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Hi folks,

as we didn`t like the look of most seats for Smallframe and Largeframe Vespas, we decided to create a new design which is also lockable on top.
The shape of our Streamline Seats follows exactly the shape of the Vespa and in addition, the seat extends further down the back so it covers the rear hump.

Due to this "sculptured" design, the seat has a very monolithic look.

Inside the seat we have utilised two laser-cut aluminum sheets with gaps or the fastening system.

The mounting itself is as easy as cupcake: the seat is positioned on the fastening system and then moved to the front position. In this final position, the seat can be locked and the key can be pulled off.
Now, the seat itself, your tools, carburetor and the precious 2-stroke petrol is safe from nasty thieves.

Two models are available right now.

Model "Pulse" for the Smallframe Vespas like the V50, 50 Special, Primavera, ET3 and model "Pace" for the Largeframe Oldies like the VBB, VNA, VNB, Sprint, Super,...
Pulse and Pace also come in the "SP" version with a small racing cushion.
The seat body of the SP version should preferrably be painted in the color of the Vespa, therefore the delivery will be completely disassembled.

Characteristics:

- Completely covered with high-class composition-leater
- Beading also made of composition-leather
- Stitched seams with waterproof yarn
- Front Lock

All seats are completely hand-made in Germany and they will be custom made to any request.

Right now we have the following colours and materials available for the top and for the sides: Black, White/Cream, Cognac, Brown, Grey, Carbonstyle and Honeycomb style.

The color of the bead can also be chosen: Black, White, Grey, Brown, Cognac, Cream...

On our Facebook page many photos of various customer scooters can be found. Just search for "Streamline Seats".

If someone is interested, please contact us here by private message or on Facebook (Streamline Seats)

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And here some pictures of the model "Pulse" for the Smallframe Vespas:
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Nice work. Those look sharp.
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And here some photos of the "SP" version with a small cushion and painted in the colour of the Vespa
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Welcome to Modern Vespa Holger.

I will shortly be getting one of these seats as I placed an order with Holger today. Thanks again Vader for the the recommendation.

When the seat is delivered & installed I will post pics and a short review.
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rough prices for each would be good....
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Model "Pulse" (Vespa Smallframe): 249 EUR
Model "Pulse SP" (Vespa Smallframe: 229 EUR

Model "Pace" (Largeframe Oldie): 259 EUR
Model "Pace SP" (Largeframe Oldie): 239 EUR

Plus Shipping
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I was perving over those seats the other day. Really fitted looking. Like it grew there
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Vespigi I'm glad you're getting one! I plan on getting one too.. Holger is a cool guy! I love the way they look and the lock is killer!

Cheers! and Happy Holidays to all!
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nicely done
Looks like fine quality and top notch fit and look, def high end scoot seats. You got it right if they're comfortable too. I can compromise a little there, but not much - even for the good looks. Are they comfortable for a 200 lb rider over any serious distance?

I really want one... will they fit over a Rally fuel tank?
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stand pie
them sip copys are just too thick ..... i know they have a lock but take a look.. they need atleast 1" off
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When you look at just the seat it looks a bit tall. But it fits the frame quite well and looks slick when you look at the whole scoot
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Re: nicely done
V oodoo wrote:
Looks like fine quality and top notch fit and look, def high end scoot seats. You got it right if they're comfortable too. I can compromise a little there, but not much - even for the good looks. Are they comfortable for a 200 lb rider over any serious distance?

I really want one... will they fit over a Rally fuel tank?
They are definitely comfortable for a 200 lb rider.
Got the same weight and the feeling of the seat is great even though you can't compare it to the original "sofa bread".
Our prototype now has over 1500 km on the clock with lots of long trips.
Anyway, the driving feeling is much better than with with the original seat.
And the look is doing the rest
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Re: stand cupcake
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them sip copys are just too thick ..... i know they have a lock but take a look.. they need atleast 1" off
SIP copys??? Wtf???
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them sip copys are just too thick ..... i know they have a lock but take a look.. they need atleast 1" off
But your not taking into account that the shape totally matches the line of the small frame.. it makes it look a bit thicker but it's really not. look at the lines of a small frame frame and you'll see the line he's following!

Anyway, I think they're slick..
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I suppose all seats of this style are evolutions of previous seats of this style. The attention to detail and following the form of the Vespa frame is good here, better than most of the competition I've seen. And if it's not thick enough, it won't be comfortable.

Regardless, will it fit over a Rally tank? Thanks.
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n who am i
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SIP copys??? Wtf???
wasnt dissin em just think theyre too thick ......

hang on ... ohh sorry didnt realise .... youre right they look nowt like i musta been squinting
ohh no lock
ohh no lock
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V oodoo wrote:
I suppose all seats of this style are evolutions of previous seats of this style. The attention to detail and following the form of the Vespa frame is good here, better than most of the competition I've seen. And if it's not thick enough, it won't be comfortable.

