Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Over 1500 Items under $5 on Cyber Week Specials


Over 1500 Items under $5 on Cyber Week Specials! Log on now to http://www.mrp-speed.com

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Stealth Black GY6 TK Exhaust is King

Seriously, the sound, the look, this is the best GY6 exhaust out there. Hands down.

On a dyno it performs better than anything from any other brand we've carried. I have in the warehouse Two Brothers, LeoVince, Doppler, Polini, Malossi, IXIL, exhausts and more. I started the exhaust business with the GY6 MRP Exhaust type-1back in 2005 before a million people including all the companies above had a GY6 exhaust. Yet, this one takes the cake. It's King. I love the look, the feel, the sound of it.
How can you not love this stealth black exhaust. What's really cool are all the people putting the TK GY6 exhaust on the ZUMA 50 and Ruckus 50 GY6 conversions.

I just got this from Facebook its a TGB with the TK Stealth Black from our dealer in Puerto Rico and it looks amazing.

Over 1500 Items priced under $5

One of the emails we just got said we need to have good pricing on generic parts. I just did the search and we have over 1,500 items priced under $5 for stores. That's actually more SKUs than our closest Florida competitor has in their entire warehouse for scooters. What it really comes down to is there are so many brands out there. So when you need a Daelim or CPI part there is only one distributor in the USA that can help and we have the parts to keep your shop going.

Generic parts such as the GY6 Air Cooled standard QMI152/157 QMJ152/157 4-stroke engines are going to be our focus as we add more pictures to these items. We have more variety of parts for all the models from ZNEN to CF MOTO type C engines. From Aprilia OEM to Zongshen OEM we are uploading more parts and uploading more pictures this season.

So stay tuned. Call us if there's something you can't find online. Our pledge is to get these parts up, get the pictures up, and make sure you get those Extremes, TNG, CPI, Hyosungs, United Motors, Benellis, Diamos, and other units back on the road!

A great article online on the scooter situation in Italy

A month after the closing of Malaguti this article just popped up online. I used Google Translate to put it up in English below. To correct a couple things from the story that are lost in translation. The title refers to the Good morning Vietnam phrase from the Robin Williams movie, but also to the Malaguti Vietnam 50 or Saigon 50 as it was referred. Next to the Phantom F-12 it was the best known unit at the time.

Surprisingly in the article we find:
*From 2009 to 2010 the loss increased from 3 million Euros to 13 million. This was previously unknown to anyone outside of the negotiators.
*Ducati Italy decided not to buy an Italian Scooter brand - sources say they are looking at making scooters in Indonesia to increase Asian brand awareness and affordability.
*Offers to buy the brand didn't just come from the US, but also Germany the largest market outside of Italy.

Looking back in the late 90s the top management at Kymco - Kwang Yang Motor Co in Taiwan asked Malaguti to represent the brand in Italy and to invest in their factory. Not wanting an Asian partner they refused and began to source parts in Taiwan from SkyTeam the parts and logistics partner of SYM. Here at MRP we've purchased several lots of parts from different importers that had Eton, Adly, SYM, product all labeled SkyTeam Taiwan or SkyTeam China. Fast forward twenty years and Kymco is a world wide $800 million dollar company.

I think a lot can be learned from the mistakes in this situation. Several Italian brands now in their second or third generation are learning how to revive the brands. Mainly I look at Italjet and Benelli as they struggle to come back in the Italian market. These being original Italian brands they now compete with Italian sounding names that have no history in the country. It becomes an issue related to distribution and price. It's difficult for foreign firms to enter Italy. TGB of Taiwan tried and after two years closed the subsidiary, so did CF MOTO Europe unable to enter the Italian market under its own name. It's just as difficult for Europeans to find good partners. Not everyone has the clout Piaggio has to pick the top factory in China. Peugeot has struggled as it partnered with Qingi in China.

All of Italian brands at one point could have set up production in Asia while maintaining design and assembly in Italy, but moved too slow. From Beta to Malaguti this was a race to the finish which many just didn't move at the speed required by the global market. The last remaining company Piaggio Group is successful because it had ventured into Asian early on (TGB makes all the CVT systems in the Vespas) and Aprilia had a JV with Jincheng group allowing them to source less expensive parts before being acquired by Piaggio Group.


