The front shocks are 15mm shorter than standard shock absorbers and thus lower the front of the vehicle. This is beneficial to driving stability, top speed and last but not least to the appearance. Additionally the swingarm angle is reduced, which improves the response of the damper. The resulting greater caster stabilizes handling at higher speeds.
- with KBA test mark / ABE (TÜV/Dekra demonstration required)
- high-strength aluminium, CNC machined
- hard anodised surfaces for optimum protection
- sporty-harmonious damper technology
- high-quality components for long service life
- massive 12th generation5 mm piston rod
- ready-to-install complete solution
BGM PRO SC Competition
racing suspension on gas pressure basis with superb everyday qualities Fully adjustable in spring preload (infinitely variable) and rebound (12/16-way).
With separate compensation tank for the gas reservoir, therefore thermally extremely stable, even in tough racing use. The adjustment range extends from comfortable to very tight and is therefore adaptable to every driver and riding type.
- infinitely variable adjustment of the spring preload
- large reservoir directly on the housing
- rebound damping adjustable 12/16 times
BGM PRO SC Sport
Based on the Competition suspension, but without separate reservoir and fixed damping rate. Ideal for sporty everyday use even with powerful engines.
Very harmonious basic tuning with optimum balance between sportiness and suitability for everyday use. Compared to the Competition chassis it is infinitely adjustable in height. This allows the vehicle to be adjusted in height on both axles. The front can be lowered or the rear raised without having to change the pre-load, which is so important for the negative spring travel. The front shock absorber can be adjusted continuously between 240mm and 220mm in height.
- infinitely variable adjustment of the spring pre-load
- sporty-harmonious acting damping technology
- individually height adjustable (20mm)
Incl. Note: Vespa PX models from approx. year 2000 up need a distance piece of at least 48mm length at the rear shock absorber (see accessories). Piaggio uses from 2000 up longer shock absorbers which are mounted without spacer. To get back to the correct overall length a spacer (as originally installed in the older models ex factory) is required. Otherwise the rear is too deep by the amount of the missing spacer.