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Top 10 Lambretta upgrades for your scooter
Oct. 17, 2007, 6:32 PM

For all you Lambrettistas, here's a list of our Top 10 Lambretta upgrades for your scooter.

It doesn't include cylinder kits, but it has small and large items and is a great list to consider and to compare against the state of your own scooter.

What do you think? Anything to add or remove?


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Follow-up on the Lambretta Mugello 186 restoration
Oct. 7, 2007, 3:41 PM

TV175 Mugello We mentioned the other day this Lambretta TV175 scooter we are doing. We just finished it off and took these photos. Quite a nice paint job with the bright stripes like inverted versions of each other, panel and mudguard. Our stainless flywheel cover is a nice bit of bling. This might soon be another scootRS award-winner!

And the Mugello 186 cylinder is fabulous! This was the first one we've done and it really flies when combined with our 30mm PWK carb and tuned exhaust! (Good thing he added our disc brake kit and tubeless rims.)

If your Lambretta has a Mugello cylinder and you haven't been too impressed with the performance, try adding these two performance items that will let it come to life.


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Lambretta Mugello 186
Sep. 28, 2007, 1:11 PM

Lambretta Mugello 186 Here's another Lambretta we're just finishing at the shop for a customer, this one a Lambretta with a Mugello 186cc nicasil cylinder kit. The Mugello V2 has some nice porting and is a good alternative to going 200cc. Great with our PWK carb kit, tuned exhaust, and of course disc brake kit.

The customer here requested a stand-out paint scheme of yellow on purple. The panels are striped like the old Supertune design. No extra charge.

If you are looking for a restored Lambretta with a kit, we've added a number of kits to our ordering page, from the RB22 to Mugellos to Rapidos. Configure your scooter to see the price.


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A current Lambretta restoration
Sep. 19, 2007, 1:12 PM

Current Lambretta restoration Here's a Lambretta LI Special scooter restoration we're just finishing up. The customer requested a 200cc stage 4 engine (all new engine parts as we always do), PWK 30mm carburetor, stainless tuned exhaust, hydraulic disc brake, etc.

Nice custom paint job in dark gray and off-white based on a customer photo. The rear light and side panels are also striped. Also notice that the toolbox door has been “Frenched” - i.e., removed and smoothed out. No extra charge for any of that.

This Lambretta was $3,970 (about £1,985). If you want to configure one for yourself online and check out the price.


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Lambretta S3 diagrams added
Sep. 9, 2007, 4:05 PM

For those of you shopping in the Lambretta Series 3 sections you'll notice a new “diagram” link next to the section name. Clicking it will bring up a diagram from the official parts manual so you can find exactly what you're looking for if you're not certain where it is.

The official diagram numbers match up with our scootRS part numbers of the form A00XXX where “A” is the type (here “L” for Lambretta), “00” for the section number, and “XXX” for the diagram number. So, for example, Sec. 1 Crankcase - Cylinder diagram number 36 is our L01036.

Hope it helps.


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Well Done ScootRS
Sep. 8, 2007, 9:33 AM

Well Done ScootRS A recent Scooterist Scene Magazine entry, Spring 2007 issue, is entitled “Well Done ScootRS” and begins:

I recently received a scooter I ordered from scootRS and it's better than I imagined - first class resto on everything. [...] I got exactly what they said I would.

Read the full item and see more photos of this beautiful award-winning scooter.


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The new Lambretta Swan
Sep. 4, 2007, 7:50 AM

If the never-ending dream of a new Lambretta produces nothing else, well, at least we'll have this beautiful ad over at Lambretta.com for the elegant “new” Lambretta Swan.

(Btw, that's “new” as in “doesn't exist but wouldn't it be cool if...”)


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ScootRS scooter wins Best Overall Scooter award
Aug. 20, 2007, 7:56 PM

Award winning scooter A Lambretta scooter we did recently just won the Best Overall Scooter award at a rally in the UK. You can see more photos of the Lambretta here, and note the additions the owner later made.

The owner was kind enough to send in some photos and interesting history. In the first photo is the award winning Lambretta with the wife and brother-in-law where they recreated the second photo of themselves as children taken way back in 1966, the same year the “new” scooter was originally made. (Sadly, they now refuse to pose topless again.) Following that are the award and the award-winning owner.

Congratulations and thanks for the nice story!


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Clutching at Lambretta rubber searches?
Aug. 15, 2007, 1:38 PM

A nice little post about our Lambretta rubber the other day:

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.

In fact, a lot of people complain about the Italian ones which cost twice as much but don't fit well at all, so good to have another option.

We think you'll feel the same way about the option of our new Lambretta clutch plates, both the clutch driven plates and 2.5mm clutch top plate. Again, excellent quality at a huge saving over elsewhere.

And apparently Google shares the opinion, putting scootRS at number one for “Lambretta parts” searches!


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More new top quality Lambretta rubber
Jul. 23, 2007, 10:01 AM

Kickstart rubber Brake pedal rubber Continuing our line of top quality rubber products, we've brought out the Lambretta kickstart rubber for only $1.80 and the Lambretta brake pedal rubber for only $2.80.

All of our new rubber items are made to original Lambretta specification. They are always as good as Italian repros, but usually a bit better because the Italian repros are often flawed or made slightly wrong. A number of the so-called “best” Italian samples we checked didn't even fit properly and seem to have developed a good reputation by absence of competition - until now. And, of course, the Italian stuff is badly overpriced to begin, so generally ours items cost 50% less! Better quality and cheaper here at Casa RS ;-)

Disc brake grills Not actually rubber, but we have also made perfect Lambretta disc grills as well. (The extremely overpriced Italian repros are made wrong in two spots and don't clip into place properly, while the flimsy Vietnamese market ones are not very nice in comparison.) We have ours in white and oxblood red for only $6 a set.

Enjoy!


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