AO Delta Complete

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The Delta, is perhaps the most solid scooter AO has ever released. This scooter is intended to be versatile and ready to conquer both park and street equally. Right our of the box the Delta feels solid and dialed. This PRO setup is the perfect upgrade for any rider looking to take scootering to the next level, as it is fully integrated and features HIC compression, a threadless fork, and 110mm spoked wheels. If your looking to throw down more grinds, this deck features flat sides and integrated grinds rails for minimal friction for faster grinding speeds. Tired of flat spots on your wheels? The Delta brake features the industry PRO standard stainless steel flex brake, which is rounded to avoid flat spots on the wheels. Perfect for avid to advanced riders!

Based on the Lambda 1.2 deck design. It comes with forged head tube, re-heated aluminum, steel handle bar, spoked aluminum 841 wheels, threadless steel fork with HIC system, high precision headset bearings and a super light triple clamp.

Comes partially assembled.

  • Reinforced Lambda deck (forged neck)
  • Fully integrated
  • Flat bottom with integrated grind rails
  • Chromoly Y bar 23''X22''(580 x 560 mm)
  • Threadless steel fork
  • Compression system (HIC)
  • Width: 4.5'' (114mm)
  • Length: 20 1/2'' (520mm)
  • Overall Height: 33'' (840mm)
  • Headtube angle: 82.5
  • Weight: 9.0lbs. 4.1 kgs
  • 110mm spoked alum wheels (841)
  • Titen ABEC 7 bearings
Size chart
Wheel size
Deck length
Deck width
Handlebar height
Head tube angle
Handlebar width



its working out fine



It's amazing better than any other scooter I've ever had if i was asked I would highly recommend this brand



Ive had this for past two weeks and have ridden it every day, its good so far. There are a few minor set backs though.

1. The bars are a bit bigger so if you are on the smaller side keep that in mind.
2. The bars have a backseep where your hand would be its a little strange at first but you get used to it.
3. The grips are ok but not that comfy and havent gotten soft, consider changing.
4. The break/fender has is nearly touching the wheel so if you put a even a little pressure down you get friction. Consider changing if your backfoot like to rest on the break.

Its a very good entry level complete to start building on and has a pretty low price.

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