Vespa Scooters Service Station Manuals, Wiring Diagrams PDF

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Vespa 125 Primavera Operation and Maintenance Manual.pdf

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Vespa 150 Operation and Maintenance Manual.pdf

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Vespa 250 GTS Manuale Stazione Di Servizio.pdf

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Vespa 50 R/ 50 Special/ 125 Primavera/ 125 Primavera ET3 Service Station Manual.rar

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Vespa 90 Operation and Maintenance Manual.pdf

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Vespa Bravo/ Ciao/ Si Service Station Manual.rar

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Vespa Codici Colore.pdf

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Vespa Engine Guide.pdf

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Vespa ET2 ET4 Technical Manual.pdf

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Vespa ET4 50 (EN) Workshop Manual.pdf

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Vespa ET4 Workshop Manual.pdf

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Vespa G.S Operation and Maintenance Manual.pdf

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Vespa G.S Service Repair Manual.pdf

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Vespa G.S Service Station Manual.pdf

9.6Mb

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Vespa GTS 250 Service Repair Manual.rar

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Vespa GTS Super 300 Service Repair Manual.pdf

995kb

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Vespa GTS125 Workshop Manual.pdf

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Vespa GTS250 Workshop Manual.pdf

26.6Mb

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Vespa GTS300 Super Workshop Manual.pdf

22.3Mb

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Vespa GTV 250 i.e Service Repair Manual.pdf

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Vespa GTV 250 i.e Service Station Manual.pdf

28.1Mb

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Vespa LX 50 Workshop Manual.pdf

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Vespa LXV 125 i.e. Workshop Manual.pdf

20Mb

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Vespa P 125 ETS Service Repair Manual.pdf

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Vespa P125X/ P200E Operation and Maintenance Manual.pdf

13.5Mb

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Vespa PK 50/ 50 S/ 50 SS/ 80 S/ 100 S/ 110 S/ 125/ 125 S Service Station Manual.rar

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Vespa PX 150 Workshop Manual.pdf

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Vespa Rally 200 Service Station Manual.pdf

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Vespa S 50 4t 4v MY 2008 Workshop Manual.pdf

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Vespa Scooter Catalog.pdf

45.5Mb

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Vespa Sprint Operation and Maintenance Manual.pdf

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Vespa Super Operation and Maintenance Manual.pdf

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Vespa Super Sport 180 cc Operation and Maintenance Manual.pdf

2.8Mb

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Vespa Tipi e Numerazione Telai.pdf

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Vespa Vintage Catalogo.pdf

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Vespa Scooters Wiring Diagrams

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Vespa Electrical Troubleshooting.docx

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Vespa Et4 Wiring Diagram.pdf

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Vespa GT125 Euro3 Wiring Diagram.pdf

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Vespa GTS125 Wiring Diagram.pdf

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Vespa GTS125ie Super Wiring Diagram.pdf

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Vespa GTS250 ABS Wiring Diagram.pdf

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Vespa GTS300 Super Wiring Diagram.pdf

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Vespa GTV250 Wiring Diagram.pdf

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Vespa LX125-150ie Wiring Diagram.pdf

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Vespa LX50 4Valve Wiring Diagram.pdf

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Vespa Wiring Diagrams 1964 - 1973.pdf

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Vespa is a cult Italian scooter. Produced by Piaggio from April 1946 until now. He is the founder of the European design school of scooters and the first successful scooter in the world.

Vespa was designed by Corradino D’Ascanio, an aeronautical engineer, commissioned by Enrico Piaggio. The car was designed from scratch without regard to traditional motorcycles. It was based on other aviation principles. Namely: the combination of functions and the rejection of all superfluous. A characteristic feature of this model is a frameless design. The role of the frame was played by the supporting body, whose simple stamped panels were connected by spot welding. An engine with a horizontal cylinder (working volume of 91 cm³, power 3.3 hp at 4,500 rpm) was blocked with a three-speed gearbox, the gears were switched by a rotating handle on the steering wheel. The designer refused to reverse gear - he put the drive wheel on the shank of the gearbox secondary shaft. The power unit, weighing only 26 kilograms, rocked with the wheel on a pendulum fork. Small wheels with 3.5-8 ″ tires mounted cantilever and had an unusual design of two halves. The engine was located to the right of the drive wheel and was closed by a convex stamped casing. To the left for symmetry, the same casing was made under which a spare wheel was placed. The gas tank was in the back of the scooter. The first Vespa was very technological in manufacturing (and therefore cheap) and quickly gained popularity.

 

In 1948, a 125-cc motor with a capacity of 4 liters was put on scooters. s., and in 1953 its capacity increased to 4.5 liters. with. After increasing the working volume to 150 cm³, the capacity increased to 5.5 liters. with.

 

Licenses for the production of Vespa were bought by many plants: English Douglas, German Hoffmann, American Allstate, Spanish MOTO VESPA and French Volose-leke. In the USSR in 1957, the VP-150 Vyatka scooter was released - an exact copy of the Vespa scooter. No license was purchased.

Vespa Service Repair Manual
Vespa PX 125
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