vespa piaggio CNC'd aluminum racing SUBFRAME
vespa piaggio CNC'd aluminum racing SUBFRAME
 



  $235.00

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new reinforced CNC'd bolt apart aluminum swingarm/subframe for vespa!! fits all model subframe vespas!! maybe not boxer though, i think those are longer? fits 12 - 17in vespa wheels perfecto!

this sumbframe is insanely strong! sure to never break or crack!! weighing it at an impressive 10lbs 3oz its a bit heavier than the 4lb stocker.

large cutaway on the right side allows you to use a reed inducted side case half with no modifications! will not work with kickstart or oil injected motors without some modifications. lots of clearance on the variator side for both single speed and variated setups.

bolt apart design allows you to remove the variator side half while still on the bike for ease of motor installation. includes everything shown in the photos! these come disassembled, some assembly required.

now includes some radical knurled footpegs that attach via m8 threaded studs!

sporting a nice silver anodized finish!

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Hold my beer while I jump that mountain June 11, 2018
taco eater : Alan from Washington, DC United States  
I pretty much ripped the mounting tabs off my stock sub from hooning too hard.

This subframe is absolutely beautiful. Comes with all the hardware you will need, lower shock bolts, wheel mount stuff, etc.

No more rear wheel flex! Ride over curbs and rats and mountains and your enemies with no fear!

Fits a Polini Case w/ PHBG w/ malossi E12 filter no problem; You dont need to cut holes in anything woah!! Yeah i dunno about being able to adjust the idle mix screw but meh! you can get to the idle speed screw with your witch fingers or pliers. That weird lookin crescent piece is a spacer to make more space.

Fits the 108mm rear pulley as well.

I did need to drill a hole to mount the pipe. Aluminum is soft so it's ezpz. Also the back of the bike sits slightly higher on stock shocks it seems. Guess i gotta get some dope mountain bike shocks to huck that ten footer. hang loose brah.

for real, buy it. Good deal.



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Solid. Very solid April 10, 2017
taco eater : Shaun from Omaha, NE United States  
Bought this since i dont have welding tools or experience.
Word of advice put this together make sure you have everything. Then take the variator side off put the motor in and if you arent using the reed valve side make sure you carb is dialed in(otherwise youll have to wiggle it out from top. There is no side hole). Then bolt it back up. Then mount it to frame. Ive only had a few rides but feels solid

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