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handlebars here:https://www.sip-scootershop.com/en/product/handlebar-cuppini_18755000?cr=e993ab67-6807-4109-bbed-f6374ebf9f9bSimilar bracket, no cable guides like your old one though. Mabe you can bend your old one back.https://www.mopeddivision.com/moped-make-model/vespa-piaggio/vespa-piaggio-headlight-mounting-bracket/cable adjuster: https://www.treatland.tv/cable-adjuster-p/m6-cable-adjuster-no
That belt might be for 100mm pully plates. looks like you have 90mm. Maybe try a stiffer rear vari spring.
I had the same problem. Had to change it to foot pegs with a pull start. Works grerat.
There is no spacer for an electric Piaggio engine. The after market flywheels require sanding the crank key slightly to get the flywheel to seat properly. There should be no wobble to a proper seated flywheel.
Cut the cable and buy a new one. They are not that expensive.Sunday has throttle for sale.https://www.sundaymorningmotors.com/Vespa-Moped-Throttle-Control-Assembly-p/c002088.htm
Ugh, that damn blue brake light wire and kill switch wire purple. I usually pull them off there and just do a head light, rear running light and horn. On the engine, the little plastic square connection is your power. Run that to the headlight, horn or tail light then run a wire and attach it to the engine body to ground it.
Forks for sale on ebay https://www.ebay.com/itm/266102936791?hash=item3df4f894d7:g:u7sAAOSwk99j0u2~&amdata=enc%3AAQAHAAAA4ATUYScfuLLCnX1XPYfP5HeKmhc%2FVi653lzTaCDtMw0%2F4l1h%2FKJuXlY2z%2BiRTHAlLMQJ6d%2FHEfvkxDuoWcyhrMIgkd86kquacDx6CCfZq6UwQYSCajbbxYh4pzW2BmNRtWj87YyDexHdLQCwrRiDJWJE6qT4ofwaqt%2FvNFNAvQ%2Be90b2ZsqXhu9uNgde3m8G%2BZQ0O7zdWPXdiKYpCmTKSjepsYQVP2WoT1aXcqnYw5eTptkBsqKWu7sNQ5HADmeWL%2
Is right. I've aways been a Ciao guy but have bought a few Grandes Lately. I put 64cc's on them with that Giannelli stock like pipe and would top out at 31mph. I was kinda surprised, that set up on my Ciao will top out around 39mph with a digital speedometer. I then built the 70cc polini engine and put a Malossi Too Bad pipe on it and now got up to 41-43 mph.
Here you go, comes with rear variator hub and clutch.https://www.ebay.com/itm/266102901022?_trkparms=amclksrc%3DITM%26aid%3D777008%26algo%3DPERSONAL.TOPIC%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D20220705100511%26meid%3D4dfd9619edce4611a03d8746d2565baf%26pid%3D101524%26rk%3D1%26rkt%3D1%26itm%3D266102901022%26pmt%3D0%26noa%3D1%26pg%3D2380057%26algv%3DRecentlyViewedItemsV2%26brand%3DVespa&_trksid=p2380057.c101524.m1469
Clean your carburetor, its probably your jet.
Got a notice ,Sip finally got Bravo Side panels for variators !
I have one. 10$ shipped. Do you need the u shape tensioner thingy too?
just buy a new one $10 https://www.treatland.tv/USED-vespa-piaggio-rear-axle-nut-with-freewheel-p/used-vespa-freewheel-with-hub.htm
I'll take the covers. I will Im you.
what type of carb are you running with it? Whats it mounted to, Ciao or grande?
I would say rebuild your front vari using the Utah 8 roller, but for the price to do that you might as well buy the Polini, Malossi, or DOS instead. Keep that original center shaft that you currently have, those can be hard to come by. They have been on back order for about a year but it looks like a new arrival date has been set for December SIP has variated bravo/grande side panels new.https://w
Ed over at Ed's Moped Shop sells pull starts through his facebook page I just sent him an instant message, but he said he was behind on orders at the time an I needed one to complete my build so went with GP.https://www.facebook.com/edsmopedshop/
Went with the GP Racing pullstart. Works great and great price got it on eBay.
great work man. GP racing seems to be doing it right, I got a few pull starts from them and they work great. I'm going to re-build my Piaggio Grande soon. I put a 64cc Olympia kit on it but because of the heavy frame it will only do about 35mph. I'm thinking about paying up for the 82cc Simonini kit from gp. I will pay attention to your bravo build.
Test and see if you have spark before replacing your coils, those things usually last a long time and don't often go bad. Try changing the points and condenser first.
I’m building a Grande out of some spare parts but the pedal shaft will not longer work on the subframe because the holes are to big. I decided to go with foot pegs and use a pull start instead. This is my first pull start and was wondering what others experiences were like. I was leaning towards Ed’s Moped shop because of price but he’s behind on orders.