Roadkill: February 2009

Pile on
Feb. 26, 2009, 9:00 AM

This file pile is an illuminati disinfo site. Several of its notable known members are Biderberg operatives. Investigation into its operations or activities isn't necessarily a bad idea, but will inevitably prove fruitless, i.e., they don't mind questions being asked, but are far too clever to have left any openings for answers. These are the people you'll be selling your gold to, at bottom-bucket rates, after the ascendancy of paperless Amero-based financial transactions has swept the meta national cartels into power.

Oooh, the mysterious Pile People (Pilons?) have been chatting about us and coming to our website, no doubt plotting some scooter-based revolutionary putsch. —Not that we'd ever be so foolish as to drive out to a deserted location in the boonies hoping to obtain a password to find out what exactly is being whispered about us in this darkened corridor:

http://www.filepile.org/discuss/view_topic/203740


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Lambretta single seat cover
Feb. 25, 2009, 12:56 PM

Lambretta single seat cover We've added new high-quality Lambretta saddle seat covers for you. Not only are ours about half the price of Italian repros from Casa and others, they're actually better quality. Two different types of Italian repros we tried to use, supposedly the best out there, were constructed with cheap exposed cardboard under the back flap, with glue everywhere, and one was missing a rivet, not exactly bringing to mind long-lasting quality. Hence we started making our own.

Like all our new line of high-quality seat covers, we have made these inhouse to be exactly like original Innocenti ones with high-quality heavy rubber backing in joined sections, stainless rivets, zinc-plated tabs, rear seat badge, etc. - and of course the classic shape!

We also include a special padded insert for you, so ours are more comfortable than both originals and other repros. (With dual seats, we also include a quality matching seat strap for FREE, not ask you for another $20-30 for a generic one.)

See more photos of our new Lambretta front single seat cover and Lambretta rear single seat cover and read further how they are the best quality around but still save you a lot of money.


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Lambretta SX200 panels
Feb. 25, 2009, 12:23 PM

Lambretta SX200 panel Lambretta SX200 panel

Previously you had to pay through the nose for the best new ones, but now you can get fully machine-stamped SX200 panels for a very reasonable price: $69.95.

We sell them separately as a Lambretta SX200 right panel and a Lambretta SX200 left panel so you can replace only what is needed.

Enjoy.


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Lambretta rear frame badge - UK flag and more
Feb. 23, 2009, 7:03 AM

Lambretta rear frame badge - UK flag

Here's something for a different look and a nice little change you can always change back: a Lambretta rear frame badge with flag.

Choose your country's flag: UK, Germany, France, etc.


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Lambretta GP
Feb. 12, 2009, 7:41 PM

Lambretta GP Here's a quick shopcam photo from today of a Lambretta GP we're finishing.

RB22 engine, dual tanks, disc brake kit, sport shock, assorted special extras, etc. Nice dark gray color.


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Around the world with scooter parts (again)
Feb. 11, 2009, 3:11 PM

A few more recent customer emails from around the world about both our Lambretta and Vespa parts:

Argentina:

great site and content for sure! keep it going like that!

regards from Argentina

Colombia:

I see that in your page, sometimes you published customer acknowledges. My English is not good enough to express how satisfied I am. My first dispatch had a problem and two left side floor embellishment were packaged instead of a left and right pair. I contacted your site and that small difficulty was immediately solved.

Thank you so much for giving me the opportunity to rebuild my Lambretta with the spare parts you have in your catalog. Thanks for returning back my trust on Internet sites. For sure I encourage others to restore their Lambrettas using parts from ScootRS.

France:

Parts received today. I'm very pleased with them, they are perfect. I'd never thought I would have found some Ulma upper and lower rubber rack mounts repro: very great parts. Thank you again for this very fast order.

Italy:

Thank you!!! You are the best.....

Regards from Italy

Thanks for the emails! One day we'll have to sit down and see exactly how many countries we're sending scooter parts to.


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ScootRS goes racing - tubeless rim sponsor!
Feb. 4, 2009, 8:52 AM

SRP racing team

We've been approached by long-time award-winning UK Lambretta scooter racers to become a sponsor and supply our tubeless rims for the racing season.

We are now a proud tubeless rim sponsor of the SRP Racetech team of Ralph Remnant and PJ McLaverty, 2008 Group 7 Champion. With their tremendous Lambretta race experience dating back to the 1980's, and 12 sidecar titles and 1 overall British Scooter Championship title to their credit, we wish them continued success in the current year.

With long experienced scooter racers moving to them, ask yourself about your safety and when you are going to start using Lambretta tubeless rims or Vespa tubeless rims to eliminate entirely the dangerous blowouts experienced on regular rims.

Update: we just got an email today after our post:

a quick note to say how pleased i am with my lambretta tubeless rims, 10,000+ miles and not a problem, 2 punctures (1 with pillion), machine was controllable on both occasions, many many thanks

Nice update, thanks, another 2 possible accidents prevented.


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