28/12/2018  RLC SUPERSALE!

BAG A FESTIVE BARGAIN! Following on from our recent 'Black Friday' promotion, we have decided to run a festive 'SuperSale' over the Christmas and New Year period. Items on offer are all heavily discounted, in stock, in-house and ready to ship.

The only items that are we are taking orders for, are the X20 Casa Sport exhausts that will be shipped in January 2019 and engines (both in complete and partially assembled versions) that will be shipped February 2019. For the full list of items in the ‘RLC  SuperSale’, check them out here:

X6h Set of 4 x special cylinder studs with recessed sides RRP £16.20 £13.50!
X6r 'Radiale' cylinder head for SS200 with central sparkplug RRP £107.90 £94.40!
X6t Radiale' cylinder head for SS200 with std. sparkplug RRP £107.90 £94.40!
X7r 'Radiale' cylinder head for SS225 with central sparkplug RRP £107.90 £94.40!
X7t 'Radiale' cylinder head for SS225 with std. sparkplug RRP £107.90 £94.40!
X19b MaxiFlusso solid-mount  inlet manifold RRP £53.50 £40.60!
X20 CasaSport expansion chamber exhaust RRP £329.10 £275.00!
X33r Powermaster Cushdrive multiplate clutch (46,47,48t options) RRP £563.50 £507.20!
X44 ‘OTT’ Top chain tensioner X49r RRP £36.10 £28.90!
X49r HiFlow flywheel fan for Casatronic ignitions RRP £85.70 £67.60!
X49v HiFlow flywheel fan for Varitronic ignitions RRP £85.70 £67.60!
X55d Black CNC exhaust silencers RRP £108.20 £90.10!
X89k Offset cones + recessed engine bolt kit (zinc plated) RRP £36.10 £31.60!
X89ks Stainless steel offset cones + recessed engine bolt kit RRP £54.10 £45.10!
X168 3-speed perfect ratio gearbox cluster for J + Lui 50-75cc RRP £108.20 £63.10!
X218k CasaCooler CNC mag flange kit (Gold, Silver, Orange options) RRP £357.00 £293.00!
X232 Special tool for inserting 12mm 'C' shaped piston circlips RRP £15.80 £11.70!
X233 Special tool for inserting 16mm 'C' shaped piston circlips RRP £15.80 £11.70!
X234 Special tool for inserting 15mm 'C' shaped piston circlips RRP £15.80 £11.70!
X235 Special tool for inserting 18mm 'C' shaped piston circlips RRP £15.80 £11.70!
X249a 25% reinforced gear selector spring for sliding dog RRP £2.50 £1.30!
X251 Aluminium timing disc by Casa Performance RRP £16.70 £12.60!
X260 Superseal drive side oilseal plate (with Viton oilseal!) RRP £36.10 £27.00!
X261q 58-116mm Complete crankshaft for Quattrini 210cc (+TV175) RRP £437.30 £329.10!
X502 'Blackline Radiale' cylinder head + piston kit for TS1225 £225.40 £175.80!
X502d 'Radiale' cylinder head for TS1 225 + RB25 (std. sparkplug) £108.20 £72.10!
X600 Pair of PLC Corse reinforced silentblocks for fast road use £61.30 £52.30!
X601 Pair of PLC Corse reinforced silentblocks for race use £61.30 £52.30!
X800 Stainless exhaust mounting ring / flywheel cowling spacer £22.10 £16.70!

X211sbf Complete plug ‘n’ play SSR265 Scuderia engine £8114.50 £7303.00!
X211rbf Complete plug ‘n’ play SSR250 engine £7663.70 £6897.30!
X202t Partially assembled SS240 SafeTourer engine £3155.60 £2840.10!
DDG583 Partially assembled SS250 engine £2704.80 £2028.60!
X211rp Partially assembled SSR250 engine £2700.30 £2344.20!
X211sp Partially assembled SSR265 Scuderia engine £3110.50 £2799.50!

All items listed here are already discounted on-line. And remember, all orders over Euro 130 / GBP £117 will also receive a free T shirt!

Please note that RLC bills in Euro’s. All prices shown in GBP £ Sterling are an indication only and some minor fluctuation may occur due to the changes in the daily exchange rate.

20/11/2018  BLACK FRIDAY! 10% discount on EVERYTHING!

