New Vespa T5 Driver and SLUK plastics | NEWS
NEW T5 Driver
We’ve got two pieces of good news for you today. Firstly we’d like to welcome the latest screen to our SLUK collection. This time it’s a recreated Driver screen for the Mark 1 Vespa T5. Built to our usual high standards, this screen comes in one style (no screen length option) and due to the size of the speedo there’s no drinks tray option. I think you’ll agree it looks the business though. It costs £145 and you can order yours now by following this link: SLUK T5 Driver.
Our Driver screens are also available for the PX and GTS, check them out here.
Order your plastics
The second piece of good news is that our plastic surgeon, Nigel is back from his holidays this weekend so all the plastic products are available to order again now. He’ll be sweating over a hot vac-forming machine on Sunday so any orders made from now will be shipping on Monday. You can check out our plastic goodies using this link.
Our plastics include the super-cool 1960s inspired XL5 screen pictured above, you can order yours here.
Vespa GTS Classic Rack SLUK Support
One of the latest additions to our growing range is the SLUK Support for the Vespa GTS Classic Rack. It’s a great way to increase the carrying capacity of the stylish rack. Simply tie wrap it on to your rack and bungee your stuff to the rack. You can quickly remove it when you’re not using it, so your scooter will still look cool.
Also available for
Our SLUK Supports are available for Lambretta S1/2 & 3, Vespa PX, Scomadi/Royalloy and Vespa GTS. They cost £30 and are a simple but effective item to stop droopy bags hitting panels and exhausts or obscuring lights and indicators.
Designed by and for scooter riders
All of our SLUK plastics are designed by and for scooter riders, they’re made to fit perfectly (although can be trimmed if your scooter is non-standard or slightly different to the norm). They’re tested by us on the road.
If there’s a product you’d like to see us making feel free to email us at email@example.com and we’ll see if it’s feasible.
New products always in development…