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post #21 of 45 (permalink) Old Nov 20th, 2013, 10:02 pm
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Found that 5/8" ID dish washer hose is very close to the case breather hose.
This is the hose that connects a dish washer to the p-trap under a sink.
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SS and Monster starter motors... Starter Motor for Ducati twin motorcycles electrical parts for motorcycles manufactured by Electrex World | Electrex World Ltd

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post #23 of 45 (permalink) Old Jul 31st, 2014, 4:36 am
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The air filter for the 1992-98 900ss/851/888 is the same as fitted to a Porsche 924. Dimensions are: 211 x 211 x 57. Purflex A515 (K & N equivalent: 33-2003, Mann-Hummel filter part number P12210).
I picked up a 1978 Porsche 924 filter and it was quite thicker and would not allow me to close the airbox lid over it.
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Spark plug wires for a 2V 900

Where do you get spark plug wires?
They look car-ish.

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Im not sure if this counts, but I remember people having trouble getting a "super light" front sprocket with the drilled-out center. I just bought a JT sprocket off amazon that has the look. Really nice piece and its was under $17 shipped.

JT Sprockets JTF742.15 15T Steel Front Sprocket JT Sprockets JTF742.15 15T Steel Front Sprocket

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Where do you get spark plug wires?
They look car-ish.
I never saw what Cagiva put on your bike, but the coils usually have the wire glued/epoxied into them.

Typically, on a bike you will find the wire actually has wire running through it. They don't break down like the compressed carbon wires on an automobile.

But, if someone has trimmed the wire back too much while installing new spark plug caps (Which do wear out or break), you can get a length of Packard 440 wire from a good Auto Parts dealer and get a pair of NGK Racing Cable Splicers from a good Motorcycle Dealer Parts Dept.


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post #27 of 45 (permalink) Old Mar 19th, 2015, 3:42 pm
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Not sure what the Ducati vs. Bosch part numbers and costs are but isn't there a drastic difference between the Ducati regulator for the 916 family of bikes and the exact same Bosch unit that you can get from Napa (or similar store)?
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Rubber isolation dampers for the oil cooler can be had from McMaster-Carr for $2.41 each in chemical and temperature resistant neoprene PN 9241K45 (M6 thread, one male one female, 1" dia, 3/4" tall). I don't really know if that is all that much cheaper then dealer price but they shiped to my door in 2 days and fit perfect.

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Alternative fuel pump from O'Reilly's Auto Parts - E16031. Same size as the OEM and looks just like it.
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Wemoto in the UK have OE & non OE speedo cables
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