They're all different part numbers, so I very much doubt any would fit, and the Grand Canyon has a hydraulic clutch.
Parts number here https://www.oemmotorparts.com/oem2.asp?M=cagiva
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- Sat May 13, 2017 8:10 am
- Forum: Raptor 650
- Topic: Suzuki Swing arm/chain slider
- Replies: 23
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All the information you need to make one is here http://www.raptorchapter.org.uk/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=4751&p=36411&hilit=buffer#p36411 Or just google search the part number 800095580. Pretty sure the same Husqvarna part would fit, some of the other rubber parts come up as Husqvarna parts too http://...
- Sat Mar 18, 2017 10:53 am
- Forum: Classified Ads
- Topic: Wanted rear brake master rod
- Replies: 5
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Just cut the end off a bolt and round the end off with a grinder if it's just the rod you need. I made one up when I changed to rosmoto rear-sets, but it cost me a night in hospital after a close encounter with a cut off wheel on a grinder. I recommend using a hacksaw to cut the bolt head off, and d...
The frames are definitely steel, if there's a spot on your frame where the paint has been scratched off you'll notice rust, and alloy doesn't rust. Putting a magnet on it will also prove it's steel. A good welder should be able to weld that lug back on with a MIG welder, but I'd check the quality of...
If you have a look under the tank there's a little spigot that a hose attaches to. It's where the water that gets in around the fuel tank cap drains out and any fuel if you over fill it. The hole in that spigot corrodes and ends up clogging up so the water can't drain away from the fuel cap and ends...
- Thu Jan 19, 2017 5:33 pm
- Forum: General Technical
- Topic: Front master cylinder
- Replies: 8
- Views: 429
Happy to help mate, sorry it took me a few days to get back to you, saw your post late Sunday night just before bed and had to take a truck to North Queensland early Monday morning, hence the delay. You'll struggle to find an OEM one, but a Suzuki one should fit like this http://www.ebay.pl/itm/Brak...
- Thu Jan 19, 2017 10:22 am
- Forum: General Chat
- Topic: Hey Admins, please help Sheebee and Snappydragon
- Replies: 1
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I've tried to post some pics and it has been saying "board attachment quota has been reached". Can one of you please fix this, I gather some pics are going to have to be removed, thanks!
My 650 Raptor has the sensor on the rear brake disc, and one of the bolts is magnetised. The sensors are what is known as a hall effect sensor. My bike had been repaired after being put down on the left hand side and had a 1000cc speedo on it(the 650 one has a black face, the 1000 has a white face) ...
I'm doing the same thing with my 650, but it's a long process when I spend 5 days a week away in a truck. I made a stand for my engine so that I can bolt the frame to the motor and then put the wheels on bike engine.jpg I soda blasted my engine and will be painting it black, with powder coated gold ...