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Need For Speed 100mph P-range Vespa?

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30mph-90mph+ in top gear

Started only nine years ago by someone with no historic connection to the scooter scene, SG Engineering has become one of the best kept secrets of the industry, with their 230cc engine developing a reputation as one of the best touring lumps around. Owner Stuart Gentry gave an exclusive look at his new Vespa 261cc engine, with a hint of more to come; amachine that’s already been clocked via GPS at apretty astounding 94mph. Sadly it started to suffer fuel starvation at that speed, meaning that he couldn’t ride it flat out for extended periods. So

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