Thu Jun 18, 2009 1:59 pm

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Thu Jun 18, 2009 1:59 pm linkquote
Hey guys

I'm looking for a new project... late 70's PX 125 that's in ok shape .. gonna take the motor out and replaced it with a kitted 150cc Sprint engine that I have on the side..I may or may not cut it...there is one for sale in San Diego that is currently running for 1100 bucks..anyways... I'm very interested in getting drop bars for it as well as a custom seat show below on the all blue scoot and Red Bull scoot.

Has anyone got the drop bars from SIP or Amerian Scooter Center? Does anyone know who can custom make them? I've seen some that are a bit more extreme than others. Also, where can I find a custom seat set up like that? Any feed back is appreciated. Thanks!







Thu Jun 18, 2009 3:07 pm

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Thu Jun 18, 2009 3:07 pm linkquote
a mate made his own drops and is makin a set for me.

im in the process of makin my own race seat too, well once i finish the rear disc brake.
Thu Jun 18, 2009 3:31 pm

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Thu Jun 18, 2009 3:31 pm linkquote
pajd wrote:
a mate made his own drops and is makin a set for me.

im in the process of makin my own race seat too, well once i finish the rear disc brake.
Anyway to pass me along some pictures for reference? Do they split the top down the middle then weld in another piece? I've never seen it done. So the seat it totally custom as well? You can't just buy them like that correct?
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Thu Jun 18, 2009 3:37 pm linkquote
Guy named Tim Bridges makes drops and I've heard good things, I don't have his contact info, maybe look on the BBS.

Hey, I might have a project for you! Will PM details to see if you're interested...

As for seats, I like this low profile seat for customs, but maybe people are sick of hearing me say it by now:

http://www.scooterworks.com/Seat_Super_Low_Profile_P4695C551.cfm

(and despite what it says on their page, I don't think this is a Giuliari seat)
Thu Jun 18, 2009 3:47 pm

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Thu Jun 18, 2009 3:47 pm linkquote
you cut the headset in to three at the roller mounts the weld them at the desired angle then fill in the gap with weld. the top is pretty easy, basically cut it along the tips then bolt it to the bottom so that it sits at the right angle then just fibreglass in the gap........

the seat from sip cost bout £70, so ive got some craft foam that i have carved and sculpted in to the desired shape of the seat and al i need to do now is to give it 3 or 4 coats of fibreglass and resin, then paint it.

remember to create space underneath so that the fuel cap isnt fouled
Thu Jun 18, 2009 3:53 pm

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Thu Jun 18, 2009 3:53 pm linkquote
hp wrote:
Guy named Tim Bridges makes drops and I've heard good things, I don't have his contact info, maybe look on the BBS.

Hey, I might have a project for you! Will PM details to see if you're interested...

As for seats, I like this low profile seat for customs, but maybe people are sick of hearing me say it by now:

http://www.scooterworks.com/Seat_Super_Low_Profile_P4695C551.cfm

(and despite what it says on their page, I don't think this is a Giuliari seat)
Hiram..you are a good man!

I need this guy's #. Where is he located do you know? I'm going to try and track him down. Anyone here know of this guy?

That is a pretty sick seat. It looks like the one that's on that German RedBull scoot..and the price isn't too bad either. Thanks!

Hit me up with some pictures of your "project" please.

Thanks again!
Thu Jun 18, 2009 3:55 pm

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Thu Jun 18, 2009 3:55 pm linkquote
pajd wrote:
you cut the headset in to three at the roller mounts the weld them at the desired angle then fill in the gap with weld. the top is pretty easy, basically cut it along the tips then bolt it to the bottom so that it sits at the right angle then just fibreglass in the gap........

the seat from sip cost bout £70, so ive got some craft foam that i have carved and sculpted in to the desired shape of the seat and al i need to do now is to give it 3 or 4 coats of fibreglass and resin, then paint it.

remember to create space underneath so that the fuel cap isnt fouled
Aye...I think from the sounds of it I will leave it up to a pro to tackle this one..which seat did you get from S.I.P?
Thu Jun 18, 2009 4:52 pm

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Thu Jun 18, 2009 4:52 pm linkquote
hp wrote:
Guy named Tim Bridges makes drops and I've heard good things, I don't have his contact info, maybe look on the BBS.
I second that recommendation. I've seen some very sweet looking drop bars that he has done. His user ID on the scooterbbs is scooterstuff.

