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Px200 front brake shoes: compound, best stopping

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rolf 14 hours ago. 1 Reply

Our px200 front drum brake model is not great on the front brakes when they are cold.I've stripped and serviced the shoes, and replaced inner and outer cables with little overall improvement,.also…Continue

Px200 engine mount bushes - polyurethane

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rolf Nov 17. 3 Replies

Hi all, Has anyone used polyurethane engine mount bushes on a Px200e?One of our scoots is a little unstable, the engine flexes on its mounts a bit, but after removing the bushes for inspection they…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Julie Pond Oct 2. 1 Reply

Hello Vespa enthusiasts,I have been riding since was a teen, and one of my first bikes was a little 2 stroke scooter. I then acquired another 4 stroke mini bike which had a motor used in many Jap…Continue

 

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Rolf replied to Ray Cassar's discussion Px200 front brake shoes: compound, best stopping
"These have been developed for race use and are apparently excellent from what I've read. I plan on using them in one of my projects…"
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Px200 front brake shoes: compound, best stopping

Our px200 front drum brake model is not great on the front brakes when they are cold.I've stripped and serviced the shoes, and replaced inner and outer cables with little overall improvement,.also have new steering bearings, not that these should matter apart from resolving a front bake shudder.Has anyone got suggestions on replacement brake shoes that perform good when cold or any other fixes?Cheers, RaySee More
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Rolf replied to Ray Cassar's discussion Px200 engine mount bushes - polyurethane
"I run the  one piece rubber mounts in my engines and have no stability problems. Easy to install…"
Nov 17
Ray Cassar replied to Ray Cassar's discussion Px200 engine mount bushes - polyurethane
"Thanks David, The only Claus studio bushes I have found are on eBay and come from California. Does any one know if there is another supplier? Also maybe the bushes we currently have installed are soft like you suggest. There are plenty of…"
Nov 16
David Atkinson replied to Ray Cassar's discussion Px200 engine mount bushes - polyurethane
"Hi Ray, I have Claus Studio polyurethane engine mounts installed on my Vespa 150. There is a past thread about them here: http://vespaclubmelbourne.com.au/forum/topics/p200-engine-mounts You shouldn't be able to push your motor from side…"
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Px200 engine mount bushes - polyurethane

Hi all, Has anyone used polyurethane engine mount bushes on a Px200e?One of our scoots is a little unstable, the engine flexes on its mounts a bit, but after removing the bushes for inspection they are in excellent condition with no wear evident.The wheel bearing seems fine etc etc.I have read the polyurethane bushes are better handling, but may cause some harshness as a compromise.Alternatively, are there any replacement rubbers that are stiffer  than the originals & less harsh than the…See More
Nov 15
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"Hi Ray Welcome to the club, we look forward to meeting you. Cheers Julie"
Sep 16
Ray Cassar is a new Registered User of Vespa Club of Melbourne - welcome!
Sep 16

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At 20:04 on September 16, 2017, Julie Pond said…

Hi Ray

Welcome to the club, we look forward to meeting you.

Cheers Julie

 
 
 

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