convertibles???

Discussion in 'Battle Scooters' started by Charlie Brown, Nov 8, 2005.

  1. Charlie Brown

    Charlie Brown Sweeter than YooHoo

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    2005 Diamo Velux 150cc Convertible Top Scooter

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    Product Specifications
    Anti Theft Features Engraved Engine #, Engraved VIN #, Keyed Ignition, Locking Storage Compartments (All), Steering Wheel Locking
    Brakes Disc Front, Disc Rear
    Color Blue-Metallic
    Dimensions LxWxH 80"x26"x59"
    Engine SYM 150cc Ceramic Cylinder, 4 Stroke Air Cooled, Keihin Carb
    Features CDI Ignition, Front Glove Box Compartment, Radio/CD/MP3 Player, Rear Carrier
    Fuel Efficiency 75-80 MPG
    Fuel Tank Capacity 2 gal.
    Gauges Fuel Gauge, LED Indicator Lights, Odometer, Speedometer
    Maximum Load 330 lbs.
    Maximum Power 9.8 HP
    Maximum Speed <=65 MPH
    Seat Height 29"
    Start Electric / Kick Start
    Suspension Front Dual Shock, Rear Mono Shock
    Tires Front/Rear: 130/60-13
    Transmission CVT Automatic
    Weight 369 lbs
    Wheel Base 57"
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  2. donsolo

    donsolo MasterOfLosingMaps

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    that's awesome....

    I want to put a radio on my Riva.

    Either that or just clamp a cheap battery speaker to something and plug in my MD player (waaay better than an iPod)
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