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2010 Vespa LX150
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I was going to order a Xena disk lock alarm for my LX150 (It's new but a 2010 model, previously pink but they're custom painting it for me) before I bring the bike home but cannot locate recent information about which Xena lock best fits... Does anyone out there know which size will fit an LX150?

If no one is for sure I can easily wait; I have the Xena sizing guide printed out and can measure my disk when I do get the bike. (I do already have a couple secure chains and another small disk lock from my previous scoot. Ha, I just know how nervous I will be trying to sleep the first few nights so I thought I'd go ahead and ask in order to order it now.)

Thanks for your time & advice,
Bonanza
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2007 LX150 Daring Plum Leonardo Da Vespa
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2007 LX150 Daring Plum Leonardo Da Vespa
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Aloha and welcome to the forum. Can't help you on the size since i have a lock alarm but i have a 150. Great scooters. Make sure you get the handlebar bungee so you are reminded it's there. Not good to ride off with it on or should i say try to ride off. Pics of the scooter when you get it please. What color? Anyway have fun riding it and be careful out there.
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lx-60
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lx-60
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I bought the XZZ6L for my LX and it works great, I got the lock and free cable from www.lockandloud.com on special offer for $65.00 enter this discount code at checkout SCOOT2012
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2006 GTS 250
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2006 GTS 250
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Good luck. I really love mine but it does not have the bungee cord. It goes off if I start the scooter with it armed though so no worries about riding away with it. One word of advice: Don't try to use the tiny holes on the disk like I did for so long before I realized I could lock it all the way to the wider opening in the center of the disc. I feel so stupid to admit it now! I change the batteries on mine twice a year.
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Molto Verboso
Fly 150, 2006 black
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Fly 150, 2006 black
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I have a Xena but never use it, too much hassle. I much prefer my grip -lock and actually use it regularly. It also has the benefit of preventing passersby and kids from playing with the throttle! Highly recommended.
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