Vespa PX200 P200E Rally 180-200 PINASCO Rubber Engine Swing Arm Mounting Bushes

Product Code: BD16628

£65.99

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Vespa PX200 P200E Rally 180-200 PINASCO Rubber Engine Swing Arm Mounting Bushes

  • reinforced
  • also for PINASCO engine case

Intact rubber engine mounting bushes are important for good handling characteristics. If you ride your Vespa on a daily basis, like to lean into bends or regularly transport heavy loads, you should think about replacing these items more often. If you race your scooter this job is a must, but even commuters will be pleasantly surprised by the smoother ride that a bush replacement rewards you with.

Engine mounting bushes isolate your motor from the frame to reduce any vibration caused by the running engine to be transmitted to the chassis of your scooter. The rubber bushes available for the Vespa 125 VNA-TS/ 150 VBA-Super/ PX 80-150/ PE/ Lusso have had an innovative update, in that the design of the bushes of the later models which helps ease replacement, has been adapted to fit these earlier models.

The mounting bushes are made of a harder material than the standard items and are also more hard wearing, so noticeably improving the suspension setup. Nevertheless the scooter does not vibrate more than it would with the original bushes installed. Normally, this conversion suffers from extra vibration due to the crankcase swing arm fixing being shortened. Not any more!

Conclusion: You should replace the engine mounting bushes during every major service or upgrade of your motor, especially if you have fitted harder shock