-Andrea
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Thu Jun 18, 2009 5:38 pm linkquote
My Tim Bridges Bars were the only part on the front of my P200 that survived this crash:



Here they are before the crash:



He does great work. Holler if you need contact info for him.
Thu Jun 18, 2009 5:40 pm

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Thu Jun 18, 2009 5:40 pm linkquote
Oh. I sold those bars at the Motorsport Scooters Yard Sale for $140.
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Thu Jun 18, 2009 6:08 pm linkquote
Max

That scoot you did have is what I'm looking for...please PM me with his info please!

I would have given you 200 bucks for that headset
Thu Jun 18, 2009 6:10 pm

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Thu Jun 18, 2009 6:10 pm linkquote
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Max

That scoot you did have is what I'm looking for...please PM me with his info please!

I would have given you 200 bucks for that headset
Too bad you didn't make it down.... 8) Sending PM now...
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Thu Jun 18, 2009 6:45 pm linkquote
bring your own handlebar to the lathe shop they can do anything you want
you can determine by yourself how many degree of inclination bar which you want
in here only $40 for the cost
here's from my backyard




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Thu Jun 18, 2009 7:10 pm linkquote
Now this is exactly why I disagree with those who think/know that the fully hydraulic front brake is better. I have the semi-hydraulic system and it works great. Unless your into rear wheelies I just don't see it! I'm going to put my 80's windshield on now. 8)
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Thu Jun 18, 2009 7:30 pm linkquote
i have a stock brake and it will skid out on me.

i think the point that some of us make on one or the other is that IF you are going to spend the coin to mod the brake system with hydraulics,one should go full and not assist. the assist was developed so one would not have to swap headsets for a bottom that will accommidate the master cylinder.

when doing a bike from ground up,go full hydro or stock.

imho
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Thu Jun 18, 2009 8:41 pm linkquote
F*ck the brake - I dig the lammy horncast on the blue scoot
Thu Jun 18, 2009 9:05 pm

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Thu Jun 18, 2009 9:05 pm linkquote
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VLBJS1 wrote:
Max

That scoot you did have is what I'm looking for...please PM me with his info please!

I would have given you 200 bucks for that headset
Too bad you didn't make it down.... 8) Sending PM now...
Thanks Max. Where is he located? How long did it take for him to finish it?
Thu Jun 18, 2009 9:07 pm

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Thu Jun 18, 2009 9:07 pm linkquote
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F*ck the brake - I dig the lammy horncast on the blue scoot
I know..I love it!

I also want to get those Euro style blinkers at the ends of the headset!!! Want to help me build this damn thing?! hahaha
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Fri Jun 19, 2009 1:25 am linkquote
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i have a stock brake and it will skid out on me.

i think the point that some of us make on one or the other is that IF you are going to spend the coin to mod the brake system with hydraulics,one should go full and not assist. the assist was developed so one would not have to swap headsets for a bottom that will accommidate the master cylinder.

when doing a bike from ground up,go full hydro or stock.

imho
the semi hydraulic kit was brought out by grimeca way before piaggio had thought of puting a fully hydraulic disc on a vespa.
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Fri Jun 19, 2009 1:27 am linkquote
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pajd wrote:
you cut the headset in to three at the roller mounts the weld them at the desired angle then fill in the gap with weld. the top is pretty easy, basically cut it along the tips then bolt it to the bottom so that it sits at the right angle then just fibreglass in the gap........

