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Complete Lambretta rubber-floor set $79
May. 10, 2010, 8:22 PM

Lambretta rubber - floor set

As promised, we've put together our complete high-quality Lambretta rubber-floor sets. For now there are 2 types, LIS/TV/SX and GP. When we finish the LI mudguard rubber we'll add that type too.

A set is currently only $79! A similar set elsewhere would be lower quality at double the price!

You can choose Gray, Black or a “Gray - black” option that is all gray except with a black kickstart and black stand feet like original. Unlike other places, we've included the floor strips because if you're buying all the other colored trim it only makes sense you'll want those too.

Sets include the following colored rubber/plastic:

  • Stand feet
  • Kickstart
  • Horncast
  • Mudguard-horncast
  • Mudguard-legshield
  • Legshield beading
  • Grips
  • Brake pedal
  • Air scoop
  • Panels
  • Floor strips
  • Floor channel inserts
  • Bridge (front/rear)
  • Frame plugs
  • Rear light

For buffers and other little rubber items you will need, see all of our Lambretta rubber.


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Lambretta mudguard-legshield-horncast rubber
Apr. 28, 2010, 11:06 AM

Lambretta mudguard-legshield rubberLambretta mudguard-horncast rubber We just released 2 more rubber items made inhouse by us.

The 1st is Lambretta mudguard - legshield rubber for all models except LI (which is coming later), and the 2nd is Lambretta mudguard - horncast rubber. Available in gray and black, both are great quality.

We've now made almost every Lambretta S3 rubber piece inhouse ourselves, and will be putting up a complete restoration set soon. Not only are some of our trim items now the best quality available in the world but a rubber-floor trim set from us comes in at HALF the price at other places.

That means you get better quality over Italian repros and save up to $100 on your restoration! (One shop was $181.50 vs. $84.70 at ScootRS.) And that doesn't even count all the extra rubber buffers/bits we do as well.

I can heartily recommend the ScootRS rubbers for the side panels.

They are the best you will get in my opinion. In fact all their rubber is exceptionally good quality.

Think about that! What a bizarre turn of events that the best Lambretta restorations in the world now turn to ScootRS in Vietnam for parts. Who'd a thunk it?


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Lambretta and Vespa maintenance and rebuild DVDs
Apr. 22, 2010, 9:17 AM

Books are very helpful but if you are want to see how to do scooter maintenance or an engine rebuild on your Lambretta or Vespa, maybe a DVD is the answer?

Take a look at scootertechniques.co.uk and the DVDs they offer.


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Lambretta Series 2 in Argentina
Apr. 11, 2010, 4:44 PM

Here are a couple photos a customer from Argentina sent in of his beautiful white S2 scooter.

You can see all our Lambretta S2 parts here. (At some point soon we'll divide the S2 section into categories to make it easier to navigate.)


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Lambretta rear frame badge Australia
Apr. 6, 2010, 4:22 PM

Lambretta rear frame badge Australia

For everyone in Oz on a Lambretta, put this on your rear frame badge holder.

We also added a photo of the American flag badge too. Many country flags available. Italian always works too.


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Sneak preview
Apr. 4, 2010, 10:25 AM

Sneak preview

Much higher quality than the ones from Italy and coming soon to a scooter near you...


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Lambretta floor channel rubber - and more
Mar. 23, 2010, 6:27 PM

Lambretta floor channel rubber If you haven't noticed, our Lambretta floor channel rubber came out the other week. Already a few replies about it's being the same as Italian quality but for just $5.75 a set.

We've now done almost all of the Lambretta Series 3 rubber (and even the plastic floor strips for S3 and GP which are now the highest quality in the world - compare yourself), a few S2 rubber bits, even some LD horncast rubber.

We have a couple S3 rubber items to finish after which we can offer a complete S3 rubber set and save people about 50% over elsewhere but with excellent quality. Being done inhouse, for example, the grays all match unlike rubber being sourced from different places in Italy and resold together.

