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Wanted / Re: RGS 1000 1983- Inner fairing abd clocks
« Last post by alan james on Today at 14:03 »
Hi Mike
            I have an RGS inner fairing, sent you a P.M.
                                                                             Alan.
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Now that I canīt get any more parts to make our simple Ignitech systems using their Guzzi system rotor due to their refusal to answer enquiries, I will have to source elsewhere.

I've had a look at the pictures of their system.
I'm not an expert by any means, but on the off chance I might be able to help, what exactly is the problem that you're facing ?

Cheers
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Technical / Re: fitting the primary chain tensioner
« Last post by andre g on Today at 12:10 »
Good you found it. As I am on a business trip I did not want to typ the full procedure in my mobil phone  :)
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General Discussion / Re: GCS Laverda
« Last post by TC on Today at 11:30 »
Thanks Scrumpy, have sent Steve an email  :)
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Technical / Re: fitting the primary chain tensioner
« Last post by treoleileagh on Today at 10:09 »
Found it. Cheers Andre. I gather the shaft that locates the slipper can be removed from the engine case and fitted into the cover before assembly. i'll try that tomorrow. Many thanks

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For Sale / Laverda Ceriani Front Wheel 4LS
« Last post by v2ventiler on Today at 09:35 »
Ceriani 230 mm , 4 LS , front wheel. Aluminum hub with Magnesium plates and big inlets.
Rim Borrani as new 2,15 x 18, 4613. One test ride.
1500€. Located in Germany, will ship everywhere at cost.
Michael

P4110274 by Michael Kurtz, auf Flickr
IMG_0229 by Michael Kurtz, auf Flickr
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Technical / Re: fitting the primary chain tensioner
« Last post by andre g on Today at 08:59 »
Hi,
it was explained some weeks ago. If you look for the thread you will find it.
Andre
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Technical / fitting the primary chain tensioner
« Last post by treoleileagh on Today at 08:45 »
For a triple, has any one got a good tip for holding the spring in place while the cover is being fitted. As I lift the cover to fit it, the spring seems to be twisting and distorting, or even falling out its hole in the tensioner slipper.
Thanks
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General Discussion / Re: Seeking a little advice re selling
« Last post by Paul H on Today at 08:19 »
It is s specialist market, so, just get the info out there, far and wide, and let the info spread. Take your time (if you can) and let the market respond.

Photos, price, location are of course the key items.

Be prepared for rivet counters to poke at it. It's that kinda scene, esp at top dollar.
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General Discussion / Re: Seeking a little advice re selling
« Last post by Volki on Today at 08:09 »
Hi Alex,

at first you have to show pice of the bike and all tec. infos.
If not we dont can help you!!

Volki
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