Peugeot Speedfight 4 seat won’t open

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Found 8th Jun
I recently bought a speedfight 4 and they opened the seat there but I can’t open the seat can anyone help
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Speedfight 1&2 were quality bikes with honda engines, since they have moved production to China and using the same cloned engines found on much cheaper £600 scooters from the likes of boatian, lifan and direct scooters, if you check they now share the same engine codes with other cheaper Chinese scooters. The scooters still look nice but found them totally unreliable compared to the honda powered versions, my first speedfight 2, 100 lasted from 2001 till 2010 and had 72,000km on clock, my 2011 replacement speedfight 3 was finished by 2014 and was nothing but problems, from constant hard starts, failed starter motor and sticking rear drum brakes, the same with my wife's 2010 puegeot kisbee, she was finishing work at 1am and the starter motor would fail to engage and when it did you could still not guarantee it firing up, they were not bikes we could rely on, if I had realised production had moved to China I would not have purchased them, my wfe give up on her kisbee within 3 months and got a kymco agility 50 (gy6 honda engine) and that never failed to start, we even used the kymco with her pillion a lot of the time and it kept going till we sold it last year and it was still going strong. We nolonger ride scooters due to my wife's worsening heart failure, not sure what scooter I would purchase again as most scooter manufacturers seem to have moved to China although may not all be switching to Chinese engines.

Anyway If I remember I thought you opened the seat by turning the ignition key hard to the left or right, can not remember which way now.
Edited by: "SOUTHWALES" 8th Jun
SOUTHWALES9 m ago

Speedfight 1&2 were quality bikes with honda engines, since they have …Speedfight 1&2 were quality bikes with honda engines, since they have moved production to China and using the same cloned engines found on much cheaper £600 scooters from the likes of boatian, lifan and direct scooters, if you check they now share the same engine codes with other cheaper Chinese scooters. The scooters still look nice but found them totally unreliable compared to the honda powered versions, my speedfight 2, 100 lasted from 2001 till 2010 and had 72,000km on clock, my 2011 replacement speedfight was finished by 2014 and was nothing but problems, from constant hard starts, failed starter motor and sticking rear drum brakes, the same with my wife's 2010 puegeot kisbee, she was finishing work at 1am and the starter motor would fail to engage and when it did you could still not guarantee it firing up, they were not bikes we could rely on, if I had realised production had moved to China I would not have purchased them, my wfe give up on her kisbee within 3 months and got a kymco agility 50 (gy6 honda engine) and that never failed to start, we even used the kymco with her pillion a lot of the time and it kept going till we sold it last year and it was still going strong. We nolonger ride scooters due to my wife's worsening heart failure, not sure what scooter I would purchase again as most scooter manufacturers seem to have moved to China although may not all be switching to Chinese engines.


After reading all that you should now be able to open the seat
I would not have expected someone to sign up to HUKD to ask such a question. Pornhub maybe, but not HUKD.
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