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Re: English speaking Gileristi are welcome!

Post by Weed » Wed Nov 30, 2016 11:16 am

Thank you all for your wishes. Yes it is an interesting experience chasing down the CX parts. I have been in contact with Bob but unfortunately he works on a different time scale to the rest of us. :D
I have seen the Airtech site & it is handy to know but the body work I have is ok & I am mainly looking for cycle parts.
thanks for your suggestions

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Re: English speaking Gileristi are welcome!

Post by ir_joep » Sun Dec 19, 2021 6:29 pm

Hi,

My name is Joep and I live in Haarlem in the Netherlands. This weekend I bought an Saturno 500 from 1988. I’m super happy, but before I will ride it. I will do some checks and maintenance.

Looking forward learn all what you know about these bikes

Cheers Joep

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Re: English speaking Gileristi are welcome!

Post by Joachim » Sun Dec 19, 2021 6:58 pm

check the timing belt, better replace it :)
You will need a flywheel puller which is available from Buzzetti

Buzzetti M35X1,5 ROTAX
Artikel Nr.: BZ5340

If your engine ist the original 500ccm one and not a 600ccm :)
If you need a guide....

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Re: English speaking Gileristi are welcome!

Post by Whiterabbit » Wed Mar 08, 2023 10:43 pm

hi new to gilera bikes just got this 250 need help with model and where I could locate the vin
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Re: English speaking Gileristi are welcome!

Post by Joachim » Fri Mar 10, 2023 9:18 pm

shure this has 250ccm?
Im not used to this 60s Gileras.
But for me it looks smaller ;)

The VIN usually is located somewhere on the steering head
Mabe you will have to remove the fuel tank to find it

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