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Anyone know who services 4T Stella's in the Atlanta area??

 
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Mulliganal
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2012 Creme Stella 4T

PostPosted: Thu Nov 17, 2016 4:20 pm    Post subject: Anyone know who services 4T Stella's in the Atlanta area?? Reply with quote

First the electric starter stopped working on my Stella with only 800 miles on it, and now that it has been sitting for a while it won't start at all. Apparently Twist n' Scoot fired all their great mechanics and now won't work on the very Stella scooter that they sold me. Seems all they want to do is basic oil changes on these now.

Any help you folks can provide would be greatly appreciated. I really like this scooter and should have ridden it more but after my wife sold her Buddy I didn't ride as much but now she wants to ride two up with me - so it's time to get this baby fired up again.

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dasscooter
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 17, 2016 4:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Marietta Vespa is likely your only bet.
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jimmbomb
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81 Vespa P200... past bikes. 08 stella 09 stella w/p200 motor and 2010 4t stella

PostPosted: Thu Nov 17, 2016 8:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Siphon suck out all that old crappy gas. Drain the fuel line. Pour in some fresh gas and start kick starting the hell out of it. Get a new battery first. Yours is 4 years old and wasted.
No mechanic needed for all this.
Good luck

Ps, when it starts, air up your tires before you peel out

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