Regardless, will it fit over a Rally tank? Thanks.
The seat can be mount on a Rally only if you replace the original high Rally tank against a low PX-old tank.
Othwise it won't work.
All other models (Sprint, VBB, VNA, VNB, VBC, Super, T4,...) are fine
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Re: n who am i
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SIP copys??? Wtf???
wasnt dissin em just think theyre too thick ......

hang on ... ohh sorry didnt realise .... youre right they look nowt like i musta been squinting
This one just sits on the top and as Vader wrote this one is not follwing the shape/line of the frame.

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Some more pics:

Smallframe seat with black cover, honeycomb style on the sides and grey piping.
Right now my favourite.
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Some more pics from various models
Black Pulse with Carbonstyle and white piping
Black Pulse with Carbonstyle and white piping
Black Pulse with Carbonstyle and white piping
Black Pulse with Carbonstyle and white piping
Black Pulse with Carbonstyle and white piping
Black Pulse with Carbonstyle and white piping
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One more
Black Pulse with Carbonstyle and grey piping
Black Pulse with Carbonstyle and grey piping
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Next...
Black Pulse with white piping
Black Pulse with white piping
Black Pulse with white piping
Black Pulse with white piping
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And here a look from below on the laser-cut aluminium sheets, the height-adjustable rubber pads and the locking system.
The gaps are for the tool box and the tank fitting.
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How thick is the padding/cushion? It doesn't look like there is much room left between the base and the cover. I know you say they are comfortable but what sort of foam is used, and will it last?

What do you do when yo need fuel? From the mounting system it looks like you take it right off and put it on the ground. Is that right?

And are they suitable for a pillion? A photo would be very helpful.

I'm specifically talking about the largeframe seat.

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Something for a lambretta would be cool to see....just no locking system.

I move back and forth occasionally and see myself unlocking the thing.
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Streamline wrote:
Some more pics:

Smallframe seat with black cover, honeycomb style on the sides and grey piping.
Right now my favourite.
That's exactly what I'm want Holger! scrap the carbon!
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very nice seats





just need to win $2000 to finish the vglb theeen ill buy one






any pics of a T4 with a slimstyle seat on it?
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Ginch wrote:
How thick is the padding/cushion? It doesn't look like there is much room left between the base and the cover.
The top is padded with around 40 mm foam for motorbike seats.
The sides are padded with 10 mm soft foam.
Ginch wrote:
and will it last?
No, it will directly fall apart after the first ride.
Of course it will last!
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What do you do when yo need fuel? From the mounting system it looks like you take it right off and put it on the ground. Is that right?
You got it right. We don't have any hinge-joint on the seat because otherwise the seat wouldn't be so close to the frame.
Just compare it to the Ancilotti seat which widely overlaps on the front and back. Not to mention that you can look through underneath the tank...
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And are they suitable for a pillion?
Yes, they are but not for two well-fed pppl
The seating area is around 45 cm long. Anyway, this is mainly a sport-seat for just one persons but as I said two riders are also possible
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any pics of a T4 with a slimstyle seat on it?
Not yet, but I can post a pic quite soon from one guy who has a T4 and bought one.
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if youve ever had a sip evo seat youll know how annoyin it is having to take it off to fill up .... n where do you put it .... ya cant hold the bugger n take off cap fill n put it all back ... so ya put it on the dirty floor ... i paid £40 for my evo so im not too bothered about scratchin it

only saying this to warn peeps not to put ya off

the padded ones do look sweet ... make me wanna sort me t5 n get the tsr zero fitted
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if youve ever had a sip evo seat youll know how annoyin it is having to take it off to fill up .... n where do you put it .... ya cant hold the bugger n take off cap fill n put it all back ... so ya put it on the dirty floor ... i paid £40 for my evo so im not too bothered about scratchin it

only saying this to warn peeps not to put ya off

the padded ones do look sweet ... make me wanna sort me t5 n get the tsr zero fitted
I also had a SIP Evo (before switching to my Streamline seat and never found it annoying to completely take it off for the re-fueling. Always placed it on the floorboard for that.

Well, if this is the only problem for you I can make you a strap-on belt for the seat so you can hang it over your shoulder during refilling

Cheers and Merry Christmas
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i see youve only posted in this thread ... im sure theres a for sale area on this site .... had a hunt for your stuff n found you seem to sign up to a scooter based site n whack em with your 'advert' ....
i know theres a lot of smally fans here .... ya wanna give em a go .....http://s4.zetaboards.com/ScooterboyWorld/index/

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Make one for a Lambretta Series 3 and we'll talk.
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Make one for a Lambretta Series 3 and we'll talk.
Sorry, but right now a version for Lambrettas is not planned.
next seat on the list is for the Vespa P series like P 200, PX 150 or PX 200.

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Why does it lock pushing forward and not back.

That seems ass backwards to me(pun intended).
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My P200 Racer with an SIP seat.
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My 1963 VBB with the old SIP Evo seat. A little too hard for my ass
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