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Dogs aren't allowed in the square, but are allowed in the perimeter, like where peds are. So keep that in mind in your bringing your furry kids. Kids without fur have full range.
Hey, we're having a ride to celebrate stuff. Come out to Sonoma and ride with us! Meet up 2pm Sonoma Plaza (town square_northwest corner). We'll ride around 3pm / BYOB and meat for BBQ after...we'll provide the grill and tacos. If you're reading this, you're invited!
We have a Grande that's hard to peddle, even fully d-comped. It's been rebuilt/changed around, but this is always a thing for us too.
Me too Will / I think it's the lightened flywheel builds?
Got it...I feel like I get better RPMs with that setup(maybe not off the line, but lows/mids for sure). I've also heard that heavier flywheels create more torque? Dunno on that one
Can you speak more on the value of the lighter flywheel for single speed Vespa? Thnx
Ah man...you guys got us kicked to off-topic. Attempt to contribute positive moped content_failed.
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Ha ha, people's butts must hurt from not enough riding. It's pretty simple, here in CA they won't let you in the store without a mask(no matter what you believe). I take personal joy walking around stores with my helmet on _ achieving an even greater level of dorkness than i earned pulling up on my stupid moped. Chill guys
Who else walks around stores with their full-faced helmet doubling as their mask? Can't just be me
Do you still have your old filter? Try it and see. Stock Vespa's have small carbs and/intake windows. Some don't like the extra air.
Please send the yacht to the Napa river, and bring us in by sea!
Hey CheetahI'll take the buddy pegs / PMing now
Thanks for caring you folks. Looks like they left it in the rain. Water in the gas broke their spirit, and Jesus got it home!LoveNorth Bay
Real talk...least replaceable thing!!
Hah hah _707 not 510. Had a Bravo stolen from Fruitvale Bart...but that was back in 1999!
Someone left it parked perpendicular on the corner of Broadway & MacAurther...with a full tank of gas. Rust stain looks like they weren't good at mopeds, and will probably try and steal Puchs from here on out.
Got it back. Haha / jokes on people that steal Vespas...cuz they break
Daaaaaang Cuz!! Come Cali
GrandeStolen**Sonoma, CA***My friend's Grande was stolen from his house here in Sonoma. They took a helmet too, but passed up a faster Caio, and a few thousand dollars worth of DeWalt tools sitting right thereVery non-tweekerish.....or total tweeker move.Bay Area, please help us get it back. It's a stupid Grande, but it was his 1st ped.ThanksNorth Bay
They make it a point to say how wolves can run 40mph, foreshadowing a bad time for our Puch hippy
Super heavy weight maybe? Is it jammed or stuck? Sometimes the brass can get worn or scorn internally so make sure every moves by hand.
Mad love for NJ from Cali!!!
Sounds like maybe a kill switch(purple wire) is grounding. It could be the tailight wires, but probably not the bulb because if it was you'd have no spark. Ground off the blue brake light wire
Hey LucasRule #1 about Vespa club....you gotta learn to fix it yourself. We can help, but if you're not into wrenching / Big city that has a moped shop is your only option.
Bolt leaking grease is pretty common cuz it's real easy to over-tighten. Time to pull off your wheel, pull the hub and you're gonna need to silicon seal the inside where the bolt holes leaks. Just do em both and they should hold for a good while.
Love the show / That Charlie Buzzard story had me anxious af though