3 Comments

  1. ZhiXiang Heng
    5th February 2020 @ 6:27 am

    After installing the speedwheel, will the odometer reading be reduced? We are covering the same distance at a lower speed.

    • iggy-grainger
      5th February 2020 @ 9:00 am

      I’m not 100% sure if the odometer runs off the front wheel or not (my GTS has gone back now), if it’s off the back then it should be more accurate.

  2. Zap Brannigan
    10th February 2020 @ 3:56 pm

    Thanks for the update on this. Fully expect it to invalidate the Piaggio warranty (grazie mille signore Piaggio!) but I am more concerned about declaring it for insurance purposes. If it adversely affects the ABS and this is discovered post accident then you may be considered liable or have shared liability in the incident or worse your insurer voids your insurance completely for fitting an undisclosed performance affecting part. I stopped fitting “undocumented” tuning parts to my scoots years back and thought that with the advent of the GTS and its 80 mph real world top end would never have to tamper with such things again. So, no thanks Mr Piaggio, you can keep your “most powerful” but slowest iteration of the GTS. I will stick with my 2013 model and give the Scomadi 400/450 (????) or the Lambretta G325 a whirl. Royal Alloy, as nice as the S2 lookalikey looks, can burn in hell with a red hot poker up their framebreather.

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