Goodbye, Vietnam beat the Malaguti brand of motorcycle

MILAN - "When 's your company and before your father and your grandfather, you think it's a' never destined to end entities." But it is not. Antonino Malaguti, grandson of the founder of the 'Bologna-based company, explained that, in 2007, the' affection for this' company started with a bicycle frame, and came to conquer the Italian market for mopeds. Why Malaguti, over 170 employees and more than two million vehicles produced, until the 'Last year was the "top five" most of the scooters sold in Italy. After the Liberty, the Beetle and the Vespa, c 'was the Phantom, the scooter from Malaguti launched in 1994 and that all' now, as the 'company closes its doors, is in sixth place of the registered in Italy. Why, then, after eighty years of history Malaguti has closed?The answers come in part from the budgets. The 'last approved (December 31, 2010) speaks so 40 million working capital, but a loss of past, from 2009 to 2010, from 3 million and a half to more than 13 million euros. The numbers tell the story of a 'company that was spending more than they earned, with higher production costs to revenues. He writes, on May 27, the same Antonino Malaguti in the annual report of the 'year 2010: "In order to sell we had to use deep discounts - reads the paper - but the price paid for purchase only the cost of materials." The competition did the rest: "The competitors who have factories in China, India and Vietnam to come to market rates." And so, from 2010 's company has pulled the oars, also serving a devaluation of own shares by almost eight million euros. The search for industrial partners and has been a total flop, but the offers to 'advisor to Deloitte's mandate had not been lacking. From the U.S. Malaguti dealer writes via email: "I personally found companies willing to invest in Malaguti but no one has ever responded." In reality, the proposals would come from the United States so (and also from Germany) but the family would have considered all "inadequate" preferring the closing. "We also put in touch the 'company with Ducati - adds Papignani Bruno, secretary of Fiom Bologna - but to no avail. The proposals have come, we still hope that the trade mark can be detected. It's not too late. " Meanwhile, about 140 workers in the 'Company have agreed to voluntary dismissal, agreeing thirty thousand euros gross output as well. Corinne De Cesare cdecesare@corriere.it PLAY RESERVED
Missing from the article is the fact that Malaguti still has several hundred scooters being liquidated to Italian dealers and the brand isn't exactly dead. They still have 17 employees in Italy selling the US and other countries parts. There is still the possibility of licensing the name or working with an Asian supplier once the employee layoffs are all settled. Paying out over 3 million Euros to employees can be expensive when you have negative cash flow.

The parts situation is the biggest thing going on among former importers. Here at MRP we get daily requests from the Cayman Islands, the Bahamas, Saudi Arabia, and even Jordan. It's difficult because you want to help someone in Saudi Arabia that needs a $10 part, but the cost of shipping is $50 plus you have to explain to them how to look up the part number and order it online. The funny thing its not even for daily use the Malaguti is in a garage parked next to a Ferrari that never gets used. On Miami Beach and Key West when I spot a Malaguti its a seven year old bike with less than 400 miles on it. 

What has happened as importers stopped importing bikes they are not buying parts. So we find ourselves in Miami selling F-12 parts back to Spain and Germany because the F-15 and F-12 are collectors items now. It's amazing that none of the importers in several developed countries would stock the parts they needed. From Miami we've had to fulfill orders for the 500cc in Brazil which was never even sold in America. Just another example how the world wide scooter industry lacks a real effort a parts supply before vehicle supply. Nobody seems to understand why this makes Honda number one in all things scooter related. Even the Chinese suppliers who have taken over the markets fail to realize you need parts before bikes. This is where good customer service comes in.

How Malaguti Scooter Started
How Malaguti Ended

Sunday, November 27, 2011

Peugeot France has last 200 million Euros in the last year

So this story went highly unnoticed by the US Motorcycle press, but I felt the need to re-post it. First it shows exactly what I have been blogging about for the last 3 years since I visited all of Kymcos operations in Taiwan. Second it shows the uphill battle European makers are facing ( see previous blogs on the Derbi factory being closed, Malaguti Scooters closing, and the trouble with Piaggio producing in Italy )

Even a major factory like Peugeot cannot sustain European production of low margin 50cc units. The article is stricking for the mere fact that the company lost 200 million Euros last year and that since 2007 most of its production has been shifted to mainland China. Thats a joint venture with Qingi which I reported on before the previous US importer for Qingi aka Qingi USA / Verucci USA is now gone since they closed full time operations in Miami, but again many of those parts are available from MRP. http://www.mrp-speed.com

Verucci is our former neighboor being a few blocks away, but they underwent the same fate many importers did with the financial crisis and EPA cracking down hard on Miami scooter importers. In any case Peugeot has tied its future to Qingi and even with those low priced scooters has been unable to compete with Kymco who just secured a 3,500 unit order from the French post office.

