Monday, October 17, 2011

Hard to find parts for Powersports Factory, Italica, TNG, Keeway, Hyosung, Daelim, TGB, Malaguti, Beta, Yamati, QJ, Benelli and more!

2011 didn't turn out to be the year many of us hoped. New distributors are closing and its difficult for many consumers and dealers to find parts. Several companies handle generics, but none of them have the variety of parts MRP offers. We count parts day and night to help consumers around North America find the right parts from their defunct brands.

The best tool for dealers. Use the Repair manuals for OEM numbers. MRP is the ONLY company that uses the correct manuals.

This month alone Paioli one the leading shock makers in Italy closed it's doors. Malaguti closed the factory after 83 years. More bad news is coming to several OEMs so its harder and harder for US buyers to find parts for say a Garelli or Verucci scooter which are now purely 100% Chinese. Never fear, MRP Is here! we're the last guy standing with these parts in the USA and we want to help you. So be it DAELIM ( we are adding more DAELIM scooter parts ) or Hyosung ( has not made a new scooter since 2010 and we have more parts than anyone for HYOSUNG or UNITED MOTORS ) we're here to help you find these hard to find parts. From TNG Scooters to KEEWAY we have them all and we use the OEM factory numbers from the manuals.

For Manuals and OEM replacement parts, schematics, or owners manuals follow this link:

Every week we add new parts to our website
Yamaha OEM, Hyosung Korea, Daelim and SYM parts added

OEM reference numbers are extremely important. We hear from a lot of people every single day who say "Give me a gasket and a throttle cable" these clients and consumers assume that they are all the same when in fact they are not, they also have cross secondary numbers which are totally different and have different factory sources, applications, and cross numbers. So this is why on the MRP site we make the OEM repair manuals available to you so that you can get the correct part.


Are you driving a DAELIM? CPI? TNG ??? Does your local shop not know what these names mean? CMSI SCOOTER? MALAGUTI? QJ? CUBIK? Diamo? CFMOTO? LONCIN? Linhai? ITALJET ?

Well then visit one of our dealers and have them give us a call. We are the only scooter parts distributor in the USA that is solely dealer direct and we are happy to send any potential online inquiries to stocking stores. So any consumers looking for Daelim parts will have to go to a store with an MRP account or have their store buy from another dealer that has an account with us. We also sell top name scooter brands like SN, Duro, Innova, Kenda, Bridgestone, Gates, Powerlink,

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.

Every scooter is somones first ride, we help the dealers and consumers find those hard to find parts. Doesn't matter what brand it is, we've been doing the Chinese scooter parts thing since 2004 so we can help you find the right part.

Since January 2009 MRP has expanded by acquiring the QJ -- Keeway Southeast distribution parts warehouse, the Diamo USA / LS Motorsports / Italjet USA parts warehouse, CPI -- TAIWAN Distribution, and TNG Scooters.

The company has OEM parts for Malaguti scooters of Italy, Benelli (acquired by QJ in 2006) the Italian brand now made in China and sold in the USA under the Andretti name, MH Motorhispania of Spain, RX, Loncin, Lifan, Linhai, Zongshen, Wangye, MS UTVs, and CPI Taiwan. In addition the company distributes performance parts from Athena, Malossi, Turbo Kit, Innova, Vee Rubber, Duro, Bando, Gates, Powerlink, Posh, Maxxis, Namura, Scooter Ninja, Slipstreamer, and MRP.

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