6 Comments

  1. Mark B
    14th January 2019 @ 2:00 pm

    Not just about a run up to morcombe ??
    Shame you didn’t go head to head with the electric scomadi …or is that for another day
    The twist lot will be ringing PMT off the hook

  2. Dave D
    14th January 2019 @ 3:16 pm

    I dread to think how much this cost. And on brand new scoots? Yike.
    Btw, I know electric scooters are being done now but I don’t think our autos can be listed on the retro side of the website just yet! lol

    • iggy-grainger
      14th January 2019 @ 9:00 pm

      We’ve always classed the GTS/Scomadi etc. as a crossover so it appears on both Modern & Retro so don’t panic. If it’s seen and used for rallies then it goes on both.

  3. Mike Holland
    16th January 2019 @ 7:39 am

    I presume the V4 299cc cylinder kit on the PM Tuning GTS is a misprint. They are normally 282 cc. Never heard of 299 cc.
    The upgear kit gets around the rev limiter, but at the expense of rear wheel power. The Malossi ForceMaster would be a better alternative, but I guess Paul prefers to use his module, better for sales. Anyway, the 350 ECU will solve that problem.
    And they are missing out on an important performance mod – paint it red!
    Mike

  4. Charlie Deakins
    5th May 2019 @ 7:34 pm

    Looked into the V4 head as i was wanting a little more pull with the upgear kit on my 300,
    I noticed the footnote that , engines 2014/15 onwards have roller rockers,
    This requires in mallossi words , the finger rockers, camshaft, and rocker shafts from the earlier engine, at approx £300 added, if your scooter is less than 5 years old,
    This makes it an expensive option ,
    Nice work PM tuning,
    I am going for the larger valve and spring set mallossi sell for app £120 to convert a standard head, extensive porting and machining valve seats reqd but its an option,,

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