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  • Vespa GTS dash/speedo compatibilty

    I haven't been online hear for a while but I have a little question for the Vespa GTS techno heads.  Is it possible to simply swap out the anolog dash on 2014 GTS250 for a digital dash from a 2009 GTS250?  are the all the connections the same ie wiring harnesses.  Just picked up the new GTS250 today and much prefer having a temp ...
  • Re: How do you pack to avoid bar wobble?

    There is alot of great advise here and I thank everyone for their bit, even the funny bugger ones.  Ive been playing around with the weight and during the week when ive got some more time I'll break down the loads and weights.  Here is a revised pack I tried tonight.  Putting the heavy tools under the front rack and the tent up ...
  • Re: How do you pack to avoid bar wobble?

    [quote user="bradr"]  Holly mackerel , is there really a Vespa under there ? , i'd reckon wheel wobble would be least of you're worries , you'll probably get done for overloading lol ps -you'de be wise to avoid the weighbridge at Marulan if you're travelling  the Hume Hwy. [/quote]   I ...
  • Re: How do you pack to avoid bar wobble?

      Looks like tomorrow after work I’ll try putting stuff in the footwell and forward more scooternut.  As for petegailey 6 point list No.1 Me neither but I want to take along some camera gear this trip and it will be my longest trip to date. No.2 Will try out tomorrow in the test No.3 I have the larger bar end weight on the ...
  • Re: How do you pack to avoid bar wobble?

     [quote user="e.nigma"] More up front and down low. Heaviest items in footwell, and something small but with good mass on the front rack. Oh and I like your PVC pipes. What do you carry inside? [/quote] Ok next ill try putting more weight on the front end.  I was thinking about putting my tool kit in a pvc pipe under the ...
  • How do you pack to avoid bar wobble?

     I'm having issues with getting bar wobble between 50-60kmh.  Ive tried packing the rear rack in different ways but no success.  If I remove the rear rack bags I have no issues so my idea in the last test pictured below was to put the lightest bits on the rear rack.  Nothing is heavy in those bags just my sleeping back ...
  • Re: Work in progress

     I tossed up betwwen Faco or Cuppini rear bars for a week but ended up going with the Cuppini rear protection bars with double tube as I liked that the front mount was the same as the Vespa branded ones.  Plus I knew I was going to use the bars outside of the manufacturers specs   I found the rear bars went on easy, I was ...
  • Re: Service Genuine Parts Markup

    [quote user="steve@ace"] Sorry - been very late in replying to this one.  Its a very important question, and one that has lots of different facets.  On the surface it all looks very simple.  In reality, its not. Pricing is a very, very sensitive subject, and I can understand why consumers get upset about it when they see ...
  • Re: buying my first scooter

    [quote user="Peter iliffe"]  Hi Guys new to this site ,i live in brisbane cbd looking to purchase i scooter to commute around west end ,cbd& highgate hill area ,sick of trying to find a carpark with my work vehicle 3 tonnes and need  2.4 height .Im looking at a tgb 101s i have a motor bike licence so looking for a ...
  • Re: Service Genuine Parts Markup

    [quote user="bradr"]Because of the way the laws are , if you buy overseas , say from the UK , they remove the VAT{pommy GST} from the equasion , there is no GST or other taxes added at this end , the Govt in Australia is only interested in you if the goods are over $1000, keep each bulk purchase to $999 an you're ok , presto tax free ...
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