Fuzion

Ask ScooterDad: i have a fuzion x 3 and i was wondering is it poosible to upgrade to a hic system

Submitter's Name: 
mike
Submitter's Location: 
upland ca
Answer: 

You could upgrade the Fuzion X3 to HIC, but you'd have to replace the fork, headset, clamp, and bars. That's probably close to twice the cost of the scooter.

Ask ScooterDad: Will the district AL-2 bars fit on a fuzion pro X-3 scooter?

Submitter's Name: 
Alex
Submitter's Location: 
California
Answer: 

I've never tried to put aluminum bars on a threaded fork, so I'm not sure how well it would hold. At the very least, you'd need an oversized clamp. I don't think I'd recommend aluminum bars on a threaded setup. You could upgrade to a threadless fork and threadless headset and then use SCS, IHC, or ICS with the aluminum bars, but that's a pretty expensive upgrade.

Review: Fuzion Z300 Pro Complete Scooter

Review: Fuzion Z300 Pro Complete Scooter

The Fuzion Z300 Pro complete scooter is a great, all-around freestyle scooter for the price, but the deck is the standout feature.

DisclaimerAll ScooterDad reviews are unbiased opinions. While reviews are previewed by product suppliers for factual accuracy in statements about products, the opinions are not influenced. The product in this review is tested, reviewed, and then donated to a needy rider selected at a local skate park. Paxton Swygard, scooter kid, does not ride for Fuzion, but he has helped provide a rider's perspective in this review. Paxton is a 14-year-old intermediate-level sponsored competitive rider who rides both park and street.

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Ask ScooterDad: Hi. my 9 yo can't decide between the z300 and the pro xxx. he's just starting out. can you give me your thoughts on these two? the indecision is killing him. thanks!

Submitter's Name: 
Ross Nelson
Submitter's Location: 
Maine
Answer: 

Between the Fuzion Z300 and the Razor Pro XXX, while they are both good scooters, I would definitley go with the Fuzion Z300, which has a threadless integrated headset, flex brake, and HIC compression. While the Razor is good too, between these two specific models, the Fuzion wins out.

Ask ScooterDad: Hi I have a fuzion pro x3 scooter and I was wondering how do you get the brake off?

Submitter's Name: 
Josh redden
Submitter's Location: 
Maryland
Answer: 

I haven't worked on a Pro X3 myself, but try this link from Fuzion: http://fuzionscooter.com/pro/how-to-adjust-your-break/

How to Adjust Your Brake

Requires: 1 Phillips Screwdriver, 1 Small Adjustable C-Wrench or Needle Nose Pliers work as well (to hold the nut in place).
1) Remove the back wheel so you can access the brake screw nuts inside the deck.
2) Peal back the grip tape at the back of the deck until the screws under the grip tape are exposed. If you do this slowly you will not damage the grip tape and it will stick back to the deck once you are done.
3) Use a Phillips Screwdriver to tighten the screw. You might need to use the Small Adjustable C-Wrench/Needle Nose Pliers to hold the nut while you tighten.
4) Once tightened, your brake should no longer be loose. If your brake is still loose, you could add a washer to the nut side of the screw so that there is more surface area being tightened on the brake piece.
5) Put the grip tape back down over the screw on the deck and assemble your back wheel. You are good to go!

Ask ScooterDad: I would like to know if there are any other bars that will fit a fuzion

Submitter's Name: 
Jeff
Submitter's Location: 
Los Angeles California
Answer: 

I believe all of the newer Fuzion models, like the Z300, use oversized bars with HIC, so any oversized bars should work.

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