Above on the page there are several PDF Manuals, Electric Wiring Diagrams, Troubleshooting & Fault Codes DTC for MALAGUTI Scooters.
Since 2018 Malaguti is a part of KSR Group.
After the WW2, the famous Italian bicycle company Malaguti mastered the production of motorbikes - first with Garelli Mosquito engines, and later with motors from Sachs and various Italian manufacturers.
In the early 90s, mopeds and mokicks were replaced by scooters, which soon became the main product of the company.
The modern production range includes scooters with engines with a working volume of 50 to 250 cc and 50 cc children's sports motorcycles.
The idea to put roofs on a scooter originated some time ago in Japan, and the idea slowly penetrated into Europe.
It should be noted that in addition to the actual practical purposes, the roof significantly changes the aesthetic feeling of this technique.
For Malaguti Blog, the roof is designed in such a way that it attaches to the base of the scooter with just six screws, making it easy to install and remove.
The transparent part of the roof (the windshield itself) has a high degree of light transmission, and also boasts an anti-scratch coating.
If the roof is offered as an option for the scooter, then there is also the possibility of additional ordering of options to the roof itself, for example, it can be either without a wiper or with it.
The roof is also reinforced with an aluminum frame, allowing an additional 30-liter roof rack to be mounted on top.
The Blog series, produced by Malaguti since 2008, is a mid-size 2-wheeler offered with two engines - 125 and 160 cc respectively.
Both with electronic injection, both meet the Euro-3 environmental standard.
The motors are single-cylinder, 4-stroke, liquid-cooled, the small one produces 11.96 hp, the large one - 13.89 hp.
The scooter also boasts a high enough ground clearance for devices of this class, a seat height of 770 mm, excellent maneuverability and ease of control.
Wheels - 13-inch with disc brakes.
The dry weight of the machine is 138 kg. The tank is 9 liters.
The Italian Malaguti has been producing 2-wheeled vehicles in two factories in the suburbs of Bologna since 1930.
The total area of production facilities of both enterprises is 60,000 square meters.
The company employs about 300 people.
During its existence, the company has produced more than 2 million pieces of equipment.
Now the company's product range consists mainly of scooters - with engine displacement from 50 to 500 cc, as well as several models of 50 cc motorcycles (enduro, supermotards and neikids), several models of children's motorcycles and one model of a children's ATV.