Shit, what a bad luck, and I set myself to change the flat tire with a spare one.
(1-2 photo 1).
Two wires go into the spot where the tank is placed, and I want to see what else this day has in store for me.
I take off the seat and the trunk, dismantle the tank and see a small black plastic thing (it is to gather petrol in case of a leak), I lift it and find a skein of wires with tape. I try to pull them out but they resist, so I put my hand inside, scrabble a bit and …ohhh…what a joy…so much stuff, from this small spot (photo 2)
from which three small cablets come out: these are the two aerials (1 e 2), the other one is a wire I can’t pull out…but where does it end up?
I start dismantling a bit of everything, including the grill where the horn is placed (photo 5), here, behind that, a little bit framed, there was the end of the wire… a very small bug (5).
I remove everything and finally I cut the cables linked to the firing of my Vespone, in the spot where the tank is placed.
All these objects were stuck to the frame of the scooter by strong magnets secured by tape.
At this point I put the pieces back in place, change the tire and go to a tire repairer. Then I take pictures (photo 6)
In my opinion, such a job needs a lot of time and calm (even for an expert), and probably also the complicit silence of someone. Considering the care and precision in the assembling and wiring, I think it took them at least three hours.
The Sim-business chip was activted on 14/06/2005 by an unknown company.
Considering that I happened to pierce my tires very rarely in these years and never before did I find the above mentioned equipment, I think it was installed not before 2010.
What can I say? Comrades: never give anything for granted.
To the cops: never give anything for granted.