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post #11 of 45 (permalink) Old Mar 28th, 2013, 3:33 pm
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I needed to touch up the gold paint on my frame. I used Dupli-color 2 in 1 pen. Part number NG GM 491 it was $9.50 out the door at Autozone. It is a very good match. It is a General Motors Gold metalic.
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post #12 of 45 (permalink) Old Jul 30th, 2013, 1:06 am
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You should be right with those - pretty standard 6201 double sealed bearings.

The numbers on the boxes I have here are;
NSK 6201VVCM NS7S

The fixed tensioner only seems to be available from Ducati and are expensive at around $55 each.

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post #13 of 45 (permalink) Old Jul 30th, 2013, 2:24 am
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Vitaloni mirror (Supersport etcetera) is available for peanuts at Swedish car accessories company Biltema:

Dörrbackspegel - Biltema (In Swedish)

Only 39.90 Swedish Kronor (SKR), which approximately is 6 US Dollars.

Cheap as hell!
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Vitaloni mirror (Supersport etcetera) is available for peanuts at Swedish car accessories company Biltema:

Dörrbackspegel - Biltema (In Swedish)

Only 39.90 Swedish Kronor (SKR), which approximately is 6 US Dollars.

Cheap as hell!
But they are crap! definately poorer quality. The ber end mirrors (82-489) however are top quality stuff.

More for our Scandinavian readers, Biltema fuel pump 52-201 is a direct replacement for the Ducati 749/916 one.If I remember right oil pressure switch 61-588 fits ealier, up to injection, SS's.(61-590 DOES NOT WORK -normally open type).
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I was looking into an open clutch cover for the FE. I didn't want to pay a lot or drill out the existing solid cover. This is the cheapest way by far to get the same experience. Some stainless steel nuts slightly bigger diameter than the cover bolts. Plenty of bite on the threads left to tighten it on, I still used some loctite on them. The dust now falls out and the sound is much sweeter. Virtually no cost as I had the nuts already!
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Speedometer cable.

Post '99 SS 750ie, Part no. = 403.1.010.1A

Any alternatives?

How about pre '99 SS speedo cables, Monster, etc. ???

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Speedometer cable.

Post '99 SS 750ie, Part no. = 403.1.010.1A

Any alternatives?

How about pre '99 SS speedo cables, Monster, etc. ???
I think I bought a new speedo cable with housing.... from Ducati, from Italy, for about $15 total. Not sure if a cheaper option than that exists!

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403.1.010.1A is only $10.99 from Ducati Omaha, plus shipping.

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If you don't need the housing and just the inner cable needs replacing this works well with a little cutting. Just had to put one in my 900ss after 14k miles and did not want to spend $50 on ebay for one.

Cable Kit, Inner Wire, Speedo | Motion Pro
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Hi, can anyone point me in the right direction for alternate part number fork seals to suit 2001 900ss with 43mm Showa forks? maybe suzuki GSXR??
This site lists bikes with 43mm Showa forks so you might get lucky buying to suit a Suzuki.

Showa 43mm Fork Seal Kit | RMR Suspensions

I bought mine from Traxxion Dynamics, Inc. - Fork Related along with a whole bunch of other bits - like the cartridge kit, seal driver and bushes. Cheaper than mrsuspensions and ship to Australia.
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