Monday, March 14, 2011

Where to buy Malaguti Moto Scooter parts?

Tony on Monday, Mar 14, 2011 at 15:46:11 -0500

comments: Hello,
I own a 2002 Malaguti Ciak 150cc and am looking for a place to get parts. Can I order from this site even though I'm not a dealer?

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Well I get this question every single day. The answer is yes, you can buy these online or from an active MRP dealer. You can find the Part manual with the PDF files and part numbers on our site under repair manuals.

We don't sell to the public, but by typing that part number in Google more than 30 MRP dealers come up since they sell / drop ship these parts online.

Most dealers don't realize the value of selling high end parts like Malaguti, but the truth is most owners of a made in Italy vehicle will fix them. We also don't sell direct because we want our dealers to make a profit, so once you have that part number you can call any of the dealers or buy it online.


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How do I buy Malaguti Parts? Malaguti Grizzly RCX machines are powered by Franco Morini 2-stroke engines. Models available in 2006 include MALAGUTI GRIZZLY RCX10, RCX12 & SUPERMOTO. There is also a 49.3cc Quad. The scooter range includes the 50cc Yesterday, a very cute scoot indeed available 2000-2005 (and other years, most likely) and the 125/250/400cc Madison. The Madison 125 is powered by a Yamaha YP125 engine. Formerly sold in the USA the parts are still available from MRP. Martin Racing Performance has 12,000 items in stock including all the OEM Parts for Malaguti Scooters sold in North America. HOW DO YOU BUY THEM? SIMPLE GO ONLINE AND GET THE MANUAL, PART NUMBER, AND BUY ONLINE OR FROM A DEALER Manuals Stocking Dealer locator MRP distributes OEM parts for TNG (CMSI) select models of CF Moto Daelim Motors Korea ( parts should appear on website by mid July) Malaguti of Italy ( Keeway Southeast (Keeway Vento QJ Andretti Yamati models) CPI Taiwan Powersports Factory Brands PSF Diamo Cubik (matches OEM Vento part numbers) as well as QJ and ZNEN (who manufacture bikes for a variety of scooter importers) such as FlyScooters Lance BMS Qlink models that were ZNEN corresponding to matching TNG parts

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