the seat from sip cost bout £70, so ive got some craft foam that i have carved and sculpted in to the desired shape of the seat and al i need to do now is to give it 3 or 4 coats of fibreglass and resin, then paint it.

remember to create space underneath so that the fuel cap isnt fouled
Aye...I think from the sounds of it I will leave it up to a pro to tackle this one..which seat did you get from S.I.P?
it was the sip race seat fiberglass body and foam pad.
Fri Jun 19, 2009 8:26 am

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Fri Jun 19, 2009 8:26 am linkquote
pajd wrote:
jimmyb865 wrote:
i have a stock brake and it will skid out on me.

i think the point that some of us make on one or the other is that IF you are going to spend the coin to mod the brake system with hydraulics,one should go full and not assist. the assist was developed so one would not have to swap headsets for a bottom that will accommidate the master cylinder.

when doing a bike from ground up,go full hydro or stock.

imho
the semi hydraulic kit was brought out by grimeca way before piaggio had thought of puting a fully hydraulic disc on a vespa.
see there,proved wrong on history,love this place,thanx. 8)
Fri Jun 19, 2009 8:44 am

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Fri Jun 19, 2009 8:44 am linkquote
Indeed...always learn something new here..it's great

Anyone tell me where I can get those euro style blinkers/lights or whatever the hell they are?
Fri Jun 19, 2009 9:18 am

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Fri Jun 19, 2009 9:18 am linkquote
You'll find all your euro scooter tat on the german scooter sites like scooter center, sip ect theres another rollerz de or something but fucked if I can remember it.
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Fri Jun 19, 2009 9:25 am linkquote
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Anyone tell me where I can get those euro style blinkers/lights or whatever the hell they are?
Are you talking about bar-end signals?

I like the Oberons:



There are also some good bar-ends from Hella and Kellermann out there, in addition to the Euro Vespa style (I think Motorsport stocks these) on the bike you posted above. The type with 360 degree visiblity are probably easier/more suitable to install on a scoot where your handlebar tubes are not fixed in one place all the time.
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Fri Jun 19, 2009 9:53 am linkquote
T5bitsa69 wrote:
You'll find all your euro scooter tat on the german scooter sites like scooter center, sip ect theres another rollerz de or something but fucked if I can remember it.
I need to brush up on my German?! hahaha...I've been searching the german scooter sites...yeah there is rollerzentrale at http://www.rollerzentrale.de/ and rollerladen at http://www.rollerladen.com/

however..in trusting with shippment to the states I may just have to go with S.I.P.
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Fri Jun 19, 2009 9:57 am linkquote
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VLBJS1 wrote:
Anyone tell me where I can get those euro style blinkers/lights or whatever the hell they are?
Are you talking about bar-end signals?

I like the Oberons:



There are also some good bar-ends from Hella and Kellermann out there, in addition to the Euro Vespa style (I think Motorsport stocks these) on the bike you posted above. The type with 360 degree visiblity are probably easier/more suitable to install on a scoot where your handlebar tubes are not fixed in one place all the time.
Ha..that's pretty cool.

I like the ones from Motorsport (out of stock ) so I'm sure they get them from S.I.P. I will have to email Max. I will need these if I decide to pick up your frame!!
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Fri Jun 19, 2009 4:59 pm linkquote
i like those cause you know when there on.
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Fri Jun 19, 2009 9:18 pm linkquote
jimmyb865 wrote:
i like those cause you know when there on.
Ya need those Jimmy cuz you are gettn' old n' forgettn' to turn off yer damn signals!
Fri Jun 19, 2009 9:22 pm

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Fri Jun 19, 2009 9:22 pm linkquote
hey hey wipper snapper

i'm in garage working and your young a-- is at the pc 8)

you buyin h's frame
Fri Jun 19, 2009 9:38 pm

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Fri Jun 19, 2009 9:38 pm linkquote
Hey...now..after work I had to...

hook up my new speedo cable so I can get a false reading on how fast I'm going and mileage...and change out my gear box oil...shit stinks dude really bad everytime...and I always seem to spill a little all over the fucking place..

