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V4 Rosso

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  1. Not all have twin low beams as shown in the schematic below of the 4th gen for a couple of markets (most of europe) @weerab: The conversion can be as simple as adding a third prong to the right headlight connector splicing into the left connector. But make sure the current low beam is switched using a relay and not directly from the headlight switch (as shown in the above schematic).
  2. I agree,with tsmitty : the Gilera sounds sweet, and looks great. Now that bodge job in the 4th gen collector box on the other hand...... 😁
  3. I agree with VFR78: remove the bearing holder and clean up the teeth. Also a great opportunity to repack the bearings with new grease.
  4. I would go with the air gap recommended by YSS. The length of the spring is of no influence on the oil displacement, wire thickness and number of coils per cm do. I have set the air gap on mine to 130mm to make the combined front spring rate a bit more progressive.
  5. Yo may have to remove the airbox to get a good view
  6. Starting fluid comes out of the spray can because the can is pressurised 🤓 Check if there is fuel coming out of the injectors.
  7. Quite a transformation, it looks brand new. Excellent write-up too.
  8. A set of round clocks is on it's way to you.
  9. To me still the best looking VFR. No side stand fairing left in your parts bin?
  10. Ouch. Are replacements still available? Never seen a disc rotor with a mirror finish like that one 😎
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    New livery looks great 👍 Do you also have a pic with all of the bike within the frame?
  12. The stacks don't need to have linear movement, do they? Or can you otherwise not get enough clearance?
  13. Wow, that's quite an ordeal you went through. Best wishes on #3 👍
  14. Not Putoline. Putoline only makes lubricants and coolants for motorcycles, scooters and quads.
  15. The service manual only mentions the thickness of the friction plates: 2.92-3.08 (0.115- 0. 121)
  16. You can find even better diagrams & more in the factory service manual:
  17. You are sure you installed the friction plates in the right order, starting with the one with the larger ID that fits over the friction spring? And the outer friction plate one slot offset to the other friction plates?
  18. Maybe the clutch pushrod got misaligned when you installed the pressure plate. The zip tie method puts the system under pressure making the air bubbles smaller. Smaller air bubbles can travel around tighter corners (inside banjo bolts) and smaller orifices. The bubbles will accumulate just in front of the master cilinder and travel further up to the reservoir as soon as the zip tie is removed. Make sure the steerer is turned to the right
  19. Hi V4 Rosso, Thank you for your donation of 25.00 USD. We look forward to improving the forums with your donation. Thanks VFRDiscussion
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