As it says on the picture people; on Black Friday 23rd November, every single part on both the Rimini Lambretta Centre and Casa Performance websites will have a 10% discount! The offer runs for 24hrs so start checking out what you save some $$$$ on! (Please note the only things not discounted will be New Lambretta scooters).

This is one of the new screens from Casa Performance due out soon for all Lambretta V-Special models. They will be available in ‘Gloss Black’ (as seen here), ‘Light Smoke Grey’ and ‘Dark Smoke Grey’, in both low-type sports ‘flyscreen’ and taller ‘windscreen’ versions. Prices will be stated at their release within the next couple of weeks. More info here;

NEW ORIGINAL STYLE BRACKETS FOR RLC’S BUBBLE SCREENS! After some customer feedback on the screens - mostly along the lines of, “amazing screens that look and fit well but the brackets could be better” - we have listened and gone back to the drawing board. We took some original 70’s screen brackets and had them manufactured so that they are no longer ugly wrap-around clamps, that could ruin your scooters paintwork. These new brackets fit on the underside of the bars, with no modifications needed to fit them. Simply remove the two headset top screws and use the bolts supplied with each screen. The new ’L’ shaped brackets have been made in stainless steel and are supplied ready-polished. Simple and stunning. Also having made our own brackets, it has meant that we can also drop the prices down to Euro 105 / GBP £ 91 for a complete screen kit, with a choice of 5 colours (red, smoke, yellow, ochre or green)! Sorted. More info HERE!

CASA PERFORMANCE LAMBRETTA SMALLFRAME PARTS UPDATE! In keeping with their policy of producing a tidal-wave of new parts, the lads at RLC have been working on new forks for the Luna range of Lambrettas. Their forthcoming 135cc plug ‘n’ play kit, is due out for Spring 2019 and having now pushed the boundaries of performance up to a level that owners of Lui/Vega/Cometa or J range scooters never would have previously thought possible, handling and safety is also high on their collective agenda. Apart from being hard to locate, original Luna line Lambretta forks are not that robust and also tend give very light handling as standard, as the front end weighs the same as gnat with heavy shopping. Some people like this aspect but inevitably as it’ll be no more than five minutes after the kits’ release that people start tuning them over their 12-14bhp out-of-the-box power level, better brakes might be needed. Therefore to kill two birds with one stone RLC are now completing tests of an all-new fork design, that has a Vega type column but with a (modified) LI-type lower section, courtesy of Vittorio Tessera and Casa Lambretta. This means that these new forks will add a little more weight to the front end of the scooter but most importantly also permit owners to use either LI type drum hub brakes or hydraulic discs from any manufacturer, CasaDisc included, as can be seen here in the pics. For those who wish to maintain their original forks, a simpler (and cheaper) fully hydraulic Casa Performance front brake for original Luna & J Range type forks is also on the cards and testing of prototypes is due to start on these shortly. Both forks and brakes are expected to be released in Summer 2019. As if all this wasn’t enough, the lads have also finalised the following products: a new chain guide (suitable for all models), new hi-spec cranks for both 3 and 4 speed engine casings with balance factors specifically suited for the weight of the pistons, a Ducati 90W electronic ignition complete with Hi-Flow CP fan, Superseal driveside oilseal plates with Viton ‘O’ ring that can be used on both 3 and 4 speed casings, various exhaust systems (both big-bore original type and expansion chamber type by Barone Racing) and a super-neat adapter ring for fitting under the flywheel cowling that has an additional lug for mounting an exhaust for non-Vega 75cc models, that are without the necessary mounting point casting on the engine casing. Another issue when tuning Luna machines has always been the increase in vibration and RLC have also addressed this with some novel solutions to the original engine mount set-up. This modification is still in its early days though so more news to follow if their testing goes to plan. Right through the winter these parts will be tested to the extreme and all being well, by Christmas prototypes of their new 5-speed gearboxes will also be fitted to the 4 x Lui’s that the shop use for test-bed purposes. Once any initial bugs have been ironed out, these same scooters will be ridden up across the Alps to the Scooterist Meltdown event on the Dutch-German border, replicating what the lads did last year when they rode there on two SSR/SST265’s in artic like -10°C conditions as reported HERE on SLUK. If that all goes to plan, then production proper of all parts goes into overdrive and next summer we should see a lot of previously neglected smallframe Lambrettas back on the road!

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