Difference between Tomos sprint and ST

Whats the difference besides turn signals.

And where can I buy one.

Re: Difference between Tomos sprint and ST

the sprint has no oil injection, and no turn signals. The ST does. search for a tomos dealer on their website. Its best to get a sprint because if the oil injection fails on the ST you will seize. If you really want the turn signals you can get them aftermarket, or buy an ST and disable the oil injection.

Re: Difference between Tomos sprint and ST

I have both a Sprint and an ST. The oil injection on the ST failed on the way home from the dealer, causing a soft seize. That ST was my first experience with Tomos. I checked out the oil injection system, found out it was junk, and ripped if off. That ST, an '03 model, now has 14,000+ trouble free miles on it. You can get a Tomos either from your local dealer ( check the tomosusa site for a dealer locator ) or from any number of online dealers that will ship it to you, and you will have to do the final assembly. Peace. Jerry.

Difference between Tomos sprint and ST

Tomos fixed the oil injection. If you keep it filled with oil, then you will be fine.

Re: Difference between Tomos sprint and ST

The st also comes with a locking gas cap (in case someone wanted to siphen .98 gallons of gas and didn't drain from the petcock.)

Mr. Bob

House of Puch

Re: Difference between Tomos sprint and ST

I took the pins out of my ST gas cap, figuring if I ever lost the key, which I eventually did, I wouldn't have to break the cap to get it off. Now you can use any key, screwdriver, knife blade, whatever to get it open. Peace. Jerry.

Re: Difference between Tomos sprint and ST

Also it seems a lot of people on here would rather have the pedals than the pegs. Doesn't riding around everywhere with your legs staggered like that get uncomfortable after a while? I mean I see the advantages to having them as well it just seems kind of awkward.

Re: Difference between Tomos sprint and ST

I switch back and forth on my TFR. Makes longer rides more comfortable. Also, I switch which leg is "fore" and "aft" when they're on the pedals. I wish my TFR pegs were about 1" longer though. Just my 2 cents.

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