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Vespa alloy rear acorn light with clear lens only $2???
Dec. 4, 2010, 3:34 PM

Vespa alloy rear acorn light

This is an amazing deal on our Countdown item - someone get it before it is gone.

A Vespa alloy rear acorn light with clear lens currently only $2.93??? The lens is worth more than that. And the price is falling until someone grabs it. Fits VBB/GS150/GS160 or mod to fit anything.

See the Countdown page for more details:

Our special Countdown item goes down in price all day every day until sold. Items here will be extras or used items we have on hand.

There is one only, so don't wait! Or rather, wait as long as you think you can before you lose out to someone else! You MUST pay for your order immediately online, otherwise someone else might pay for it before you and get it. 

We will put a different item here when this one is sold, so bookmark the page and check back often.


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Go Chelsea!
Oct. 24, 2010, 7:27 PM

Are you a big Chelsea fan?

Here's a custom PX200E up for auction featuring the football club and rolling on black ScootRS Vespa tubeless rims.

Three days of bidding left…


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Vespa T5 disc brake conversion
Aug. 20, 2010, 8:25 AM

Vespa T5 disc brake kit

Here's a post we came across:

Re: front disc conversion on a T5 Classic. what's involved?

I've fitted a few in my time and at the moment the new ScootRS [Vespa] front disc conversion kit seems to be the best buy.

A little fiddly but nothing someone with a small knowledge of mechanics wouldn't be able to fit. The master cylinder housing is a great idea with only a small modification to the lever housing. The rest just bolts on only bleeding the hose can sometimes be tricky.

Our Vespa PX disc brake fits T5 and start at $219 for the hub unit, $289 with master cylinder and everything.


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Vespa VBB arrives
May. 4, 2010, 9:41 AM

Vespa VBB

A recent Vespa VBB customer wrote in to say he got his scooter registered after a bit of document wrangling:

It takes 1 hour and $50CAD to clear customs. It takes 30 minutes and $115CAD to get the bike registered.

Thanks for everything, you guys make a truly great product and I'm having a ball riding around town.

Glad to hear you're on the road and enjoying your Vespa!


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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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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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Vespa T5 seat cover
Feb. 27, 2010, 9:34 AM

Vespa T5 seat cover

For T5 owners we've added a Vespa T5 seat cover so you can spice things up a bit with oxblood red, tan, green, blue, etc. - or go with luxurious black or brown leather!

The regular seat covers are only $33, while the leather are still a reasonable $78.


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Tubeless rims for Vespa, part 2
Feb. 13, 2010, 11:06 AM

Vespa tubeless rims Following on our earlier post, here are some more photos from the other day just before we closed of our Vespa tubeless rims as we finish them up.

In these photos you can see the inner pieces finished and then welded into the rims. After a few more things are done they'll be sent off for painting.

Here's an email we just got the other day from Simon, a UK customer with an update about his Lambretta tubeless rims:

Hi.

I bought 3 x tubeless rims for the Lambretta with the Yokohamas fitted. Been using these daily for 1.5 years now and looking to buy another set.

Glad they've served you so well that you'd want more. That's the best endorsement we could hear and we've heard the same thing over and over from customers using them, whether Lambretta or Vespa.

No tube = no worries about dangerous blowouts from punctures as on old-style regular rims. Our current v.3 tubeless design has been out since 2006 and has greatly enhanced rider safety on the race track as well as on roads around the world. If you haven't gone tubeless yet, what are you waiting for?


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Tubeless rims for Vespa, part 1
Feb. 4, 2010, 1:44 PM

Vespa tubeless rims After completing the first batch of Lambretta tubeless rims as we posted the other day, here are some new photos as we move on to make our Vespa tubeless rims.

First you can see the left-overs after we stamp out the middle section, then the middle section having the 2nd stage done where we bend the tabs up.

Afterward the middle with be stamped out and we can then weld them into the rims we are meanwhile producing. So far a few stacks in different stages are done.

You can currently pre-order your Vespa tubeless rims. The 1st batch is not too far off and will go out to those already waiting.


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