I'm coming out to scoot invasion on the last day Sunday (need to hijack Steelcap aka Mark) and I'm gonna meet up with H.P. to see what he's got..I want to do a P series German racer/cut down type scoot..and my wife wants to cut my head off already so I'm tryn' to tip toe my way around it You gonna be around that Sunday Master Splinter? We need to go for a ride around!

Max @ Motorsport had a sick one till he killed it
Fri Jun 19, 2009 10:42 pm

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Fri Jun 19, 2009 10:42 pm linkquote
I found this one and almost shit my pants..very nice



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Je6qAOQvMos&feature=related

What the hell kind of front fork is that?
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Lambretta with an RGV muddy
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Sat Jun 20, 2009 1:55 am linkquote
Rule one for any street racer builder -------- If your using a standard front end fit T5 horncasing and muddy. It'll look fast parked up
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Sat Jun 20, 2009 6:24 am linkquote
((((( You gonna be around that Sunday Master Splinter? We need to go for a ride around!))))))




it's my b-day on the 9th,i'm riding

sundays ride meets up at tommys burger which i can see from the middle of my street,no sh-- 8)

i and skatelab todd will be doing that ride,he leads.

they call him skatelab todd cause he owns this place called skatelab(google it)
Sat Jun 20, 2009 3:22 pm

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Sat Jun 20, 2009 3:22 pm linkquote
hella bar-end turn signals
not to hijack the thread, but;

does anybody know if the hella bar-end turn signals fit and work on a 2005 vespa px150 that you guys mentioned above?

and, if they do fit and work, how easy/hard is the install?

the sip site says that they fit 'almost' all vespa scooters, but does not list the models of scooters that the product will work with as they usually do. just don't want to purchase them and then find out that the px is not included in their 'almost' category.

max are you going to get these any time soon? would rather get them from you than germany!

thanks again everyone for the great info on this site.

john
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Sat Jun 20, 2009 3:26 pm linkquote
They originally took a special inner bar that didn't spin as the throttle tube and shifter tube did spin. Those parts are near impossible to find these days. As long as you don't mind them spinning with the handlebar tubes, you can fit them into almost any vintage vespa including the PX150. It might take a little ingenuity with wiring and mounting. They are not bolt-on.
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Sat Jun 20, 2009 3:33 pm linkquote
thanks max!
thanks max.

ok, what is your opinion about these turn signal bar-ends 'spinning' as you say?

is it kind of funky looking? distracting? or, kind of cool? ha!

and, when you say 'nearly impossible to find' where would you suggest that i try to find the rotating part? (i assume that part fits a px?)

finally, are you going to get some of these bar-ends in the near future?

thanks again max.

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Sat Jun 20, 2009 3:42 pm linkquote
Re: thanks max!
john51 wrote:
thanks max.

ok, what is your opinion about these turn signal bar-ends 'spinning' as you say?

is it kind of funky looking? distracting? or, kind of cool? ha!

and, when you say 'nearly impossible to find' where would you suggest that i try to find the rotating part? (i assume that part fits a px?)

finally, are you going to get some of these bar-ends in the near future?

thanks again max.

john
They're just going to rotate as your throttle and shifter tube rotate. Not really a big deal.

Those original tubes for those are not available to the best of my knowledge, and were designed for a different headset, not the P-series.

We have more bar end turn signals coming in a few weeks. We've always had them in stock until people on Modern Vespa started talking about them, and now we're out of stock on them.
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Sat Jun 20, 2009 4:05 pm linkquote
great.

i'm off to greece until september, can you hold a pair of them for me until i return? i can pre-pay if you like.

thanks again for all the help max.

john
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