ScootRS Lambretta reed-valve kits

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Tue Apr 19, 2011 9:37 am

We previously posted about our smaller reed valve kit and promised a look at the larger one. Here it is.

Unlike any other it uses a great Yamaha RD350 YPVS - TS1 type reed-valve and fits under the panels! :D :D

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Plenty of frame clearance, the photo is with a shock giving less clearance than normal.

Benefits: Price will be half or less of existing kits; uses a great, common read-valve.

The white part is a mock-up, we're waiting on the rubber. We'll provide more photos and info later.

For our smaller one, we're waiting on the casting then it will be released. Vespa will be next.

(There are some other good kits out there too, so please leave all drama aside and start a new thread if you want to promote a friend's item instead. It's not a war, it's just scooter parts. Thanks.)

Cheers.

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Tue Apr 19, 2011 5:54 pm

scootRS.com wrote:We previously posted about our smaller reed valve kit and promised a look at the larger one. Here it is.

Unlike any other it uses a great Yamaha RD350 YPVS - TS1 type reed-valve and fits under the panels! :D :D

Image

Plenty of frame clearance, the photo is with a shock giving less clearance than normal.

Benefits: Price will be half or less of existing kits; uses a great, common read-valve.

The white part is a mock-up, we're waiting on the rubber. We'll provide more photos and info later.

For our smaller one, we're waiting on the casting then it will be released. Vespa will be next.

(There are some other good kits out there too, so please leave all drama aside and start a new thread if you want to promote a friend's item instead. It's not a war, it's just scooter parts. Thanks.)

Cheers.
+1!

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Mon Apr 25, 2011 11:01 pm

Does it require trimming of the cooling fins?
How come phonetics isn't spelt with an 'f'?

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Tue Apr 26, 2011 11:35 am

So basically you want the free advertising but you don't want to ask any questions on how your items compare to other competitors?
This thread has been started again because you can't produce anything without slagging someone else off.

My personal feeling is you should be banned from this site. What have you ever done on here but advertise your wares or vent your crazy drivel?
Have you actually ever helped someone out on here either publically or by pm?

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Wed Apr 27, 2011 12:16 pm

If you have a question specifically about this item, Diablo, please don't hesitate to ask.

Yes, the fins need to be trimmed. (Not on our smaller kit though.) We're already onto a newer prototype with more clearance all-around. :D

We were going to let people get their own reeds but looks like we're going to be able to do the kit including reed for an incredible price now :D :D

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Wed Apr 27, 2011 12:24 pm

Any chance of a freebie for testing purposes..??

Be good PR for the forum.
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Sun Jun 05, 2011 9:17 pm

Thanks Scootrs another good product made for Lambretta's at a reasonable price no doubt.

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Sun Jun 05, 2011 10:39 pm

Fantastic! Not even the end of the first page and its already turned into a slanging match.

ScootRS Law could soon eclipse Godwins Law. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Godwin's_law
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Sun Jun 05, 2011 11:00 pm

and he forgot to say that you would have to butcher the fins......nuff said.... Cr*p product from a cr*p seller

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Sun Jun 05, 2011 11:32 pm

In fairness, you also need to seriously trim the fins with MB's own product. I doubt whether anyone would describe Broady's reed-valve as a cr*p product. Like Alan, however, I'd like to see how it fits under a panel and some side-to-side pics with MB's one and the LTH one, which doesn't need anything like as much trimming. I'd also like to see the angle it comes out at.

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