Maybe our bankrupt postal system could learn a thing or two from France and get Postal workers in Key West and Miami Beach to deliver mail on delivery scooters that cost $3,000 instead of Trikes or Karts that cost US tax payers between $36,000 and $49,000 plus maintenance fees of $4,000 per unit. Maybe Kymco USA could come with a solution for them to save some money?

From CNA Taiwan:
Paris, Nov. 26 (CNA) The French Post Office's procurement of 3,000 50cc KYMCO scooters from Taiwan sparked a protest at a Peugeot Scooters factory Friday, as the deal has affected the factory workers' job prospects, according to a report on the Le Pays newspaper website. The report said the state-run post office's decision to place the big order with Taiwan's Kwang Yang Motor Co., which sells its motorbikes under the brand KYMCO, was like ringing the death knell for France's struggling motorcycle industry. The French Post Office, previously Peugeot Scooters' major client, decided late last year to switch its business to Kwang Yang. However, the news did not break until recently, prompting workers at the motorbike company's factory in Dannemarie in northeastern France to stage a protest, Le Pays said. According to the newspaper, Peugeot Scooters was scheduled to close its Dannemarie factory at the end of 2012 and transfer all of the plant's 140 workers to the company's other sections. In fact, the company, a part of PSA Peugeot Citroen -- the second largest carmaker in Europe -- had already laid off 250 workers at its Dannemarie and Mandeure plants in 2008. Another French daily Le Figaro reported earlier this month that Peugeot Scooters had relocated two-thirds of its production to China since 2007 in an effort to cut operational costs. Up to 90 percent of Peugeot motorcycles and scooters are sold to European countries, but annual motorbike sales in that market have dropped by 40 percent since 2007, the report said. Peugeot Scooters lost over 200 million euros last year, it added. Meanwhile, BFM Business radio station said the French Post Office's procurement of KYMCO scooters has had little impact on jobs at Peugeot Scooters because the company has continued to secure orders for its 125 cc scooters, which offer better profit margins than the 50 cc models. Asked about his views on the French media's discussion about KYMCO's successful foray into the French scooter market, Taiwan's representative to France Michel Lu said small scooters are a highly competitive product. "Kwang Yang's success in winning the order from the French Post Office indicates that its scooters' price, design, quality and performance have won consumers' recognition," Lu said. Blue-chip Taiwanese companies can grasp business opportunities through fair competition, he added. In Taipei, the United Daily News (UDN) reported Saturday that Europe has been Kwang Yang's major export outlet and that KYMCO has become a popular scooter brand in the European market, drawing wide attention at major European motorcycle trade fairs. In July 2011, Kwang Yang signed a new engine OEM project with BMW, indicating that the company's motorbike engine production technology has won recognition by the German motor vehicle giant, the newspaper said. According to the UDN report, Italy, Spain, German and France have been the Kaohsiung-based company's major export outlets. Its ATV multifunctional vehicle now holds more than a 30 percent share of the French market, the report said. A group of French Post Office executives visited the company earlier this year to confirm the details of the 50 cc scooter deal, the report said.

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Hours of Operation for the Holidays

I know these days its becoming the norm for everyone to work on Thanksgiving and go shopping, but the truth is some days are meant to just be spent with family. We make a living of selling people parts and accessories, but there is no such thing as a scooter emergency.

November 2011
We will be closed on November 24th Thursday - Sunday the 27th Thanksgiving weekend 2011.

December 2011
OPEN December 3rd we are open
Closed December 7th is Pearl Harbor Rememberance Day and we will be closed until the 12th for our annual inventory. You can still log in and process orders online, all our dealer drop shipments will still go out.
OPEN Saturday Dec 17th we are open getting last minute shipments out
Closed Saturday Dec 24-25th for Christmas
Closed Saturday Dec 31 and January 1st

January 2012
If the Mayans are wrong we intend to open on Monday Jan 2nd, 2012.

Please if you are a dealer and need parts, log in at http://www.mrp-speed.com/ and place your order online those dates we are closed. As always you can call us at 305-599-8993 if you have any questions.

Our website is down for the day

Just want to let our customers know the old URL www.MRP-SPEED.com is down and so is our email for the time being. You can still email us and call us 305-599-8993

The new site http://www.martinracingdealer.com is up and running. The site should be forwarding shortly.

