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    Wtb: Dpv

    Guys

    Looking for a light weight DPV that doesn't cost me an arm and a leg, must be in good working order and not excited about scuffs and scrapes as they come with the territory. A nice X-Scooter Sierra or similar would do

    Suggestions please along with tech spec and price

    Cheers
    Gar

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    I am sure that a few people will be along shortly offering their sage advice.

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    Did I mention I have a spare Apollo AV1 since buying that sierra....

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    Should consider the SUEX DPV's, owned one for a few years very good, no metal bits to rust. Made in Italy, I had to import, but think they have dealers here now....

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    Is it for travel or just UK use?

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    UK use only Rob, needs to be small and light as I want to use it, not get bored with humping heavy metal and therefore leave in shed, shout if you have something suitable pls

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    Quote Originally Posted by Garspeed View Post
    UK use only Rob, needs to be small and light as I want to use it, not get bored with humping heavy metal and therefore leave in shed, shout if you have something suitable pls
    Suex-XJoy-2 rated to 80m, weights 14,7kg, 60mins + burn time 1,200

    This is the newer version of the one I owned,Suex XJoy 14rated to 120m about same size/weight as an Ali 80 cylinder but more expensive.

    Can now get from DIR Direct in Weymouth. Goods scooters, trimmed at factory, easy to change between fresh/salt water, simply replace s/s plate with spacer washer.

    Served me well, no problems (all plastic body so just rinse off, so no rusting) , used on Justicia/Illinious etc, 60min burn time no good in a cave but ample for scootering big wrecks.

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    You can also get them from me www.suex.co.uk

    Let me know if you want any details or a test ride.

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    I don't have anything myself but I know of a few people who are looking at switching to Piranha's from Cuda's or Sierra's and will probably be looking to sell their existing units to help fund the change.

    I'll put you in touch as soon as I can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Dobson View Post
    I don't have anything myself but I know of a few people who are looking at switching to Piranha's from Cuda's or Sierra's and will probably be looking to sell their existing units to help fund the change.

    I'll put you in touch as soon as I can.
    Appreciate it rob


 
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