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Piaggio MP# 500 cc
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Location: Vaggeryd Sweden
 
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Piaggio MP# 500 cc
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Posts: 1
Location: Vaggeryd Sweden
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Hello! About to buy an MP3 500 cc and wondering what distinguishes the different year models? In 2015, there were 13" front wheels, but is there anything else that I should pay attention to, something extra that I should investigate/try when I look at a suitable object? What year models do you recommend? Want to make it more personal and wonder if they changed the painted the covers on the sides and front? Here in Sweden there are no used parts etc so I wonder if there is something where you can buy the side covers and the parts for the front, a little defective doesn't matter because I have the whole winter to fix them! Where to buy you spare parts cheapest, here a belt costs +120 Euro so I usually buy car parts abroad most of the time.If I buy one I will change to J Costa variator and possibly other rollers/weights this winter!
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GTS 300ABS, Buddy 125, Buddy Kick 125
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GTS 300ABS, Buddy 125, Buddy Kick 125
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Posts: 13411
Location: Oregon City, OR
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Maksor on this site is based in the Netherlands. He is a good source for MP3 advice and parts. He and a number of other MP3 specialists mostly frequent the MP3 forum of this site.
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