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siobhan ellis

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  1. can’t help you there I’m afraid. Make sure you get a post-mod version which is stronger.
  2. I'll start this out by making sure you know I'm a dealer. So, you can take this piece of information how you want. The Ancilotti Sport gives you about 3 or 4 extra bhp, but is quite quiet due to an end can. My first experience of the exhaust, I was quite impressed. I was riding a Mugello 225 with a StandarD Ancilotti. My friend riding. Small Block 200 and he had the Sport. He could nearly keep up with me on the flat, but he'd often just beat me on a hill.
  3. It would be nice to see this there. I have one of these Innocenti machines as well now. Have you done any more work on yours?
  4. Hi Corey, I did say that the internals are Gold 🙂 It also has the Italian style rear mudguard, rather than the Spanish style. However, it does have the Spanish stand. Note the engine mounts are painted white. I think it's the Spanish style tank. I've added some pics for you.
  5. Golden Jet 200, Restored for me by Buzz (Anthony Beaumont from Buzz solo moto in the UK). Whilst it has been repainted and rebuilt, it is virtually all original. This is frame number 551070. Is Golden on the outside, with gold internals. Innocenti parts on mine were: cylinder head, inlet manifold, kick start, disc brake and ignition switches are Italian. Side panels are thin top version.
  6. Corey, Buzz has been documenting amounts of Innocenti parts in, so called, S1 (Or Golden) Jets. When he restored mine, he documented what he found that was Innocenti. His comment was that it is a pattern rather than a cut off. e.g., bike 1 may have a part made by Innocenti, bike 2 made by Eibar, Bike 3 Innocenti again...
  7. There's now a room available at the Rocket Motel, as I had to cancel dues to loosing my job.
  8. Well deserved. A beautiful bike!
  9. bloody typical! I recently spent a small fortune getting Chiselspeed to create a Luna 140cc for me!
  10. Stu, I replied to the email Cambridge sent you. The reason for the similarity in products is that we both sell Tino Sacchi products, I am the North American distributor.
  11. I've been installing one on my Misano running a Super Imola: On facebook
  12. I have 6 rear Hydra brakes in stock. https://lambrettaconcessionaires.com/products/hydra-rear-brake
  13. My NYPD Innocenti made LI 150 had paint on the fork link bolts
  14. They are not that easy to get yet. I'll have some in stock. Meanwhile, I can answer any questions on them.
  15. I was actually showing it at the Jamboree on a Misano engine case. Latest I have is that should be available in the next few weeks, which also means the front ones will also be available again too. There are no mods required to the engine case for this, at all. The Master cylinder sits on the rear footboard support leg, and is cable operated between the pedal and the Master Cylinder. I'll get some detailed pcs for you of the prototype I have.
  16. I can't speak for the other vendors, but I can assure you that my margin is not that high. I know everyone thinks parts are expensive, and they are, but it is not the store owners that make them so. They are expensive to produce in limited quantities. e.g., I had some screws made for the Luna line recently. 227 screws cost me $800. I doubt I'll sell 100 of these screws, but I've priced them at $8.80 each so I can break even at 100. (The other 10% is to deal with overhead, such as the time/effort/fuel and PayPal/credit card fees).
  17. To make it interesting, I'll provide the following: Vouchers for Lambretta Concessionaires. $50 for anyone who rides more than 1000 miles $100 for anyone who rides further than me (I'm expecting about 1500 miles) $200 to the person who rides the farthest. Now, definition of distance is reasonable direct. That is, no riding in a circle just to up your miles, but reasonable detours for sight seeing or staying off freeways are allowed. e.g., San Jose to Seattle was 840 miles direct up I5. However, as we went up 1 and 101, with some sight seeing deviations, we did 1158 miles. Plan was to do 250 more, again a deviation for sight seeing. so I'd have accepted 1400 miles. Basically, you have to justify the distance you rode.
  18. Josh, the 225 Mugello is designed to be a kit with torque, and so should be able to pull a TV200 gearbox. Having said that, 2 up adds weight. I have no idea on the relative sizes of the people involved though. I just rode over the Alps and Pyrenees on a Mugello 225 on a standard SX200 gearbox, no problem at all. Can't talk about using a BGM though, as I have no experience.
  19. I was hoping I could help. Smallest front sprocket I have is a 15. I even looked in my personal stash. No luck ? Sorry.
  20. Benji, can't promise the whole weekend, but I think I may be a tad sick of riding by the time I get there. Will have 3 machines, so we might be able to help you... although 2 will be Spanish steel!
  21. Riding, the long way, from San Jose with 3 friends from Italy.
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