If you're wondering about the difference in quality between what we do inhouse at ScootRS and what is available in the local Vietnam market (and often resold on eBay), we have comparison photos on some rubber item pages such as this:

Compare brake pedal rubber

And here's a comment someone posted before:

I can heartily recommend the ScootRS rubbers for the side panels. They are the best you will get in my opinion. In fact all their rubber is exceptionally good quality. Anyway, the sidepanel rubbers are nice and thick. Not too stiff and not too soft and my sidepanels sit on them a treat with no riding up of the rubber. “Same as Italian. Half the price.” as they say.

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Email from Germany about our tubeless rims
Mar. 13, 2010, 3:54 PM

A nice customer email from Germany just came in about our tubeless rims which we make for both Lambretta and Vespa scooters:

Lambretta tubeless rimsJust received 3 tubeless rims with Yokohama tyres mounted and as always delivery was extremely quick and the rims are top quality - can't wait for winter to end now so i can get them fitted and on the road!

Thanks again for another great product!

Nice, thanks! Glad you like them. Enjoy finally scootering around without worrying about blowouts from punctures.


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Mirrors for Vespa GTS, Vespa LX, etc.
Mar. 2, 2010, 5:28 PM

Vespa GTS mirrorsVespa LX mirrors

Looking to replace the mirrors on your Vespa GTS or LX or other modern scooter?

Here are some very sleek scooter mirrors for $8.95, or the same but slightly bigger scooter mirrors.

Black metal. Very nice quality! Solid and stiff. And they are reversible to fit both sides.

Perfect!

Of course they also fit classic scooters and are great for bolting to our disc brake kit master cylinders, Vespa or Lambretta. Here's the bigger version:

Disc brake kit mirror


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Tubeless rims for Lambretta and Vespa, part 5 - Victory!
Jan. 27, 2010, 7:16 PM

Lambretta tubeless rims Yeah!!! Finished!!!

Here are some photos as we finished the first of our new batch of Lambretta tubeless rims. Some are white, some silver, some black and will go out to the first customers who pre-ordered while we redid some molds. The rest of you who pre-ordered will be done in turn.

You can see one photo of one mounted as well, looking very nice indeed. (If wondering, the dimple marks are where we spot weld them.)

We've already started the Vespa tubeless rims too, and will post about them next. You can pre-order them right now.

If you recall, in 2006 Scootering Magazine, in their 2nd big review of our tubeless rims, wrote the following:

The ScootRS Vespa tubeless wheel rims are very similar in construction to their Lambretta rims. ... All in all, a snug fit. ... I finished off the testing by riding two-up to Holland for the weekend with no problems to report. ... As it has been suggested previously [about their Lambretta tubeless rims], using tubeless tyres is in theory a major advancement in scooter safety with regards to how they react following a puncture. The rims manufactured by ScootRS appear to do exactly as they say on the tin.

Notice he said “appear to do”!

Now 4 years later the editor of Scootering has written an update for everyone about our tubeless rims he put on his PX200 back in 2006 “to see how they fared”:

Their first trip was on the rear of the scooter when it went two-up to Holland for a custom show soon after the article. Since then it has been to a rally and race-track in France, numerous places in the UK, as well as being used as a commuter scooter and workhorse.

Sometime during all this the tyre emigrated to the front of the scoot, and even after spending six months in the garage without being ridden while I was off enjoying the Vespa GTS, the PX was pushed back into service and the tyre with the ScootRS rim needed barely any air in it.

As such once complete and fitted the ScootRS rim has done exactly what it's meant to.

Good to hear! -Notice this time he didn't say “appear to do,” but rather “has done”?

Seeing we haven't had a single return or problem with the design arise since we came out with our current v.3 tubeless rim 4 years ago, and many nice emails from customers about how they prevented sudden blowouts and accidents, you too can expect our tubeless rims to do “exactly what they're meant to”. They have indisputably been proven on road and track around the world to be safer than regular rims.

What exactly are you waiting for?


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