark plugs - this is a major annoyence. The petrol tank also needs to be bigger - I have 2 fill up once a week. (read more)
Written on: 10/12/2004 by will 810
I have owned my Peugeot Speedfight scooter for about 3 months. I am happy with the riding position even though I am 6ft 3. I am a bit concerned with the amount of oil it is using but other than that its a great bike. (read more)
Written on: 19/10/2004 by Higgy (3 reviews written)
Peugeot Speedfight 2 100cc Scooter
Without a shadow of a doubt its the best looking scooter around. Flawless styling and very good MPG are just two of the many good points about this scooter. The only bad points so far are the tiny fuel tank which only holds 7.2 litres of fuel, the mirrors and a bit of a dodgy automatic choke which can prevent you from opening up the throttle for the first 400 metres. There is space under the seat for a small full face helmet. But in my opinion this should... (read more)
Written on: 16/01/2004 by caollerton (1 review written)
I've had my Peugeot Speedfight Scooter for 11 months now and purchased secondhand 2 years old with 9,000 miles on it. Unbelievably in the time I've had it ive done a further 18,000 miles on it and the motor is still going well! However, that's not to say i've been without some mishaps such as my drivebelt and the occasional slip. Few of my problems included engine cutting out problems, dirty carbs, speedo cable broke, tyre worn after 18,000 miles now on 27,000 (not bad) exhaust still going... (read more)
Written on: 03/10/2003 by bowman (2 reviews written)
Im a London commuter and use my Peugeot Speedfight scooter daily a good 330 days a year, except ICE, i dont like scootering on ICE and snow. I fill it up every 4th day or there abouts. its a great runner, could i guess do with some extra acceleration but then I guess you go buy a Vmax or something if u are seeking that kind of adrenalin fix.
I have ridden it across to west end all over the place, its great to park back of oxford st and do shopping then nip on home, ive ridden it in all... (read more)
Written on: 01/10/2003 by Young boy (1 review written)
Ive had a Peugeot Speedfight for around 3 years now and its engine aint as good as it used to be.
Try puttin NOS (nitrous Oxide) in it on a small injection system. mine was built specially. It flys of the mark with small wheelspin and can reach top speeds of up to 70mph. this however is very bad for the scooter structure and ive had pleanty of crashes. It also screws up the engine and u will have 2 get it reconditioned after around a year and a half. Great way 2 have full and beat all your... (read more)
Written on: 02/06/2003 by Wayne.
Having little knowledge about Scooters I read all the reviews and came up with a couple of options. One being the Speedfight and I am content that this was the right choice, although I have not been riding it that long. Maybe I should complete another review in a year's time after a cold wet winter! (read more)
Written on: 07/11/2002 by Nikos.
It looks like a 16er scooter, but instead of 35mph it does over 55mph on the flat and leaps away from the lights PDQ too. Filling up with 2 stroke oil is fiddly and spoils the economy (75 MPG, but requires 1L of oil every 1000km or so @ £5/L). Brake pads run out quickly too (and I don't ride like a kid). Fuel tank is too small, but the underseat storage is good for a full face helmet. Handling is fine, I feel quite happy at it's top speed and am confident with it's stopping ability. All in... (read more)
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