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  • BGM PRO RACE & BGM PROS TREET  Stroke Scooter Oil Vespa Lambretta
  • Wheel rim -BGM PRO 2.10-10- Vespa (type PX) – stainless steel polished
  • Wheel rim -BGM PRO- Lambretta LI Series 1-3, LI S, SX, TV Series 2-3 – stainless steel polished
  • Piston -BGM PRO MRB-Racetour Lambretta
  • Crankshaft bgm PRO
  • Cylinder head lambretta

“Now that it is in and fitted, I am satisfied with the crankshaft and because it is much smoother than the one I used before I can now appreciate the advantage of using a balanced crank compared to putting the same rod kit into Indian webs for instance. It is also good that you supply all the parts that people might need with the kit.”

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“The meeting didn’t quite go to plan due to me deciding to test the hardness of the tarmac! However…. Practise was very wet… (…) My first impression is that this damper actually works and works very well. The bike soaks up the bumps pretty well but I feel maybe I could have set the rebound a little harder to help stop the back end bounce on one particular corner. <!–more–>
(…)By the time of the first race the track is dry. I am on last place on the grid (grid positions are based on previous meeting‘s results and I couldn’t attend). By then end of the lap I am up to 5th from 19 starters. (…) The shock I have set to -3max on rebound and
– 4max compression.. it’s working fine and the bike feels transformed. By lap 1.5 I am into 4th behind The 250cc grp6 bikes of Topper, Turner and the 210 grp4 bike of Charely Edmonds. The corner which I had the issue on is now improved and the bike feels much safer and I actually manage to stay on the seat.. the corner is a 70mph left. (…) The shock however even in two laps I feel is a massive improvement over the rs24.”

ony O´Brien Vespa 90 SS : Vespa Tuning: Vespa Racing

I covered 4.500km riding across Austria, Slovenia, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Turkey and Greece and the scooter was a joy to ride. The <strong>bgm PRO</strong> shocks and were perfect and I’ll soon be stripping the silentblocks out to check them. On appearance, and in use now, they were fantastic. Well done!