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SX 150/200

Postby Paul Slack » Thu May 15, 2014 5:27 pm

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Please discuss detail for any Model SX 150/200
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Re: SX 150/200

Postby Sx Kev » Mon Sep 08, 2014 12:10 pm

Hi can anybody tell me the correct paint spec for a 1966 SX 200 please i think it is all new white but not sure about the forks ,hubs and rims thanks in advance SX Kev
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Re: SX 150/200

Postby Paul Slack » Wed Sep 10, 2014 11:43 am

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Re: SX 150/200

Postby wurzel » Tue Jan 06, 2015 7:30 pm

Can anybody tell me when in it's production run did the SX200 change from bolt in fork buffers to push fit.
Was it when the horn cast badge and toolbox changed or did they change at an earlier point.

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Re: SX 150/200

Postby Afandy » Tue Jan 06, 2015 11:21 pm

According to Vittorio's Restoration guide ....150SX-200SX
First version through to early 1968
Shield front badge,glovebox in painted metal,front fork with bump-stops fixed with screws.
Second version early 1968-Autumn 1968
Rectangular front badge in aluminium,glovebox in grey plastic,front fork with press in bump-stops .
Final batch 1968
Side-panel without aluminium clasps (DL-type fixtures).adition chrome trim on the front mudguard and polished horn grill on 200 SX model.
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Re: SX 150/200

Postby wurzel » Wed Jan 07, 2015 12:24 pm

I assumed that only the last few models in the range would have the push in buffers
as Innocenti was heading into the production of the GP model in late 1968.
I know the changes to push in buffers were announced in spring of 1968 but was wondering
if anyone had any detailed information as to what frame number range they were used in.

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Re: SX 150/200

Postby Kev Fox » Fri Jan 09, 2015 2:12 pm

My April 68 SX150 has Push in Fork Buffers along with rectangular Horncast Badge, Grey Toolbox & silver rims & hubs.
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Re: SX 150/200

Postby AlG » Fri Jan 09, 2015 6:17 pm

My 1968 SX200 on a G plate frame number starting 849*** is pretty much as per the final batch: Clip on panels, Rectangular front badge, grey plastic glovebox, push in fork buffers, chrome trim on mudguard.
I bought it as an apparently original but slightly incomplete project, so would be interested to know if it should have:
1) GP fork links and loose ball rods?
2) an SX or GP front disc?
2) silver rims, hubs, forks, dampers and stand?

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Re: SX 150/200

Postby Rich Oswald » Sat Jan 10, 2015 12:28 pm

AIG what's the difference between SX and GP front discs please?
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Re: SX 150/200

Postby Afandy » Sat Jan 10, 2015 1:49 pm

I believe the SX has a grease nipple and the GP doesn't ....
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Re: SX 150/200

Postby The Umpire » Tue Jan 27, 2015 3:39 pm

my 1967 sx150 frame number 765*** has a rectangular horncast badge although the records for this period suggest the rectangular badge wasn't introduced until early 1968, could anyone shed any light on this, I realise it doesn't effect any performance but its just a question to be answered. I know the sx was imported into England in 1997 could it be that the Italian production run was slightly different to the UK production runs? There is also a connected issue which is that when the headset is turned fully to the right it rubs off a line of paint about an inch long at the top of the horncast this might just be an anomaly caused by poor re-build alignment of the leg shields or is it that the wrong horncast is fitted? It would be good to hear other members thoughts on this?
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Re: SX 150/200

Postby trev t » Sun Feb 01, 2015 5:43 pm

hi got chance of an sx frame how do i know it is a sx and not a special,,
not trusting id on the frame...
just wanna know if there is a difference.
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Re: SX 150/200

Postby Andyf » Wed Mar 25, 2015 10:42 pm

as much as a prompt to get the question back to the top for a better answer as anything else, but as far as I know there are no differences between any Italian pre-GP frames except the forks
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Re: SX 150/200

Postby Dimitrios_231 » Wed May 20, 2015 2:22 pm

Lovely original and usable S3 horncast badge.

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SCM rear shocker,code 67 10 25 S

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Original left footboard

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A hard one for the anoraks :)
I have an original SX badge fitted,I know because I had bought the scooter in a complete original state,
is the other rear badge (on the rack) an original too?
It is on an original badge holder but the Innocenti lettering is different :?

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Re: SX 150/200

Postby Martin s » Wed Jul 22, 2015 4:44 pm

I know scooter emporium were selling a 60s aftermarket rear frame
badge recently, so maybe it is one of these?
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Re: SX 150/200

Postby AlG » Mon Jun 06, 2016 8:17 am

What standard seat is correct for 1968 SX200? I have a Noemi Rosa frame to use, but not sure if this is correct. Any guidance much appreciated.
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Re: SX 150/200

Postby a.lo » Mon Jun 06, 2016 10:43 pm

not sure on the letter style as my original badge has long gone, but i do remember it had yellowed like the one on the rack. i thought they were supposed to be like that and was dissapointed when the replacement was white :)
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Re: SX 150/200

Postby TurboTrev » Wed Jun 08, 2016 9:54 am

AlG wrote:What standard seat is correct for 1968 SX200? I have a Noemi Rosa frame to use, but not sure if this is correct. Any guidance much appreciated.

Noemi Rosa is the correct frame.
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Re: SX 150/200

Postby 69GP225 » Tue Jul 05, 2016 10:27 pm

Hello,

What color code was used for a 1967 white SX150, were there two different shades of white used?
Am I right saying Hawthorn White and Nouvo White?

Was it also Lechler Manufacturered?

Thank you.

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Re: SX 150/200

Postby TurboTrev » Thu Jul 07, 2016 8:01 pm

^^^^ Late 1968 onwards SX150s were Hawthorn White (lechler 8082). Some were all white and some had blue or red side panels and horncast. Earlier SX200s were New White (lechler 8059), but the earlier SX150s looked whiteish but were Spring Grey (lechler 8070). There were also green and orange ones as well. That's as I understand it unless anyone else knows different!
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