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Rolf Halvorsen

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About Rolf Halvorsen

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    V11 Sport Coppa Italia
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    Norway

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  1. Thank you for telling us. The only way to increase learning - is to know how things can go wrong. Rolf
  2. Air in the system makes the slave cylinder not move enough.
  3. What if you have got air in the hydraulick system? Bleed the system.
  4. Interested in the TITANIUM racing ECU. Send me a PM. Rolf
  5. Maybe some misunderstanding. I was mainly interested in the damaged kit seen on the top of this site.It was adverticed in 2008 - and I would be interested if the price was much lower. Rolf
  6. What is your price + try to find a cheap way of shipping. I am in no hurry. Rolf Halvorsen, Dalborgvegen 288, 2817 Gjøvik, Norway rolf.halvorsenATmail.com
  7. Do you still have these for sale? Rolf
  8. Looks not good - but it is how they made them. They are both correct. Rolf
  9. The basis is the SKF pipes for the KLM's (nuts) No. 3, 4 and 5. But they do not fit very well and are costly when you buy only 1. I have redesigned these + added the No: 2 which is maybe the most important together with No. 1. My special peg nuts pipe tools comes in 4 variations: 1 - (KM5) - For the crank peg nut on the 5-speed models + gearbox drive hub nut on the late 6-speed gearboxes from around 2006. 2 - For the 5-speed gearbox drive hub nut + the same nut on the first edition 6-speed gearboxes from around 1999-2005 3 - (KM3) - For one peg nut inside the first edition 6-speed gearboxes around 1999-2005. 4 - (KM4) - For another peg nut inside the first edition 6-speed gearboxes around 1999-2005. I have bought from the factory batches of 30-50 units, to get the unit price down. And I have 120 customers all over the world. (Yes I have still their names) But all things must end - so also for me. That is why I have decided to stop buying/selling these tools. I would be happy if someone would consider to take this further. I have no knowledge of similar tools from other producers. Rolf (In Norway with a special interest for V7 Sport)
  10. Just a small correction: I mean NUTS(PEG NUTS) and not SCREWS. I do not why I wrote screw. Rolf
  11. The screws we are talking about are: KM3, KM4 and KM5. All from the SKF factory. They are all used on the first edition of the 6-speed boxes for the V11 Sport. SKF also have the tools for these screws. But in my opinion they do not fit very well. My tools are made in the same Swedish company (Momento) - but according to my own drawings. The HUB screw for the 5-speed boxes are not a SKF standard. I have stopped selling these tools because of my age. If anybody would like to take over - give me a hoy (PM). Rolf
  12. A tip is to grease the bottom of the screw before entering, this way the high friction that kills the tab washer will diminish. Rolf
  13. The locking tabs are standard belonging to KLM 3, KLM 4 and KLM 5. KLM stans for "Kule Lager Mutter" (swedish company SKF). They should be available "everywhere". Lucky Phil: Buy the tools or lend from Pete? Rolf
  14. Remove the cable connector from the right cylinder temperature gauge - and put it back again. (No I am not joking.) The reason is that the resistance in the gauge is about 3KOhm when cold - reduced till about 0,3KOhm when warm. Corrosion in a bad contact surface (more resistance) can fool the ECU to think that the engine is colder that it really is - leading to feed more petrol than needed. Rolf
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