Grand prix (series II) DL 125 – 150 – 200

Innocenti brought in the design house Bertonie to completely re design the GP range. This model was only known as the GP on the UK and a few other markets, on all others it was known as the DL

 

Specifications


Date of production Jan. 1969~Apr. 1971
Scooters produced 15.300 – 20.048 – 9.350
Capacity 123 cc – 148 cc – 198 cc
Bore x stroke 52x58 – 57x58 – 66x58 (mm)
Carburettor Dellorto SH 1/20 – SH2/22
Gear 4 speeds Hand Controlled
Power 7,3 cv a 6.200 rev/min – 9,3 cv a 6.300 rev/min – 11,7 cv a 6.200 rev/min
Speed max 85 – 100-105 – 120 (Km/h)
Tyre Size 3,50x10
Brakes 125/150 finned drums front and rear – 200 floating disk front, finned drum rear
Tank capacity 8,1 L
Consumption 40 – 29 -25 (Km/L)
Weight 118 – 120 – 123 Kg
Overall length 1800 mm
Overall eight 1012mm
Overall width 680mm handlebar
Colors turchoise, white – white, orange, ochre – ochre
Price 184.000 – 212.000 – 289.000 (Lire)

Identification details


Version I to mid-1970 Cast-aluminium horn grille and dummy rear air intake, fuel tap hatch in painted metal.
Version II mid-1970 – to end of production Plastic horn grille, dummy rear air intake and fuel tap hatch.

Frame numbers by year


Dl 125 (GP125)
1969: 001,001 – 009,450
1970: 009,451 – 015,892
1971: 015,893 – 017,302

DL 150 (GP150) 1969: 200,001 – 210,704

1970: 210,705 – 218,908
1971: 218,909 – 220,049

DL 200 (GP200) 1969: 250,001 – 254,778
1970: 254,779 – 258,602
1971: 258,603 – 259,351

Colour schemes and finishes


Body colour parts Frame, leg-shield, handlebar and headset, floorboard tunnel, glovebox lid, fuel tap hatch (if in metal), right-hand rear running-board L-bracket, air intake beneath the saddle, side-panels, front cowling, front mudguard, dummy air intake (if in metal).
White Thorn Fuel tank, rear mudguard, cylinder head air intake manifold (2 pieces), air box, filter carrier, fuel tank support strap.
Carter aluminium 8081 Wheel rims, wheel hubs, front brake shoe backing plate, stand, stand mudguard, fork, spare wheel holder. On the last examples of the 200 DL, the fork is painted in non-metallic light grey. The plastic parts (glovebox, horn grille, fuel tap hatch, dummy rear air intake) are left unpainted black.
Black finish Rear damper, horngrille, saddle frame and clamp, fuel tap, choke, glovebox handles.
Aluminium paint Front dampers (200 DL only).

Crankcase Bare aluminium.


Carburettor Carburettor body and float chamber cover bare aluminium, zinc-plated, screws and fittings.
Control cable sheaths Black.
Saddles Black imitation leather with “Lambretta Innocenti” rear script.
Silencer Aluminium silver.

Chromed parts


Frame Brake pedal, frame tube cable circlip, “Lambretta” leg-shield script, oval badge on front cowling, rear “Innocenti” badge (black background).
Electrical parts Headlamp bezel, ignition lock bezel.
Engine Kick-start lever.

Zinc-plated parts


Front fork Screws and pins, lower steeringhead bearing dust cap.
Frame All screws and bolts, special washers, bushes, plates for the shaped bars of the side-panel catches.
Electrical parts Handlebar light switch screws.
Engine Levers, studs, nuts and bolts, lubricators, oil caps.
Wheels Plain and cap nuts, bushes, wheel hub brake levers, disc brake lever cover (200).

Burnished parts


Engine Air filter pipe fixing spring.
Frame Stand spring, brake pedal spring, shaped bars for side-panels catches.

Polished parts


Frame Handlebar levers and lever carriers.
Electrical parts Handlebar light switch cover.

Lechler system colours


Carter aluminium (frame) 8081
125 DL
Thorn Whte 8082
Turquoise 8016
150 DL
Red 8073
Thorn White 8082
200 DL
Ochre 8080

Maintenance data


Fuel/oil mixture 4% (200)
2% (125-150)
Spark plug Bosch 225/240 long thread
Engine oil SAE 90, 600cc
Carburettor (125) Dell’Orto SH 1/20
max jet 98, min 45 – Valve 2
Carburettor (150) Dell’Orto SH 2/22
max jet 118, min 45 – Valve 2
Carburettor (175) Dell’Orto SH 2/22
max jet 118, min 45 – Valve 1
Ignition advance 22°-24° 2.20-2.66mm ahead of Top Dead Centre

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