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Kupplungscheiben Nordwest

Post by mycall » Mon Sep 19, 2016 11:28 am

Hallö,

haben Saturno und Nordwest die gleichen Kupplungsscheiben ?
In der Alternativersatzteilliste hab ich nur unter Saturno was gefunden.

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Re: Kupplungscheiben Nordwest

Post by Joachim » Mon Sep 19, 2016 4:58 pm

alles gleich.
Bis auf die (hydraulische?) Kupplung der Dakota.
Irgendwie glaube ich mich an eine entsprechende Aussage von HP zu erinnern ;)

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Re: Kupplungscheiben Nordwest

Post by CB » Mon Sep 19, 2016 7:28 pm

Hi
Sorry to write in english.

In the parts book the friction plates have a different spare part number as far as I remember.
And I think the friction is higher with the NW plates to my experience but it may be imagination.

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Re: Kupplungscheiben Nordwest

Post by mycall » Tue Sep 20, 2016 7:21 am

danköööh, für Info ...

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Re: Kupplungscheiben Nordwest

Post by Joachim » Tue Sep 20, 2016 3:50 pm

CB wrote:Hi
In the parts book the friction plates have a different spare part number as far as I remember.
That dosn't matter.
Luigi seems to have a lot of numbers, so he alsways used anothe rone.
The headlights of the Nordies and the GFR are the same. They also have the same
CEV number. But of course they have different numbers in the Gilera lists ;)

Years ago i bought a set of friction plates for a Saturno and compared them with the Nordie clutch plates from Gottfried.
All the same measurements. So i think they are the same.

As said before i think the Dakota clutch is somehow smaller.
At least HP told something like that... years ago ;)
If i remember right there was troubble while he tried to use a Dakota clutch cover with the hydraulic clutch on a Saturno.
It didn't fit. So my conclusion is that the clutch behind the cover is somehow smaller tahn that of the Saturno.
But i might be completely wrong ;)
Maybe the 350ccm engines will all have that smaller clutch
I never have seen one...

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