Ultra Motor is restructuring

ULTRA is changing hands.
It might be closing or it might be liquidating? Who knows, but it seems like ULTRA sold the factory to some European investors. I always thought this was a neat ( in-between ) unit. Something closer to a bicycle than an E-Scooter. It was a mix of sorts being that it was sturdy, heavy, and not at all like the cheap plastic E-bikes you see in China. 
I liked it, I thought it would compliment a full range of products, but I didn't think it would be a brand of its own. Sort of like the Segway, it's impossible to run a stand alone shop based on one product unless you have deep pockets and money to burn.
Here you have Steve from the Scooter Scoop at Amerivespa last year talking about the Ultra lineup.

In the USA most of the ULTRA dealers have been high-end bike shops. Bicycling is bucking the trend in most cities with new stores, new high end brands, and its experiencing a resurgence in Europe. However, in America people are not running to bike shops for e-scooters or e-bikes. Most stores can't handle it. 
It's difficult to decide how to market these units in the USA since there's very few year round sustainable markets. Not every city is like Austin or Miami. You ask someone to spend $5,000 on a carbon fiber bicycle they will do it, you ask them to spend $3,000 on an E-bike only a select few trendsetters and high end gadget junkies will go for it. It's not a product that has a spillover effect like an Ipad. Riding an Ultra is not a status symbol. It's not made in Italy, it doesn't go very fast, and if you go into the wrong neighborhood it won't accelerate at a speed that get's you away from muggers. It's designed for parks and to stroll in a safe zone. Urban or rural America for that matter isn't exactly ready for Ultra and Segway units, not when there's a pawn shop lurking around the corner. 
The good thing about Ultra is that it was modular so it was easier to fix. Most e-scooters are not modular and the certification for repairs does not exist. Turnover at bike and scooter shops of certified mechanics is a huge issue. We already suffer as an industry that only has two or three top tier brands that offer certification ( Ex Honda, Yamaha, Suzuki, Piaggio ) even Vectrix never got around to doing training or certifying any of the US mechanics before its first bankruptcy. It's a difficult thing to do even for up and coming brands only Kymco is offering classes most importers are so busy trying to sell they don't have time to actually force dealers to send mechanics to classes.
Ultra is by far one of the best products out there. It will be interesting to see who picks it up and restructuring might bring the costs down since all the expensive design work has now been done. For it to work it has to cost about half of what it costs now, it might make sense to assemble it in the USA, and if I was in charge I would make it part of a full lineup. The same way Eton has scooters, e-scooters, e-bikes. You need a full range to be sustainable. Especially in gas country. Not every bicycle shop can sell e-bikes and that's the first lesson in all of this.

LONDON, UK – Yesterday, Ultra Motor Ltd. has filed for Administration in the UK which is comparable to the Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in the US. The company has sold its subsidiary Ultra Motor Taiwan to a group of European private equity investors. Administrators are exploring the sale of Ultra's E2W business, including the A2B range, pictured here.
Ultra Motor Ltd. is the holding company that after selling its Taiwan subsidiary still holds two distributing companies located in the Germany and the United States. Next to that there are subsidiaries controlling the Ultra's E2W business, including the A2B range.
According to David Scrivener from Ensors Chartered Accountants, who is handling the Ultra Motor Administration, the reason for the financial problems is in the fact that Ultra Motor’s products didn’t sell as planned. “The investors in the company lost faith and restricted further investments. The company is not burdened with huge debts and we are looking to sell the complete company.”
The Ultra Motor holding company in the UK had a staff of ten. The subsidiary in Taiwan was the biggest company in terms of the number of employees with a staff of 100. Ultra Motor Taiwan was sold yesterday to a group of European private equity investors. According to Bernd Becker, CEO of Ultra Motor Taiwan, these investors come from the electric bike sector. They will continue the Taiwan company under the same name.
Ultra Motor Taiwan is an e-bike propulsion systems business which includes the electric motor manufacturing plant located in Taoyuan, Taiwan, as well as the power electronics R&D facility in Taipei. As part of the acquisition, Ultra Motor Taiwan has received additional funding to finance its growth and continued R&D activities.
“We are excited to become a stand-alone company and single-mindedly focus all our resources on the continued growth of our successful motors and propulsion systems business. Over the past 12 months, we have expanded our customer base for e-bike motors and propulsions systems worldwide and we are delighted to receive strong financial support for our further growth,” said Bernd Becker. From: http://www.bike-eu.com/news/ultra-motor-ltd-filed-chapter-11-5408.html

Friday, November 18, 2011

PDI on Scooter Connecting the Battery

Another MRP video showing how to do the PDI on a new 250cc Scooter Step 1 fill / connect the battery


ADLY Officially looking for new US distributor

So I just got an email today letting us know La Vita has been discontinued. The other thing is Adly didn't renew its EPA for 2012 for the USA. So Taiwan is not officially looking for a new distributor for their scooters.

