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About Onibaka

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  • Birthday 10/12/1988

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    V11 Sport '02
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    Minsk, Belarus

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    Minsk, Belarus
  1. Onibaka

    Onibaka

  2. I chacged the back light (by examples on the furum)
  3. http://www.r1200c.de/anleitungen/led-hauptscheinwerfer2/index.html
  4. I was replacing the breather hose to a new one. I'm sure that I have leaks of exactly gear oil. Also I checked those two bolts, they do not leak. Since the gearbox is now removed, I'll try to replace the oil seals and reseal with sealant. After that I'll see if there will be new leaks. It seems to me that one of the main leaks comes from the vent. Probably there was more oil than necessary or should i consider to change the oil.
  5. I use Eni Rotra MP 80W90 (mineral)
  6. Hello! I need your advise, please. During one of my rides i found out that oil is leaking heavily from the rear drive. About 300 km remained till the house, so i had to pour oil along the way. Later on the way i started filling blows in the back and crunching while driving (when pressing lever clutch). Firts, i thought that the problem was with one of the ball bearings, but overall motocycle was riding as usual. When i was at home, i took off the rear drive, the shaft was swaying (playing). I will replace the bearings (14, 22 on the schema) and the oil seal (17) that was leaking. But i am not sure, that the blows and the cruching were provoked by the bearing (the bearing did not seem to have any defects). After I decided to drain the oil from the gearbox, and I found that the oil was very dirty (although it was cleaner at the last replacement) and there is metal dust on the magnetic plug. I suppose that there is some friction in the gearbox. I took off the gearbox, but on preliminary inspection I have not found out shafts gap or anything. And here i am thinking if it is worth to disassemble further and get the shafts with gears to find something that could provoke the oil dirtiness or simply to replace something for prevention measures? Or maybe it is normal for V11? At the same time, I decided to eliminate all possible leaks, because I have the box all the time wet (from all sides) but i cannot find where from it is leaking. I have found an instruction to eliminate leaks, but except the 2-b point there (about bolts), i did not understood what is ment there, just in general. Can anyone in the diagram indicate with arrows what places of the box are mentioned there? I found another useful, closed topic http://www.v11lemans.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=20021
  7. Hello,in my case jerking suddenly started at any moment when the engine was working.
  8. I found this topic, it looked like there was a similar problem, but I did not understand (translation problem) what exactly helped to solve it? Replacement of relay? I changed all the relays a few years ago to new ones, so I tried to swap them. Visually, all the wires are intact, the problem is that the pump does not work just on the road, when I am in the garage, and when I have a toolkit and a place to check, the motorcycle works properly. I read a message from Kiwi_Roy, but I'm afraid I understood only partly (using google translator).
  9. Hello! This season I have a problem with my motorcycle. From time to time, the fuel pump stops working. It just stops pumping (no buzz). It can happen right on the go, or maybe after a stop. The pump does not respond for 3-10 minutes (at this time I pull the fuses, contacts and relay in an attempt to understand what happened), and then it starts. After that, it can work for 5-15 minutes and then stops pumping again, and can work without interruptions for several weeks until it starts to fail again. I cannot understand what the problem may be. I had it once, a couple of years ago, when I did the synchronization and the motor got too hot, I also could not start the motorcycle until it cooled down. I think that maybe some sensor (for example, an air temperature sensor) gives wrong information to the CPU and it does not let start the motorcycle (CPU turns off the pump)? The ground wire looks reliable, but after the appearance of the described problem I have not checked it. All other electronic systems work properly. Any ideas? Thank you in advance!
  10. http://www.v11lemans.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=18405#entry196168
  11. Thank you for your advice! Yes, the swing arm was removed before, unfortunately before dismantling I didn't note the original size of swing arm alignment. I tried to align it approximately and it drove better afterwards. Maybe you can advise how I can align it more accurately?
  12. OMG! My browser has translated the message before sending The rear wheel bearings were recently changed. I checked the front ones when I put off the wheels, they were totally fine. I was advised that probably because of the fall the fixed forks rotated in triple tress. Will ckeck it when possible. It is in the loosest one, but this Shyndy is tighter than the original bitubo My browser has translated the message before sending
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