Clutch SIP "Supersport" for Vespa

Created by Dietrich Limper at 08:01 on January 12, 2023

First, our expert Jesco looks at the gearing of the crankshaft and clutch, because this is important so that the power can be transmitted adequately. The assembly is very easy, because it is a simple but stable plug-in connection. This combination was successfully tested on our 70 hp scooter. So we had these shafts with teeth made for normal PX engines as well, so that the clutch can now be plugged on easily here as well. If you already have a clutch, you can convert it to the toothed system. Or you can treat yourself to a new clutch and Jesco has something very special in store for you!

Our new "Supersport" clutch from the SIP Performance series is certainly one of the highest quality and most advanced clutches on the market.

  • Low mass on the crankshaft

  • 4 clutch plates

  • Version with toothed flange available

Technical details at a glance:

  • CNC milled aluminium basket outside

  • 12-pinion bolted with primary pinion

  • CNC milled steel basket inside

  • 4 full pads type "Cosa"

  • 3 steel discs

  • CNC milled aluminium cover plate top and bottom

  • 9 springs

  • clutch plates can be changed in installed condition

  • can be mounted with the original PX 200 clutch coverver

In the further course of the video Jesco introduces the clutch to you in detail and explains why we used the clutch from BFA motori as inspiration. This is unsurpassed in terms of quality, but for the everyday rider it may be "too much" and a burden on the wallet. That's why we at SIP Scootershop have launched a somewhat simplified version that still conveys the philosophy of the BFA clutch. Jesco also explains the different pricing of our "Supersport" clutches due to the material, what the nine primary gears are all about and what the weight savings are compared to the original clutch.

If you are interested in the assembly of the "Supersport" clutch, you should definitely watch the video with André, where theory becomes practice.

Video: Presentation of the SIP "Supersport" clutch

Dietrich Limper
Dietrich Limper

Dietrich Limper works as an editor for SIP Scootershop and also writes for local and national publications. When he's not geocaching, he enjoys the amazing antics of Bayer Leverkusen.