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Hi Antietam.Your rear brake cable?, welcome to the world of Morini parts! hehe!. I can think of at least three different lengths of cable, and I think that's before we get to the ones for rear set footrests, and crossover conversions. On one of my sports I had to relocate the brake lever on the drum to get it to work. Stewart at NLM used to know which one to use by just telling him what set up you had. I'll bet there's one specifically for the crossover conversion?. Try a post on the Morini forum?.Good luck, wonderful little bikes!.Alan.
Steering damper initially worked *okay*, but once I cleaned all the crud caked around the seal area, it began leaking profusely. Not sure it even needs one. May just remove the bracket and call it good.
I suggest letting it leak out all its oil and then mount it for aesthetic purposes. It looks the biz but is unnecessary, and when these dampers actually work, they cause the mounting bracket to bend and eventually break.
The header cross over joints on my 500 continue to leak even after repeated tightening. I think I need to make some cuts like you did to attempt to get the system to seal. Nice work as always
I sealed all the joints with Permatex Ultra Black RTV as well.
I was wondering what happened to the 3-1/2.
Nice work finishing the spaghetti junction! At first I thought the Moto Morini approach to wiring, individual wire components instead of a single bundle, was awkward. I now think Moriniís method is superior for troubleshooting and replacement. Looks like you are close to being able to fire it up.
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