off road competition
Paioli Meccanica production stands out in this particular segment for
its telehydraulic forks and for the top-of-the-range models with extruded
aluminium outer tube, and gripper attachment in hot-forged aluminium.
In order to address the types of problems related to these forks, connected
to the frame with just one steering crosspiece, Paioli Meccanica realized
one of Europe's most advanced stress testing machines, where a range of
load and speed conditions can be simulated in a great variety of ways.
In this segment Paioli Meccanica clearly stands out on the market for
very short design times, for the time-proven habit of carying out stylistic
studies in close cooperation with the scooter manufacturers, for ability
to produce and deliver 'just in time', with assembly of up to 1,000 forks
a day available from a catalogue of 25, and delivered in 7 days.
Paioli Meccanica is on the market with a very wide range, in traditional
and Upside-down versions, in diameters 22, 26, 28, 30, 32 and 36.
Top of the range
The most interesting fork from a technical standpoint and with particularly
striking looks is the new 36 Competition.
In fact it is the only scooter fork built according to the RSU layout
and therefore equipped with screw-on axle-bracket, outer tube in extruded
aluminium and lapped internally, anodized aluminium oil seal bushing seat,
sliding on DU bushings.
The inner tubes are 36 mm and provide great rigidity to the assembly while
at the same time enable the insertion of aluminium cartridges fully obtained
by machining, with inner pistons that guarantee a real possibility of
exploiting the inside adjustments.