Are Royal Alloy scooters plastic?

Staying true to its name, Royal Alloy continues into 2022 with a new range of scooters, all of which are crafted from minimal amounts of plastic, and lots of, well, alloys.

What engine is in Scomadi tt200?

Technical Specification

Technical Specifications
Ground Clearance (mm) 330mm
Seat Height (mm) 780mm
Displacement (cc) 181
Engine Type Single Cylinder, Water Cooled 4T, 4V DOHC

Are Lambretta scooters still made?

SIL production seems to have peaked during the financial year 1980–81, with around 35,000 scooters being built. However, by 1987 this had dropped to around 4,500 units with production finally ceasing in 1997. As of 2017, SIL’s production now centres on the Vikram three-wheeler, powered by the Lambretta engine.

What engine is in a Royal Alloy 300?

The Royal Alloy GP 300 is an A2 licence friendly retro style scooter and is powered by a Euro 4 compliant liquid cooled 278 cc single cylinder engine which puts out 21.5 bhp at 7,250 rpm and maximum torque at 5,000 rpm.

Is Royal Alloy a British brand?

The Royal Alloy range is truly unique in being the only British brand that provides a complete portfolio of ‘Real’ Retro’ scooters for the modern rider.

How fast is a Scomadi 200?

We saw 73.6mph on the Scomadi and 73.8mph on the GTS, both with the same rider on the same stretch of road using GPS. There was still more to come from the top end on both scooters though and the Scomadi was virtually straight out of the crate, whilst the GTS was well run in and had an aerodynamic screen fitted.

What’s the difference between a Scomadi 200 and GTS 300?

As you can see from the graphs and on the original one with my Scomadi 200 vs GTS 300 my Scomadi hit a max power of 15.95 bhp and the power dropped away at about 75mph whilst the GTS hung onto its power to 80mph and then it dropped off.

Are Scomadi 200 exhausts any good?

Well the standard Scomadi 200 is good for 76mph and that is great but you can spend up to £600 for exhausts that look good, sound good but produce no real performance improvement. However this £600 actually does the job and we have the stats to prove it.

Is the Scomadi 200 Stage 3 kit back on the dyno?

A little later than planned, Bill Mac gives us the lowdown in part 2 of his Scomadi 200 Stage 3 kit review. This time he’s putting it back on the Dyno… Well folks in part one I told you that I’d fitted the FIM – Fuel Injection Module, variator and sports exhaust to ‘Poppy’ my Scomadi 200.