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Hi,
Unless one can find the frame code, what are the tell-tales of a 100 Sport compared to aPrimavera/VMA2?
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the 100 sport has P style switches on the handlebars
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The primavera had a toolbox on the left hand side
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thestigjjj wrote:
The primavera had a toolbox on the left hand side
The US model from the '70s didn't have the toolbox, the side of the cowl came off to access the battery, same as the 100 sport.
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Difference would be the P-Series style switch on the handlebars for the 100 sport model. All the Sport 100s I've seen also do not have a center mat, but have the floor runners with rubber. My stock US model Primavera came with a floor mat.
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dont know how you would check cos im shite with electrics. but use 100 sport is 12volt and use primmy is 6volt
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Look at the shifter
100 Sport only goes up to 3, but the Primmy is a 4 speed. A few other differences visually as well:
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This model was specifically designed for the US market and had a different headlight, an 8 pole P series ignition switch, a neutral light,P series headset switches, 12V ignition, indicators, and a battery
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Thank you everyone for your input. Great stuff, very helpful, much appreciated.
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