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Postby madmods » Tue Sep 04, 2007 9:32 pm

Hello,
I am a new member. I speak spanish and English. I currently live in Usa but am thinking of moving one day to costa rica. I have a gilera cx125.

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New Blood to Gilera club

Postby linju62 » Thu Apr 10, 2008 7:13 pm

Hi
I just join the forces.
I have SP 01 -90.
Finland is the place where I try to keep up with This bike.

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Postby Stybbe » Wed May 21, 2008 7:39 am

Hello!
I´m Stybbe from Sweden. I just joined this forum. Seems to be a good one :) I speak English and some German.

I got a couple of Gilera 50 Tourings and thinking of buying a 600 XRT or RC.

See you/Stybbe

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Postby fredie » Sat Oct 11, 2008 6:33 am

hello from australia :lol:

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Re: English speaking Gileristi are welcome!

Postby xen » Tue Sep 01, 2009 3:20 pm

Hello
Just finished restoring this Gilera CX. It turns heads wherever it goes!
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Re: English speaking Gileristi are welcome!

Postby fredie » Wed Sep 02, 2009 6:44 am

very nice *deibel* :lol:

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Re: English speaking Gileristi are welcome!

Postby Lone Rider » Fri Oct 22, 2010 8:45 am

Like the Triumph though :D

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Re: English speaking Gileristi are welcome!

Postby CokiGFR125 » Sun Jan 30, 2011 10:39 pm

Hello to everyone from serbia , made my own intro thread but i also wanted to say hi here :D
1993 Piece of junk Gilera GFR 125 (hope to see it shine really soon)

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Re: English speaking Gileristi are welcome!

Postby paul v » Wed Aug 03, 2011 1:59 am

Hi there Paul here from the UK

I am very much into 2 stroke engines and parts; I have just added 2 Gilera GFR125 to my collection of bikes and would like to learn more about them.

I own and run a Motorcycle business in the uk and in the past have been a full Piaggio dealer
Gilera, Derbi,Vespa Etc, but now only do parts and engine work.

I have always been into 2 strokes and manly do parts for the Aprilia RS125 and the Cagiva Mito 125,
i hope to add Gilera GFR, SP01/02 parts to our list, although i know this is going to be hard and there are not that many parts available.

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Re: English speaking Gileristi are welcome!

Postby Joachim » Wed Aug 03, 2011 8:11 am

Welcome ;)

paul v wrote:I have just added 2 Gilera GFR125 to my collection of bikes


Ahh.... you are the one who bought the GFRs from the GeN member on ebay.
Good luck.

ciao Joachim
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Re: English speaking Gileristi are welcome!

Postby paul v » Wed Aug 03, 2011 11:06 am

Joachim wrote:Welcome ;)

paul v wrote:I have just added 2 Gilera GFR125 to my collection of bikes


Ahh.... you are the one who bought the GFRs from the GeN member on ebay.
Good luck.

ciao Joachim


Yes it was me who got the 2 bikes *thumb*

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll? ... K:MEWAX:IT

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Re: English speaking Gileristi are welcome!

Postby kevjac » Sun Oct 02, 2011 7:57 pm

Hi my name is Kev from uk I have just purchased a gilera rrt125 i think any information about the carb as mine is missing would be helpful
also should it have a oil pump and tank or can it be run on premix if so how much oil should be added to fuel

regards kev

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Re: English speaking Gileristi are welcome!

Postby hahne » Tue Oct 04, 2011 11:11 am

First: RRT was my first Gilera, 15 years ago!!-

Carb is 28 dellorto,(better where 30 or 32!!) Oil-pumps I have, new! Oil-tank: do you have a
Part-No. ?? ....othersides: you can take anyone you can fitted!

I think I have some used parts of RRT

By more questions: hahne.power@t-online.de

Visit my page: www.hahne-power.de

Bye Gottfried

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Re: English speaking Gileristi are welcome!

Postby Vlado » Fri Nov 04, 2011 11:03 am

Hi, I am Vlado and here is the story of my Gilera. I bought it back in 1991 and restored it to my best ability and limited access to parts, services, etc. In year 2000, I lost it. It is a long and personal affair. A couple of days ago, I managed to recover it! Now I am committed to restore it once again and keep it forever. However, I need to identify the model/year first. I think that the bike is 1958 175 cc Gilera Sport. Tried to confirm it with http://www.registrostoricogilera.org/, but their email is not active - I get the message <segreteria@registrostoricogilera.org>:
user is over quota.
Can somebody help me to identify the bike? the chassis is 189 3317. I also attach a picture of the bike in present condition - not great!
Vlado
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Looking for Saturno 500 Bialbero

Postby Ducatisash » Mon Nov 14, 2011 5:53 am

Hello....
Hope that everyone in the Gilera community is well!
I am on the search for a clean Saturno 500 Bialbero '88-99.
I might consider a 350, but would prefer a 500.
I live in California, but am willing to purchase from abroad.
Can anyone give me some direction other then the usual Ebay, Craigslist, etc.
I recently missed one at auction and have not been able to contact seller.
Someone has to know someone that has one in the staple that they no longer want...
I know she's out there....
Please help a brother out!
-Sasha

Sasher@aol.com


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