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Important to work on engine!

Post by Marco Dallabrida » Sat Nov 13, 2004 11:14 am

To take out the "wheel or the eletric generator" ("volano" in italian lenguage, I don't know it's name in english), if you can't have its dedicated tool, you can use the same tool of the Suzuki Burgman 250/400(with "Denso" eletric sistem). :D
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Post by Guest » Sat Nov 13, 2004 6:47 pm

Hello Marco,
In France, We didn't know the SUZUKI BURGMAN.
But I have this dedicated tool for my own use and I can give the dimensions if someone want.
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Re: Important to work on engine!

Post by Joachim » Tue Nov 16, 2004 10:40 am

Marco Dallabrida wrote:... I don't know it's name in english), if you can't have its dedicated tool, you can use the same tool of the Suzuki Burgman 250/400(with "Denso" eletric sistem). :D
Flywheel is the name of the part and the tool to 'pull' it out is a flywheel-puller :lol:
Nice to here that there is another alternative part(tool)
Did you know about the price of the Suzuki puller?
I did sell pullers for the cost of my own, which is 40 Euro inkl shipping in Germany!. If the Sushi part is cheaper.....

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Post by Marco Dallabrida » Tue Nov 16, 2004 11:08 am

In Italy there is a builder of that tool it's name is "Buzzetti"
look at this
http://www.buzzetti.com/Italy/estrattori/esterno.htm
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Post by Joachim » Tue Nov 16, 2004 1:38 pm

Marco Dallabrida wrote:In Italy there is a builder of that tool it's name is "Buzzetti"
AFAIk they didn't have something with M35x1,5 (350 and 500ccm) or M38x1,5 (600ccm) thread. :cry:
Maybe you as an italian could better find it :lol:

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Post by Seb » Mon Nov 22, 2004 8:59 pm

Anonymous wrote:
Joachim wrote:
Marco Dallabrida wrote:In Italy there is a builder of that tool it's name is "Buzzetti"
AFAIk they didn't have something with M35x1,5 (350 and 500ccm) or M38x1,5 (600ccm) thread. :cry:
Maybe you as an italian could better find it :lol:

ciao Joachim
il est facile de fabriquer un arrache volant magnetique pour les 600 Nordwest avec le filetage d'echappement d'un cylindre de Motobecane 99Z (c'est du M38 pas de 1.5)

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Re: tool

Post by Joachim » Mon Nov 22, 2004 9:30 pm

Seb wrote: il est facile de fabriquer un arrache volant magnetique pour les 600 Nordwest avec le filetage d'echappement d'un cylindre de Motobecane 99Z (c'est du M38 pas de 1.5)
Sam in english please :wink:

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Re: tool

Post by gileramad » Tue Nov 23, 2004 12:03 am

Joachim wrote:
Seb wrote: il est facile de fabriquer un arrache volant magnetique pour les 600 Nordwest avec le filetage d'echappement d'un cylindre de Motobecane 99Z (c'est du M38 pas de 1.5)
Sam in english please :wink:

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He is Seb NOT Sam ;)

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Re: tool

Post by Joachim » Tue Nov 23, 2004 10:35 am

gileramad wrote: He is Seb NOT Sam ;)
of course.... but Sam is the one who could also speak in english and in french :lol:
So might be he could translate. Don't know if Seb could speak english :cry:

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Post by hahne » Tue Nov 23, 2004 10:52 am

The same problem by me; I`m able to speak english, a litte bits italian, netherlands ....but no any french!!!!!! By Gottfried, ..... there comes daily a lot of mails in french language, ... and I am not able to understand it!!!!

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Post by Samuel » Tue Nov 23, 2004 7:14 pm

Alors, voici la traduction en anglais / Here the translation to english:

Seb just says that you have to take a thread of M38 instead of M35 or 1.5.

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