So what do we see for 2012? Honestly, it looks like ZNEN Motor China is dominating the market now by having over 9 importers all selling the same homogeneous products, at similar prices, just with different stickers. Be it a Puma, Excalibur, BMS, Italica Motors which are all going to be the same ZNEN 150 everyone else has ( think FLYSCOOTERS IL BELLO ) Fly Scooters was a private label importer that closed a few years back. So were back at the same QJ situation when QJ had 9 different distributors ( Vento, Diamo, Xtreme, Yamati, PSF, Cubik, Keeway etc....) going to be interesting when the homogeneous product fight begins again.

Think about it United Motors was importing Hyosung with the UM labels. Who won that fight? The same is happening again as smaller importers don't renew their EPA certs. It sounds like all these small distributors will be competing based on price. Same bikes, different stickers, different prices. Thats the road to 2012 as more unique designs fall out of the market.

Right now for 2012 we only see Kymco, PGO (Genuine), SYM, and CPI.
TGB and Adly are officially out. Hartford Scooters Taiwan never made it in.


Stay tuned.... its a good brand. Here at MRP we have a ton of Adly parts.


Having a hard time finding Adly ATV parts, we'll we have them allhttp://www.mrp-speed.com
Previous importers of Adly Taiwan included ADLY USA, United Motors, , Dixie Sales, Lambretta USA,
Hammerhead..... so let's see who comes in.

ADLY 50cc ATV Parts Where to Buy? http://www.mrp-speed.com

Stocking Dealer locator http://www.martinracingdealer.com/locator/index.php

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 (www.Malaguti.com) 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.

How to change your Spark Plug on a Scooter?

Change your spark plugs!

Here are a few reasons why you should change your spark plugs regularly.
1: It keeps your engine working at its peak performance
2: Bad spark plugs can cause your catalytic converter to go out
3. Improves the life of the scooter and less trips to the mechanic
As you can see keeping your spark plugs in peak condition can save you a lot of trouble and possible a tow bill.

Be sure and change them regularly!




We get a lot of emails we decided to help some of the riders that email us with a simple video response.
Spark plugs should be changed for the sake of retaining power and fuel efficiency.

From Spark Plugs to Belts MRP has it all http://www.mrp-speed.com

139QMB Upgrade Kits

139QMB Kits. Nobody has as many Kits in stock as we do and to make it easy on how to upgrade your Chinese 4 stroke scooter we are presenting a short guide.

Most Chinese 50cc Scooters use the GY6 50cc 139QMB engine. We have several kits of different quality / brands you can choose from. You can find your local shop and a list of parts at http://www.mrp-speed.com

Most scooters bring a 39mm or 41mm stock cylinder.
50cc cylinder plus head stock several brands Zongshen, MRP, Naraku starts MSRP $70 
Upgrade This is everything your going to need to rebuild that tired and worn out engine with low compression. This kit includes the cylinder, piston, wrist pin, rings, circlips, head gasket, base gasket, and even a new exhaust gasket! Tank, Sunl, Roketa, Vento, TNG, VIP, Baja, Jonway, JMstar, Peace, Lance, NST, as well as others. GY6 139QMB.

63cc cylinder and piston only ( use the stock head ) MSRP $90 RP-NK100.24 most scooters do not need to be bored out just slide it in. These upgrades again are for 50cc 4-stroke QMB139 engines. This engine is used on virtually all 49cc/50cc 4-stroke Chinese and Taiwanese scooters, but check first before ordering that you have a 4stroke Chinese scooter.

Requires boring in most cases
70cc The TRUE 70cc Cylinder with Head MRP N-MP-09501A-B by MRP MSRP $170
100cc  51mm Cylinder Head for racing MSRP $100 RP-NK100.12

These require the engine to be bored out in almost all cases.
72cc Naraku Cylinder RP-NK100.47  MSRP $150
80cc  Head plus Cylinder by MRP the MSRP is $230
90cc RP-NK100.65 Cylinder only Naraku MSRP $150

Complete Race Kit
100cc 52.4mm It's a Naraku Kit - premium true 100cc RP-NK100.52 MSRP $350 Bigger valves and a smaller exhaust port performs better on any dyno chart than any other brand. That's right its better than NCY, HOCA, anything you can find out there put it to the test we dare you. The fastest you will go on a 139QMB scooter is with this kit.
We sell complete MRP 50cc Gasket sets,
Gaskets sets by SN
and Naraku replacement 50cc / 70cc 139QMB sets as well.

