P200E Tuning - Advice / Suggestions

Hi folks. First post here. I am currently looking for a big upgrade of my beloved P200E. It's mainly a daily rider and on occasions I go on trips with my town's club. I have spent a lot of hours on every vespa forum to gather opinions on the setup I am thinking of. So far I have made a few upgrades. I have upgraded my clutch (reinforced basket, 4 discs with harder springs, reinforced cir-clip and a new baseplate), a BGM Pro Faster Flow, SIP Road 2.0, 125 mainjet and I have drilled the air filter. The parts I am thinking of are the following.

Crankshaft

http://www.sip-scootershop.com/en/products/long+stroke+crankshaft+pinasco+_45028000

Cylinder

http://www.sip-scootershop.com/en/products/racing+cylinder+malossi+210cc+_31163590

Cylinder Head

http://www.sip-scootershop.com/en/products/cylinder+head+mmw+px200+for_43322770

Primary Drive

http://www.sip-scootershop.com/en/products/gearbox+2364+teeth+malossi+_20290000

Carburator (already ordered)

Carburator -BGM PRO Faster Flow Dellorto / SPACO SI26/26E- Vespa PX200

Just to clarify. I don't want to install big carbs with manifolds, etc. I want to keep the look and sound of the engine as stock as possible.

Would you consider this a good setup??

Thanks for any advice...

you could also consider using art. number 13082910 http://www.sip-scootershop.com/main/base/Details.aspx?ProductNumber=13082910 to give you a 24/65 to raise your gear instead of the Malossi 23/64. it would be less work, less money, and i've read that the straight cut gears on the Malossi gears can be a bit noisy.

Hi,

If you don´t want to be in an endless nightmare I would use: polini venturi Art.No.

20301520,

sip road exhaust, tubeless rims, god tyres.

Best.

Alberto.