Hi all, I posted about a zip lc 200 conversion a while ago, but that was a bit tame, so i rebuilt the engine with a kubler crank conversion with malossi 300 kit, dellorto phf 38, tuned air intake to the second harmonic 70mm intent trumpet with a ram air filter sock, innerotor ignition, one off camshaft ground by webcams in Massachusetts USA, The power is controlled by a Dr pulley hit clutch and bell, malossi torque driver Polini primary and malossi secondary gears. So i have 30.5 rwbhp 0-60 circa 3.5 seconds and a top speed electronically limited to the110 mph ( i dont want to over rev the engine and blow it up), the power is right on cam at around 60mph - 85 mph and i have filled my trousers twice on the motorway by being to aggressive with the throttle and the front end lifting. I have made an electronic dash and fitted it into a piaggio fly 3v set of clocks, the frame required no mods as i manufactured a special engine mount. The look i was after was totally stock and i think i have achieved this as people think this is the new facelift zip. The rev counter is a special 20,000 digital one i also wired a volt meter above it, where the original clock i replaced it with a digital 3 function read out. Every 5 seconds it flashes the time, then the outside temp (you can see the thermostat fitted in the front fairing ), then the exhaust gas temp.Their is also a battery monitor fitted where the ecl was ( it turns green amber or red to warn of over/under charging) I fitted heated grips and special bar end weights with the mirrors attached. The front and rear suspension is imported from YSS Thailand and is a factory race spec. There are two vespa GTS radiators fitted one in the usual place and one under the floor up against the wheel well. I fitted a digital engine coolant gauge to the left handler cowling and a stereo to the right.