2003 Aprilia Scarabeo 50 Ditech Scooter on mail.2040motos
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2003 Aprilia Scarabeo 50 DiTech, LOCATED AT PHOENIX APACHE - SPECIAL!!!! ONLY $1399 Very clean scooter with low miles, trunk and windshield. Theres a new way of getting about, combining practicality and imagination, respect for the environment and avant-garde mechanics, a new look making the familiar legend even more irresistible and a new engine to halve consumption, reduce pollution and multiply the fun. The new Scarabeo 50 Ditech: timeless appeal, incomparable environmental friendliness. European version pictured - US version may differ slightly. Actual product sold in US territory could have modifications!
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MotoGP‘s Grand Prix Commission announced the series will adopt a standardized Engine Control Unit hardware and software programming for all entries starting with the 2016 season. At the moment, all teams are required to use a standard ECU hardware supplied by Magneti Marelli. Teams competing under the Factory option are allowed to use their own proprietary software programming while Open option participants must use standardized software.Tue, 03 Jan 2012 00:00:00 -0800
In my opinion, the smartest move in the BSB off season has to be Michael Laverty moving from Swan Yamaha to HM Plant Honda. With a ban on electronics for 2012, and in particular traction control, WFR's Graham Gowland has already proved to Laverty how competitive an EVO spec Fireblade can be - so I’m tipping both these riders to be bang on the money at the Brands Hatch season opener in April. Unlike BMW, Kawasaki and Yamaha, Honda have deliberately developed their road-going Superbike without electronics to give a user friendly feel with good mechanical traction, so it’ll be interesting to see how the opposition copes with their high-tech trickery stripped off.Mon, 14 Jul 2014 00:00:00 -0700
Marco Melandri rebounded from last week’s disappointing Portimao round to win Race One at Laguna Seca while Tom Sykes extended his championship lead with a win in a red-flagged Race Two. Melandri got taken out of the second Portimao race after his Aprilia teammate Sylvain Guintoli slid into his RSV4. Melandri looked eager to make up for that DNF, leading every lap of Race One on his way to his third win of the season.
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