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 on: Today at 05:50:36 PM 
Started by whiteghost - Last post by whiteghost
I got seals from whygotstock.com. Oil seal wasn't exactly the right diameter (too small I would say), which means it didn't stick tight to the surface, but there was no problem fitting piston back into cylinder. Yes, I cleaned everything before putting together.
I don't think oil seal is the problem, because as long as I remember it was the same situation on the back caliper and there are no problems at all.

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 on: Today at 05:32:29 PM 
Started by Wooty - Last post by Wooty
So I did get a charger, a good one :) (Thanks for the tip), charged the battery and still saw no change. Again, I'm not too mechanically inclined at all, so don't know what you mean here
...it is cranking, just won't turn over.
Does the starter motor rotate the engine?

but when I do press the starter button it revs as if it's trying to start, but never actually does. Recently it's started producing a sort of hollow sounding thud after pushing the button for a couple of seconds. I think I'll probably just have to cave in and take it into a shop, just wanted to see if it was a simple quick, cheap fix I could do myself, I'm starting to think that's probably not the case. Thanks for your help guys, when I do find out what's wrong ill be sure to let you know.

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 on: Today at 03:18:38 PM 
Started by kylestuff115 - Last post by kylestuff115
I'm not sure how to classify the firmness of the gel I purchased; its the exact type that I had listed in the initial posting here. I know it's still going to sound vague, but I would describe it as soft yet supportive? It's definitely a better feeling than the stock foam that's in there in any case.

So far, so good though. Longest I've been on it in one sitting is about 80 miles, and it made a difference. It's not cruiser seat status, but I think it's about as comfortable as sport bike seat can get. Definitely worth the money in my opinion.

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 on: Today at 02:08:56 PM 
Started by whiteghost - Last post by serp
The rubber you show in the picture is there to keep the floating sliders clean, they can not leak. You don't mention what you replaced for the "rebuilt" the rubber ring inside the caliper may not be seated right or even pinched over if the piston installation was difficult. Was the piston cleaned and inspected for pitting?. The valve does appear to be leaking and that's the first place I'd go to try and fix this, take it out and inspect the seat, it should be clean and evenly tapered. At this point the loss of pressure is normal, if the fluid is leaking out than air will leak in. Once everything is cleaned, checked and bled hold pressure on the lever and look for leaks.

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 on: Today at 01:24:21 PM 
Started by whiteghost - Last post by whiteghost
Yep, this is the first thing, but when you look underneath you see that oil is coming from both rubbers too.

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 on: Today at 12:37:33 PM 
Started by whiteghost - Last post by perjam
Looks like the Bleeder valve is leaking might need tightening or replacing

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 on: Today at 11:39:32 AM 
Started by Automartin - Last post by Joss
Do you have a photo of your original block and the one you bought? As I've said, I can soon check if they fit I have both vertical and horizontal minarelli engines.

You could always send me the dimensions and I can check those too.

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 on: Today at 10:56:51 AM 
Started by whiteghost - Last post by whiteghost
So after rebuilding my brake calipers on my own (never done this before) it seemed everything OK. But now, after a while I saw that I'm loosing brake fluid level constantly and also I have no pressure anymore.
First thing. Are rubbers in picture in right position? Also if you look closely you can see, that brake brake fluid is leaking everywhere. Yes I was stupid as hell and didn't replace those rubbers, only oil and dust seal.



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 on: Today at 10:17:20 AM 
Started by Automartin - Last post by Automartin
I was wrong! The Morini, at least at my SF50 Rally from 2006, is NOT similar to the Minarelli. Because, not only is it the one bolt which is a bit off on my Morini, all holes are actually mirrored relative to the Minarelli. And it took quite some time before I realized this, making it a bit tricky finding a new and bigger inlet manifold! No one seems to have a manifold that fits my motor! And no one seems to know that the holes are mirrored relative to the Minarelli ones, and some sellers try to sell me a Minarelli one saying it will fit( if only drilling one extra hole). Can anyone out there tell me if this is only my 2006 model which has this "mirrored holes" issue, or is it the same on earlier and later models of SF50 Rally? Is there anyone who knows where I can buy an aftermarket bigger manifold?? Arrghhhh!!!.......

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 on: Today at 09:10:10 AM 
Started by 918gt650r - Last post by DaBigMac
Have a look at the connector for the LHS switch block. I know with mine, it is concealed inside the headlight, but mine is a naked and likely different to yours. Check with a multimeter and see if you can find a defective connection, or a pinched wire.

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