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credit to usmusket for the idea of starting a thread for all things Supertech. I received mine this week, Tuesday and whilst she's a thing of beauty, there are clearly some bugs to be ironed out.

EG : I can't tell whether the ASR is on or off because the light is on permanently (doesn't need calibrating, if you check the app you can see it turn on and off, the light just isn't representative of the status)

Also - bluetoothing in a headset via the app (to connect the headset via the dash) crashes the app. So right now she's answering my calls but I can't talk to the caller haha
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This is the forth or fifth Modern Vespa i've owned or taken care of for family but it is the first I've really needed the manual for. Up to this one I've found them very intuitive. My SuperTech manual now has lots of little post-it page markers.

There's a section dealing with the Bluetooth system; Ive re-read it several times. The multiple languages on one page I find annoying/distracting but I've been able to suss out the useful bits.

There's been some discussion of the ASR system on here already. I think they were speaking of a GTS but it should apply to the SuperTech as well. Try searching for ASR

I see in the photo y'all get those funky, after thought, pin on reflectors too. One of mine fell off the first week I had it. The dealer said he'd replace it but if it was his he'd remove them all. So for a couple a bucks I bought a set of plugs for those hole from him and with a couple of bottles of testor model paint to color match, they're gone. I'll try and add pictures later.
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I agree it looks a lot neater - like the saddle too, had the same one on my previous GTS
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MattsDigits would you guys please let me know the part number to your smoked fly deflector and sport seat. I was at the dealer today and they said there was no smoked fly deflector that would fit my supertech.
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It's just the normal GTS short smoke flyscreen. The fitment is the same as every other GTS.

Like this one:

https://www.scootercentral.com.au/shop/gts-super-small-smoked-windscreen/

The saddle I sadly don't have anymore, but depending on the age of your GTS, it may not fit. My old one was a 2008 and the bucket is a different shape so I ended up having to cut down the saddle lip on the inside. Not a big job but something to be aware of.
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