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bringing back my LML VESPA back on roads

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  • bringing back my LML VESPA back on roads

    hi guys i have got a lml vespa 97 model done 1 lac+
    now its not performong well
    once i had bore piston job done in lathe but completely useless
    now i want u guys to suggest some mods(cosmetic+performance) that i can do to my scooter
    anyways still i love its ride!
    Last edited by ken cool; 07-19-2010, 05:14 PM. Reason: corrected sms language!
    REV it hard until u feel
    adrenaline gushing in through ur body
    AND of course thats called nirvana!

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    Topic Approved

    Please avoid sms language!
    The Wheel was a great invention; Two Wheels with a Motor in between was even better!


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    • #3
      I have an old LML Vespa lying at home too.
      I'm planning to give her a nice mild green with cream paint job with a decent dose of Chrome. I hope it turns out well.
      I'm waiting to get my silver ZMa painted Pearl white first.

      All the best bro.
      Never Argue with an Idiot !!!
      He will bring you down to his level and beat you with his experience.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by dibya1712 View Post
        hi guys i have got a lml vespa 97 model done 1 lac+
        now its not performong well
        once i had bore piston job done in lathe but completely useless
        now i want u guys to suggest some mods(cosmetic+performance) that i can do to my scooter
        anyways still i love its ride!
        i think its better to modify with this color scheme shown in this picture, with twin chrome rear view mirrors, transparent blinker lenses.
        Biker of the Year -2013

        1987 Yamaha RD-350-B
        2009 Pulsar 220 DTS-Fi
        2017 aprilia SR 150

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        • #5
          nice one!
          but i would love paintaing it black with some racing strips at front!
          i want some engine modifications also
          i want to use a cdi ignition in it!
          any more ideas!!
          REV it hard until u feel
          adrenaline gushing in through ur body
          AND of course thats called nirvana!

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          • #6
            Where will he able to get the transparent blinkers from?

            Any more Ideas?? Try using Photoshop and mix-n-match. you'll get something awesome
            Never Argue with an Idiot !!!
            He will bring you down to his level and beat you with his experience.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Coplay@180 View Post
              I have an old LML Vespa lying at home too.
              I'm planning to give her a nice mild green with cream paint job with a decent dose of Chrome. I hope it turns out well.
              When do we start this?
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              • #8
                Nice thought...Just post some pics now, and while the work is in progress.
                sigpicTame the Road........

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Coplay@180 View Post
                  Where will he able to get the transparent blinkers from?

                  Any more Ideas?? Try using Photoshop and mix-n-match. you'll get something awesome
                  Here's the link for transparent blinker lenses & other goodies for the Vespa(more than 70% of the parts mentioned in this site are compatible with our LML Vespa), so there is no need to try Photoshop

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                  Biker of the Year -2013

                  1987 Yamaha RD-350-B
                  2009 Pulsar 220 DTS-Fi
                  2017 aprilia SR 150

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by vas View Post
                    When do we start this?
                    I have got clearance to take the scoot wheneva I want. Can't bring it to Cbe because I have a parking problem here. Can park only 1 bike.
                    Never Argue with an Idiot !!!
                    He will bring you down to his level and beat you with his experience.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by frankpilli View Post
                      so there is no need to try Photoshop
                      Oh bro, I said Photoshop for paint color schemes. nothing else
                      Never Argue with an Idiot !!!
                      He will bring you down to his level and beat you with his experience.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Coplay@180 View Post
                        Oh bro, I said Photoshop for paint color schemes. nothing else
                        its ok bro, but for a serious restorer of the Vespa, if he wants to restore it to the original Euro specs, this site is an excellent one, the prices are also very low.
                        Biker of the Year -2013

                        1987 Yamaha RD-350-B
                        2009 Pulsar 220 DTS-Fi
                        2017 aprilia SR 150

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