For a full list of upgrades visit http://www.mrp-speed.com
A fraction of the Private label Chinese 4T QMB139 GY6 scooters includes: Baja SC50, Tank, Baotian 50QT-9, Baotian, 50QT-11, Dotera 50QT-11, Jalon JL50QT-18, Sinski XSJ50QT-6, Jalon JL50QT-21, Falcon and JL50QT-15, JL50QT-16 , Pantera Freedom, Fusion and Retro, Verucci VC50TS-3M, Sunl SL50QT-16, SL50QT-16, SL50QT-18, SL50QT-2, SL50QT-3, Roketa Bahama, Maui, KYMCO Filly, KYMCO Nexxon 50 KYMCO People KYMCO Super 8 KYMCO Vivality KYMCO NEW DINK 50 KYMCO Yager KYMCO Yager GT MSK Ecobike 50 PEUGEOT V-CLick REX Capriolo 50 REX Flory, Sicily, Tank, Baotian 50QT-9, Baotian, 50QT-11, Dotera 50QT-11, Jalon JL50QT-18, Sinski XSJ50QT-6, Sinski XSJ50QT-B, VIP Future Champion, KYMCO 4 stroke units. Some common brands and names being imported are: Shanghai Shenke, EVO 50cc, Zongshen Metro 50cc, Baja Powersports (PEP BOYS made by Zongshen) Baja SC50, Strada RX 50 (4 stroke) Powersports Factory, Sinski XSJ50QT-B, Taishan Commuter, Baja motorsports SC-50 sun city, primo,  Taishan Sport Zhong Hu 50cc 4t This kit will fit most 4 stoke 50cc horizontal style (139QMB) Scooter, Moped, ATV 4-stroke air-cooled engines / motors that are being made and imported from Asia, China, Taiwan, Japan, Korea, etc. like kymco agility , baotian This kit will fit : BAOTIAN BT49QT-2 BAOTIAN BT49QT-7 BAOTIAN BT49QT-9 BAOTIAN BT50QT-9 BAOTIAN BT50QT-11 BAOTIAN Ecobike BENZHOU YY50QT BENZHOU City Star 50 BUFFALO Wind ERING Sprint 50 JIN LUN JL50QT KARCHER KM 50 Kreidler Flory 50, Kymco Agility 50 Kymco Agility MMC 50 Kymco Filly 50, Kymco Vitality, Strada RX 50, Jalon JL50QT-21, falcon and JL50QT-15, JL50QT-16,Strada RX 50, Jalon JL50QT-21 falcon, JL50QT-15, JL50QT-16, JL50QT-18, Pantera Freedom, Fusion and Retro, Verucci VC50TS-3M, Sunl SL50QT-16, SL50QT-16, SL50QT-18, SL50QT-2, SL50QT-3, Roketa Bahama, Maui, Sicily,50  REX RS 450, REX RS 500 REX Off Limit 45 RIEJU Paseo 50 RIEJU Toreo 50 Sachs 49er 50 Sachs, Bee SANILI TS50QT-4 QUINGQI QM50QT-6A XINLING ZHONG YU 50 QT-5 ZHONG YU 50 QT-7, ZHONG YU ZY 50QT ZHONGSHEN Wind 25/50 ZHONGSHEN ZS50QT-4 50, Baron 50, and many many many more! It seems its all they make in China these days.

Thursday, November 17, 2011

Sound System for Scooters by Xtreme Germany

In stock now Sound boards cut out specifically for your Kymco, CPI, Boatian, 50cc - 125 - 150 scooters. Available from MRP. Check out this Oliver City, easy plug and play ( hide the wires ) connect your MP3 Player, Bluetooth connector or Phone with some wires ( 2 RCA cables included ) plugs right into the scooter battery. Includes some cool LED lights for when you open it up to show your hommies. available from http://www.mrp-speed.com
Check our website for our dealers list
Some of our dealers carrying it:

Scooters NC 919-832-3585
http://gokartsusa.com/ 925-606-0330