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Vespa (Piaggio) Vespa 125 (VNB6T)

Vespa (Piaggio) Vespa 125 (VNB6T)


Vespa 125 (VNB3-VNB6)

Whoever says VNB2T will also say VNB3T. Piaggio did this in 1962 and presented a successor that had not changed under the hood. The changes were mainly cosmetic, so many features of the 150cc models are included. The handlebar head is now no longer divisible and is made of cast aluminium with a receptacle for the small, square speedometer, as known from the previous model. However, the diameter of the headlamp increases to 115 mm. The brake pedal is the same as on the 150, made of highly polished aluminium with a black brake pedal rubber.

The Vespa lettering and caliper are in a dark blue. The rear light is no longer painted but chrome-plated. Instead of the baseboards on the centre tunnel, the mat is now fitted with side trims. The front fender is shaped a little bit different than on the previous model and now has beading on the sides. The leg shield is beaded with an aluminium slotted tube.

With the VNB4T, also introduced in 1962, not so much changes. The proven engine is kept and also the frame changes only in the area of the license plate mounting, here the frame is now square. The scooter is delivered in a light grey (MaxMeyer 1.298.8707). The wheelbase is 2 cm shorter. The rear brake pads are now no longer attached overlapping to one bolt, but have two bolts. The side hoods are now upgraded with trim strips.

1963 the VNB5T is the first engine with a 4-speed transmission. The overall transmission ratio remained the same, but the gearbox was more closely stepped.

With the VNB6T only minor changes are made from 1964. For example, the nuts of the wheel mounting studs were reinforced (from 8 to 10 mm). In addition, the wheel nuts no longer have a welded joint. The tail light is that of the Super. From a technical point of view the compression of the 4-speed engine is increased from 7.2:1 to 7.7:1. This increases the power from 4.6 to 5.12 hp.

Frame numbers VNB6 by year of manufacture:

1964: VNB6T 1001-7455
1965: VNB6T 7456-35439
1966: VNB6T 35440-37028

Original paint VNB6 (MaxMeyer)

Azzurro Chiaro
PIA400 (1.298.7400)
Azzurro Chiaro 400
Nocciola (Antiruggine)
PIA3000M (3000M)
Nocciola 3000M
Mounting parts:
PIA983 (1.268.0983)
Vehicle (general)
name: Vespa 125 (VNB6T)
year of manufacture: 1964, 1965, 1966
no. of exemplars produced: 36028
Vehicle sizes
length: 1725 mm
width: 655 mm
height: 985 mm
ground clearance: 160 mm
wheelbase: 1180 mm
petrol tank capacity: 7.7 l
tank reserve (petrol): 1.4 l
weight (dry): 92 kg
weight (max): 270 kg
Vehicle wheels
front tyre: 3.50 - 8
rear tyre: 3.50 - 8
front wheel rim: 2.15 - 8
rear wheel rim: 2.15 - 8
Vehicle brakes
front brake type: drum brake
front brake operation: mechanical with cable
Ø front: 125 mm
rear brake type: drum brake
rear brake operation: mechanical with cable
Ø rear: 127 mm
Vehicle engine
displacement: 123.4 cm³
stroke: 57 mm
bore: 52.5 mm
engine type: 2-stroke
number of cylinders: 1
type of cooling: air
power (kW): 3.75 kW
power (HP): 5.1
rpm (P max): 5000
compression ratio: 1:7.7
mixture preparation: carburettor
carburettor: Dell'Orto SI 20/15C, Dell'Orto SI 20/15D
starter: kickstarter
clutch: manual
engine brand: Piaggio
max speed: 78 km/h
engine type: 2-stroke
emission standard: none
Vehicle engine - ignition
ignition type: point set ignition
advanced ignition: 26
points distance: 0.4 mm
power (light): 30 W
voltage: 6 V
Vehicle engine - gearbox
gear change type: manual
no. of gears: 4
ratio primary - 1:: 3.045
ratio speed 1 - 1:: 4.385
ratio speed 2 - 1:: 3.059
ratio speed 3 - 1:: 2.182
ratio speed 4 - 1:: 1.593
overall ratio - 1:: 4.85
Fahrzeug Betriebsstoffe
fuel: Super (ROZ 95)
mix ratio: 1:50
gearbox oil: SAE30
gearbox oil capacity: 0.25 l
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