Thanks for looking. I'm struggling which to sell, either my TargaTwin or this Series 2, this is the cheaper... I must admit, I prefer for the most part the engine in this Series 2, but the Targa owes me so much money...
This is my 3 colour (Kawazaki colours) LI 150 that has ghosting logos and an airbrushed number plate, lots of compliments on the paintwork. Touch up paints included.
New white seat fitted, so the blue seat will be included if you want it.
It has covered 300 + miles, so most parts are still like new, although a few items have been replaced by me as they were worn or old when I got the scooter.
All panels except the chassis are fibreglass, so this is a light machine and goes like stink, it'll keep up with my 29bhp Targatwin.
It has PM Tuning front and rear suspension with new forks, SIP rims and new tyres.
Spare brand new front SIP rim and tyre plus spare SIP rim bolted to a new hub and tyre.
Rare drop handlebars with a SIP speedo which is accurate to 1 mph with my sat nav.
Boxenstop headlight with 55w bulb.
On the top of the legshield toolbox is a Gamma Technology RTE 1000 showing at a glance the revs, head and exhaust temps, it also keeps the highest readings of those in its memory, very easy to adjust.
The choke is below the throttle on the handlebars, so easy to control.
Billet brake pedal.
CamLam 10 litre fuel tank with inbuilt toolbox housing a 12v battery. The battery powers the LED brake light, horn and the SIP speedo and Gamma RTE unit plus a twin USB socket on top of the toolbox for powering a sat nav / mobile phone etc.
Finishing off the body is a sprint rack.
On the dyno 16th of August showing 26 bhp. Jon who tuned it was mighty impressed with the power band...
This is a Super Monza ported by Harry Barlow at Pro Porting with a 60 x 120 crank, the engine cowlings are carbon fibre.
35mm Mikuni carb jetted by Darrell Taylor with him building the exhaust as well.
Variotronic ignition giving 13.5 volts to the lights, ignition and battery.
AF Rayspeed 6 plate clutch running a LI 150 Pacemaker gearbox.
Casings are black powder coated.
JB Fabrications gear linkages.
Nology HT lead.
Brakes pull up nice and smoothly.
I think the first to see and ride this will buy it.
Recently imported from Italy.
The 50cc Lambretta was made for the Italian market and is a very rare sight in the UK. We are advised it was originally aimed at the ladies Market because of its lighter.....
I have for sale a totally conserved Stellina 125.
The engine runs greatly.
I have plate number and original declaration to authorities of stop of circulation.
I can ship worldwide at buyer's expenses.