Vespa LX50 4T2V swap for Piaggio Fly 4T4V
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Location: Bradenton Florida
Fri Jan 08, 2021 9:58 pm quote
I recently got a lead on a low mileage 2012 Piaggio Fly 50 4T4V with no title. I was thinking about buying it and swapping the motor and drivetrain into my wife's 2006 LX50 4T2V. I know I would have to include the module and harness. I know all the Malossi parts in the drivetrain I installed in the LX50 will transfer to the fly drivetrain but will there be any issues with gauges or lights? I know the Piaggio line and Vespa line share the same drivetrain but I'm not sure about the electronics.
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Sat Jan 09, 2021 3:25 pm quote
It would need the wiring harness because they are very different beasts. The 4v is a much smatter engine. The 4v engine also has the heat sensor and a sensor that gets a hose off the carb, don't forget those.
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Sat Jan 09, 2021 8:49 pm quote
I figured I would have to use the wiring harness. Wanted to see if anyone has swapped out a 4t2v for a 4t4v. I'm just concerned if I will have any issues with the connection of lights, switches etc. and if it would be worth it as it's going to require me completely disassembling the LX
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