incl. VAT plus shipping costs
It includes the following features:
The water-cooled option uses a cylinder from a common watercraft engine which should in theory offer a very torquey motor at a relatively low cost, although water-cooling a Lambretta is not a simple job to achieve tidily and will require additional pumps and plumbing. This conversion uses a 64-stroke Lambretta crank based on oversized crank webs.
The other option, using a 72mm-stroke motocross crankshaft is a large-finned air-cooled, iron-lined touring kit designed to be run with cowlings. It includes some very clever features to deal with issues like exhaust clearance. This kit will be 330cc and will also carry the Intercontinental name.