Flywing parts?

Does anyone know of a source for Flywing parts?  Yeah, the ones sold by Checker.   I was given a DT150 and it needs a couple of things although it runs great.

Thanks.

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Does anyone know of a source for Flywing parts?  Yeah, the ones sold by Checker.   I was given a DT150 and it needs a couple of things although it runs great.

Thanks.

Someone told me there was an 800 number for a US site but I can't find anything trying to Google it.

Any luck on parts? I just rode mine for the first time yesterday, the chain kept falling off causing me to wreck. Now I need a new front fender. It does look like a Honda fender could work, may have to Frankenstein a bit. Its a fun bike!

Everything for many Chinese bikes is similar. Check tbolt they probably have something that will work even if its for a different brand of bike.

After googling the bike look up mfc motor fun company dirt bikes. Very similar and parts are available.

Front fender is easy.  A universal MX plastic fender would work but you'd have to drill the mounting holes.

 They are fussy about keeping the chain from getting too loose or it WILL fall off. and maybe damage things.  It doesn't help that the OE chain stretches (wears) like crazy so you have to adjust it about every 30 or 40 miles for the first 200 or 300 miles.  Then it' settles down.  At least the chain is a standard number.

 I still haven't found a good parts source  - besides ebay, there's a few things there.  It's weird because there WAS a source but it's like they vanished.

Thanks for the help! Will check it out. We figured there would be some difficulty finding what we need for this bike. It's a bit of a rough ride, however hubby says I'm like the princess and the pea. It doesn't feel like there is much there for shocks.

Front fender is easy. A universal MX plastic fender would work but you'd have to drill the mounting holes.

They are fussy about keeping the chain from getting too loose or it WILL fall off. and maybe damage things. It doesn't help that the OE chain stretches (wears) like crazy so you have to adjust it about every 30 or 40 miles for the first 200 or 300 miles. Then it' settles down. At least the chain is a standard number.

I still haven't found a good parts source - besides ebay, there's a few things there. It's weird because there WAS a source but it's like they vanished.

When your chain stops stretching its wore out and needs replacing or its at risk of snapping.

Front fender is easy. A universal MX plastic fender would work but you'd have to drill the mounting holes.

They are fussy about keeping the chain from getting too loose or it WILL fall off. and maybe damage things. It doesn't help that the OE chain stretches (wears) like crazy so you have to adjust it about every 30 or 40 miles for the first 200 or 300 miles. Then it' settles down. At least the chain is a standard number.

I still haven't found a good parts source - besides ebay, there's a few things there. It's weird because there WAS a source but it's like they vanished.

When your chain stops stretching its wore out and needs replacing or its at risk of snapping.

When your chain stops stretching its wore out and needs replacing or its at risk of snapping.

Thats true with a good quality chain.  These OE chains are NOT quality pieces.  Quality chains are "pre-stretched" - actually broken in before you get them.  Otherwise you'd have the same effect as they break in.  The fact that after it "settles down", you still can't lift links off the rear sprocket much at all shows it's not worn out..  Thats a quick test of a worn chain.

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Thanks for the help! Will check it out. We figured there would be some difficulty finding what we need for this bike. It's a bit of a rough ride, however hubby says I'm like the princess and the pea. It doesn't feel like there is much there for shocks.

Sorry to tell you mom but that's the way the Flywings are....ROUGH riding.  But look at it this way, consider what the bike cost new...Now triple it, or even more, for a smooth ride from one of the Japanese big 3.  Is paying triple worth a smoother ride?  Some would say YES.  I'd say only sometimes.  It depends on what you do with it and what you expect from it.  For casual trail riding on reasonably smooth trails, they fill the requirement and for some people, that's OK.

BUMP...I thought I'd put this on top again and see if ANYONE knows of a Flywing parts source.  I have a MX150.  They used to have an 800 number but it must have been changed or disconnected.  It worked great for a while.  Just call them up, tell them what you needed and they sent it.  Hassle-free and super prices.  

I've looked at all the suggested parts sources for Chinese bikes but they are mostly scooter parts suppliers.  I need a seat and maybe a clutch.

Thanks.

I thought I'd give this old thread a bump.  I always follow up on all links and web sites people suggest  They all lead to "universal"  parts that won't work for my needs. It would be too bad to junk this because it runs so darn good....

Motoxvet, you should try going over to Chinariders.net. they are the most savy of the China bike community, and surely someone there will be able to point you in the right direction. China bikes are sort of modular, in the sense that nearly all thier engines are copies of a known Japanese engine (sometimes not from the US market), and nearly every chassis style has been built by more than one builder, under several possible brand names. Usually a pic of the bike and close up of the engine is all they need to ID it.

Motoxvet, you should try going over to Chinariders.net. they are the most savy of the China bike community, and surely someone there will be able to point you in the right direction. China bikes are sort of modular, in the sense that nearly all thier engines are copies of a known Japanese engine (sometimes not from the US market), and nearly every chassis style has been built by more than one builder, under several possible brand names. Usually a pic of the bike and close up of the engine is all they need to ID it.

Thanks for the suggestion.  I'll give it a try.

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