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74 Super, 75 Super, PX project, LML off-roader and '66 Blue Badge Smallframe
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This is pretty damn cool. Maybe you'd need to sell a few family members to afford it but really... wow.

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Complete engine M200 (Air)

Complete Engine M200 (fully assembled with new parts) for smallframe vespa 200cc air-cooled. Lamellar intake on the cylinder, diameter 67mm, nikasil aluminum, forged piston two bands 67mm diameter. Crankcase and crankshaft QUATTRINI dedicated to shoulder full 9048 89.5mm diameter, 116mm long molded rod, piston pin 16mm, 56.5mm stroke, vespatronik ignition with variable advance request from 1kg and 1.5kg, 4 disc reinforced clutch bell 27/69 with flexible billet (optional pinion 28 teeth), 4-speed gearbox as the original Crown race material and hardening that allow a long-term (even with a lot of power), dedicated silenced muffler expansion that allows the engine to develop a great performance with very low noise. To be mounted with wheel 3.50/10. No need to cut the tray, even on frames wasp et3 spring. Dellorto VHSB d.34mm already calibrated or at the request Dellorto d.26 VHST. Heavy duty motor that has a lot of power down at low revs, which allows you to mount even with very long. Especially suitable for endurance.
Interesting that they use a 116mm rod. A P200 rod is 110mm.

http://zirriangelocorseinvespa.it/motore_M200.html
http://zirriangelocorseinvespa.it/Carter.html

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I may have just messed my pants.
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buttered crumpets
thankfully today i chose to wear underneath pants
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^^ I can never un-read that. Thanks Bitza!
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Delivery time: 8 working days - (including VAT and postage included) EUR 590.00
And that's for just the cylinder kit!
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They stroked this particular kit for a reason.

This entire engine kit was designed for a true road going scooter and not a racer. This means it's designed for lower revs and greater torque making it better suited for daily driving or touring.
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it is cool..
I like the hub/fork link cover piece in the ghost background image of the page
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A cast connecting rod? Seriously?
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A cast connecting rod? Seriously?
I'm guessing its a bit "lost in translation" between Italian and English.

I'll go out on a limb and say they said a custom length forged rod.
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That was translated by Google Chrome. Another translation says the word is "printed" instead of molded. All clear now?


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I suspected it was translated by Google when I read wasp instead of Vespa
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yes, i have a problem.

i like old scooters and seem to have too much money. is there anything you can do for that?
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Hey Rob, I wouldn't worry that much, you could be worse off.
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rob hodge wrote:
yes, i have a problem.

i like old scooters and seem to have too much money. is there anything you can do for that?
well, sir, you are in fact quite in luck!

do you have a chassis with reasonably questionable torsional strength, that may or may not have some type of rigidity problems and a very short wheel base?

yes? excellent... now onto the next question:

what about brakes? are they hypothetical, unreliable, woefully inadequate or just iffy at best?

mmhmmm... i see...

and tires? oh really? skinny? like almost bicycle sized? excellent... excellent...

oh and what of the electrical system and controls? down right archaic you say? oh, that's just perfect....

please sign here.

initial here, here, here... [flips page over] here... annnnddddd here.

we will also need you to complete these two life insurance policy forms...
oh, what? why two you say? well... one if for you, the other is for the bike...

best,
-greasy
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love that greasy! I am amazed at the performance available from engines these days as compared to what these little wheels are ready for! That doesn't mean I would pass up on the chance at one of these motors, though...
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