The second shop we would like to introduce to you is most likely the biggest and maybe even the most important shop for the whole scootermatic scene – Scooter-Attack. The guys who are online since the beginning of the internet (not really but kind of (1998)) are not only responsible for Europes biggest online shop and online community, they also had some spare time to create tuning parts manufacturer Stage6, host the yearly Scooter Weekend Customs show, are having their own Stage6 racing cup and also do bits and pieces for the DSSC sprint cup.
We find all known tuning manufacturers in the scooter attack tuning parts portfolio. Additionally to the usual Yasuni, Malossi, Polini and Hebo parts you also find some more exclusive manufacturers like 2Fast, Kiesler and Roost and quality budget brands like Italkit, Motoforce or Koso.
It is understandable that Scooter-Attack puts their own brands into the spotlight you should therefore always make sure to scroll a bit further down to also find some of the other brands which also offer a great value.
What is special about Scooter-Attack is the huge selection of styling parts as well as accessories. I guess the Scooter Weekend custom show is very much supporting this product segment.
For all our German readers it should be essential to have a look at their forum (even though you most likely know it already. All other should bookmark their YouTube channel:
Pricing & delivery
Despite their size it is surprising that Scooter-Attack is actually not always to cheapest go to shop in Germany. Therefore it has probably the best stock level amongst them all and you can be sure that the phone supporters know what they are talking about and are willing to help you with any question you might have.
Shipping costs are also very transparent and start as low as 3,90€. Shipping to the UK is very competitive at 9€.
Scooter-Attack Store & Showroom
In den Hallen 16
Mo-Fr 14:00h – 18:00h
Sa 10:00h – 14:00h
Hotline & Orderline
Mo-Fr 10:00h – 18:00h
Sirs: Could you please tell me what is the size of the piston pin in a Polini Big Evolution 84cc kit.
My current set-up has a 12mm gudgeon pin and wanted to see if the Polini Big Evolution
kit would be a match on the pin size.
Its a 13mm gudgeon pin along with an 85mm conrod. Won’t be possible to run it with a 12mm gudgeon pin unfortunately :-/
Hi a while ago I purchased a Polini cp23 off you guys and was wondering what the correct filter for this is as its going on a two stroke Yamaha FS1.
Any info would be greatly appreciated.
you have to get in touch with Scooter-Attack. This is just a tuning blog. No affiliation with Scooter-Attack…