New SIP Lambretta Speedo Design survey

Our new SIP Speedos for Vespa PX and PV/Rally are on the market for a while now and, as we think, are somegreat new accessorie parts.

 

Right now we are working on some new models, e.g. the shell shape speedo, PE, PK and Vespa 50 special. And, yes, we are thinking of a Lambretta Version as well. We have come up with 4 different design proposals for you guys out there, and would like to ask you to enter in this small survey and let us know your candidate. You can also discuss the topic, propose totally different designs or simply praise us for being as phantastic as we are...

 

 

 

 

[quote user="ricspeed"]

any chance of one thats completly digital?

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we thought about that option as well, but then when the bike is parking, the looks are not that much original as it could be, so we preferred the version that is out now.

 

Greetings Ralf

n.3 is the best for me!

Come on give us an answer when they coming in?

What about Cream with white face?

Its number Two for me, when can I order one ?....a mate has one on his old time Vespa and its the mutts nuts.....would be better if you could use a speed sensor rather than the lammy cable and worm.

Ralf...........Stop messing and get making!

YES: PLEASE!

When are they coming in: I have one on back order too!

It's a simple question Ralf: when do you think you will be getting these into the SIP stock and out to those of us who have back orders?

I don't want to be kept asking 'do you want to stay on back order': the answer is YES, but please: WHEN are we likely to see it?

I'm not asking you to tie yourself down to a date but please give us some indication: a guess even!

 

We have found these very easy to install

Maybe a 0 - 10,000 RPM range would better suit a Lambretta engine?  There's not much needle movement from 8,000 to 10,000 RPM and for most tuned Lambrettas 10,000 RPM would be the far, upper limit.

hey guys, our designer came up with another 5th version. White faceplate and white LCD. What do you think of that one?

 

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few guys would like this as an option :D

what colour is the back light? blue ?

[quote user="Ralf"]

hey guys, our designer came up with another 5th version. White faceplate and white LCD. What do you think of that one?

 

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I would like to see one like this....

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Furthermore if it was back-lit with a replaceable light you could change the color to suit your tastes.

This would allow more selection by your customers, yet no further expense in stocking at dealers, just carry the diff. color bulbs.

An L.E.D. added on it's face with leads would also allow those who have Gas gauges, EGT Monitors, Rev Shift sensors, ETC... installed to use the LED as a limit indicator.

 

Kyle

 

hey ralf,

bit late for me to reply...

but i really like the white on white option for the speedo meters.

cheers!

db 

canada

i vote 1 or 4

when they going to be available i have one on back order?

i think they have all gone to sleep they don't reply to topics for months 

IoW??

Thought all that was sold at the Iow was shiny mod tat and associated tupperware?

lol

Speedometer 199 kmh / 125 mph 12,000 / 14,000 rpm's

Highest speeds 0-199 kmh / 0-125 mph, rev counter analog/digital 0-14,000 rpm's, temperatures up to 250° C, 24 hour clock, total mileage display, single stretches up to 1,000 km/miles, driving time, average speeds 0-199 kmh / 0-125 mph, includes voltage regulator, temperature sensor installation parts.

So yes: 24 hour clock.

 

Yeah i second these questions. can you do us all a favor and let us know approx when you expect them to be on the market? and secondly why you have chosen to use the lambretta cable and worm as opposed to the more modern sensor set up? Also while im asking can you confirm what functions the speedo will have?

 

Thanks

Syd