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Erlandson Kevlar Scooter Drive Belts
GBoost Kevlar Scooter Drive Belts All belts are certified to be within .020 of OEM required manufactures specs, most replacement belts can have up to ½" variance in length. Longer belts affect the ...
Bando Scooter Drive Belts
Bando
Scooter Drive Belts
$37.95 - $69.95
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Bando Scooter Drive Belts All belts are certified to be within .020 of OEM required manufactures specs, most replacement belts can have up to ½" variance in length. Longer belts affect the operatio...
Athena Drive Belt
Athena
Drive Belt
$15.95 - $21.95
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Athena Drive BeltAthena drive belts are high quality low cost alternatives when compared to OEM drive belts and are made to withstand the additional power supplied by Athena Big Bore Kits
Gates Standard Powerlink Drive Belt
Gates Standard Powerlink Drive Belt Powerlink drive belts are manufactured to the strictest tolerances to match OEM specifications Standard belts offer OE equivalent performance and durability
Gates Premium Powerlink Drive Belt
Gates
Premium Powerlink Drive Belt
$16.99 - $71.95
You save up to $2.96 (15%)
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Gates Premium Powerlink Drive BeltGates is a leading producer of high quality Scooter drive belts Powerlink™ drive belts are manufactured to the strictest tolerances to match OEM specs Premium Belt...

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Todd (Scottsdale )

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Bando belt for 2006 Honda Reflex Sport

Great service and delivery. The price was terrific as well. After a tune-up which included changing out the drive belt with a new Bando, this 249cc scooter drives as good as a cop bike.

Jerry (richwood )

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Gates Premium Powerlink Drive Belt

This was purchased and installed on my Reflex. 500 miles later it broke, stranding me on the interstate.

Patrick (Seattle )

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athena drive belt. why pay more?

This belt is great. i've had kevlar and other more expensive belts shred on me after a couple hundred miles while tuning my zuma with the 70cc bore kit, upgraded clutch, variator and final drive. don't pay more for belts especially if you have a similar setup where you're going to be doing a lot of trial and error before you get your bike totally dialed. Buy 2 and your own electric impact gun ($40 online)and you'll be set to tune your bike for the best performance possible with this belt.