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- Mon May 18, 2020 12:57 pm
- Forum: General Chat
- Topic: 1000 raptor blowing fuses
- Replies: 3
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I'd be looking around where the main harness runs around the steering head and the wires go into it from the right hand switch gear. I'd also try it with the bike switched on but not running, and change through all the gears, as it maybe the gear position sensor causing the issues.
From what I gather Nick, the Navigator is identical to the Gran Canyon except for the 19 inch front wheel(and cable drive speedometer drive) up to about 2002. In 2002 they relocated some of the electrical components like the regulator to under the side cover from the tail section and some relays to ...
If you join the Cagiva Raptor's Garage on Facebook, we have an English manual on there in the files section to download. The sections aren't in the right order, but you'll work it out
- Thu Apr 09, 2020 12:47 pm
- Forum: General Chat
- Topic: workshop manual cagiva 650
- Replies: 7
- Views: 439
I'd suggest asking the ebay seller if it's a 650IE(fuel injection) manual or a 650 carby manual. I did what Sheebee suggested, 1000 manual for general things, sv650 manual for the engine.
I use what is easy to get in case I need a top up in an emergency. Suzuki says to use a 10w/40 oil in that motor. Best to pick one brand and stick to it as different engine oil shouldn't be mixed. I'm currently using this.
Just take the axle in to a nut and bolt shop and see if they have a nut that fits, or try Parramatta MV Agusta, they have them listed on their website, but it doesn't necessarily mean they will have one. I have got parts for my Navigator from them. http://shop.mvap.com.au/part/mv-agusta/800095003#top
Could try a Honeywell GT101 hall effect sensor. the measurements are pretty much the same dimensions, but the cylinder is longer, so would need some sort of spacer to keep it clear of the caliper bolt that it picks up off. https://au.rs-online.com/web/p/magnetic-pickups/2355706/ Here's a wikipedia l...
- Thu Feb 06, 2020 7:24 am
- Forum: General Technical
- Topic: Vehicle safety switch
- Replies: 8
- Views: 916
Hey Yeah! I think the link Shebee gave you is just a bad drawing. If you look at this link, same part number for item 19 but it doesn't have the wires coming out the back https://www.bike-parts-mv.com/mvagusta-motorcycle/F4/2005/F4_1000S_1+1/BATTERY--ECU/38/26/0/116 I also did a bit of a dig around ...
- Thu Nov 07, 2019 5:33 am
- Forum: Raptor 1000
- Topic: Cagiva/Aprilia suspension triangles
- Replies: 5
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Maybe some custom triangles with the 57mm/62mm dimensions changed. These are the dimensions for the jack up triangle. Raptertriangles.jpg Also be aware the V-raptor/Xtra Raptor and 650IE have a different part number for the suspension link, maybe that needs to be lengthened or shortened. Shouldn't b...
I had a look at an owners manual for the V-Raptor and it showed adjustable forks, hopefully someone here that owns one can confirm that. If you have a look at this Brembo catalog on page 38 and 39 http://www.cyclebrakes.com/brembo_catalog.pdf it shows the Cagivas and Ducatis that share the same cali...