Hi. Ex jog - current zip owner.

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  1. nunthewiser

    nunthewiser New Member

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    Hi my name is...
    I have a piaggio zip AC 3 years 15000kms from new.
    Leo Vince touring exhaust.
    I have Malossi 70 sport kit and a same variator kit I will get fitted in a couple of weeks when I have some money.
    Daily reliable scoot up and down a couple of hills.

    I'm new.
    Would love some comments :);):(:mad::confused::cool::p:D:eek::oops::rolleyes:o_O
     
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  2. Mark Emerson Trentham

    Mark Emerson Trentham Well Known Member. Staff Member

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    Welcome to the Forum.:).
     
  3. nunthewiser

    nunthewiser New Member

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  4. scubabiker

    scubabiker NITROJUNKIE

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    Do you find the zip to be tiny? I always feel they are the scooter version of a clown car....
     
  5. nunthewiser

    nunthewiser New Member

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    Yes
    Hahaha!

    Main reason for the small wheels version was, my old jog was the same. And when it broke down it could fit on its side in the back of my sw estate.

    So same there. And also have a van now, low roof.
    And it wheels in.

    Mostly it's dark in the morning and evening with a helmet on!
    Looked at the aprilla, AC ,12" wheels?
    Same engine and disc rear for 1000- $1500 more.
    Figured slightly higher top speed potential for the aprilla vs zip for cheaper and "packable"!
    Oh well 3years on and there are still aprilla bikes available.

    (Aprilla LC was $5000)

    Do you know if there is any tuning potential/problem from new piaggio typhoon 2019 50cc electronic carburetor scooter?

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.to...gio/2018-piaggio-typhoon-50-ar181513.amp.html
     
  6. scubabiker

    scubabiker NITROJUNKIE

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    I'm not sure. I guess scooter attack might sell some stuff?
     

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