Have you heard any good do the clutches hold up for a while the only thing I heard is the cable for shifting needs adjusted from time to time also you do not what to run them full speed like four stoke for long due to they are two stroke.
Well I tried the photos I believe I do not have the right hook ups I have a yellow and white rca that hooks to computer and I think it is for something else? I need another cord to make that happen I think?
Trash truck I pulled the top off when I had the carb out of it when it was off the bike. I do not remember if there is a spring in there I will have to look again but the diaphragm was very clean there is a blader an thre and nothing can get up there.
I thought that the 2003 threw 2009 stellas were two stroke and the same as the px 150 except the badges? Are you saying the stellas have a smaller frame.
In 2010 I noticed it changed to 4 stroke on the stella and you are saying they are still manual shift.
What year stella do you have? I read some of the posts that you did to your scooter pipe carb glass fuse and shifter cable.
Also what is the life span of a 2 stroke if taken care of mile wise? You do not see as many vespas or stellas here in Pittsburgh. I am going to say tops three I have seen the px or stella.
I meet a guy named tommy over in bloomfeild I saw his scooter there for like a month and I couldn't take it any more I had to try to talk to him. He owns a 67 vespa 150 super. Wow you should of seen the look on his face when I nocked on his door
I told him I was interested about his scooter and his deminor changed he was happy to tell me about it I think he loved it I talked to him for close to an hour. Even asked him if he had any intrest selling it he was very attached to it and I don't blame him at all. Not every day you get to see a 67 super up close. Yeah I have seen them on ebay and pictures they are not super rare I don't think but most you see are restored and look mint. Tommys was not mint but in great working order original paint couple dent scratches what do expect from something of that age right.
Well anyways he was very friendly and glad I stopped to talk to him after a month of noticing it.
I also like the gts 200 250 300 they have a large frame and I rode a 250 and it was like 5 times peppier than my scoot. It had a salvage title so I never ended up buying it.
I don't really like the looks of the lx 150 but they are probley great scooters.
Cyborg you said to me you use to have a et4 is that an lx 150? I thought you had a 50 years ago.
I also looked at a piagio lt 150 it was pretty nice it needs some work I don't know if it was worth the money. Plus parts are hard to find for it but easy to get in another country they had everything.
The lx 150 piaggio is some what rare from what I learned was only made 2 years in usa but I think it is still made in othere countrys and parts you can get it is called a liberty in other countrys I believe.