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What is the part number of the Scura/Tenni flywheel

Parts marked "LMT-S" (LeMans Tenni/Scura) 2001-2002:

Clutch cpl. GU 01080140

Clutch disc GU 01084440

Disc GU 01081940

Belleville spring GU 01084040

Flywheel GU 01067040 (Standard 2-disc flywheel cpl. "LM-SN" GU 04067000, LeMans/SportNaked)

Chain ring cpl. GU 01068040

Pin GU 01067540

Spacer GU 01067640

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I had a used RM alm flywheel in my hands this past summer. It had no markings on it and looked, from what I can tell, exactly like the oem alm one in the photo provided by Scud. It had no damage, but appeared to have tiny casting flaws that 'could' develop into something. The flaws were on the outer rim area, not the center as most fractures.

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What is the part number of the Scura/Tenni flywheel

Parts marked "LMT-S" (LeMans Tenni/Scura) 2001-2002:

Clutch cpl. GU 01080140

Clutch disc GU 01084440

Disc GU 01081940

Belleville spring GU 01084040

Flywheel GU 01067040 (Standard 2-disc flywheel cpl. "LM-SN" GU 04067000, LeMans/SportNaked)

Chain ring cpl. GU 01068040

Pin GU 01067540

Spacer GU 01067640

 

Thanks, Camn! :thumbsup:

So the part number for the Tenni/Scura flywheel and the earlier Rosso Mandello are the same:  GU 01 06 70 40

 

This is not to say that they may have been sourced differently, but only that the part number is the same.

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Scura 2002, loud noise at 25000km, getting more strange and louder at 32000km last year, made an appointment at the garage, on the way on the highway: suddenly no clutch/power transmission at around 100km/h, downshift hardly possible, no neutral found while hard breaking, so motor starved. Diagnosis: flywheel broke - expensive but survived :-)

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That survived word is good.. it's really nothing to take for granted when a mechanical failure occurs on a motor bike. Trust me on this..

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Glad you're safe Hayo. Sorry for the bike failure. Welcome to the forum. Lots of pertinent info on here. Was the motor bell housing damaged?

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Glad you're safe Hayo. Sorry for the bike failure. Welcome to the forum. Lots of pertinent info on here. Was the motor bell housing damaged?

No fortunately not, garage people call me the „Lucky Guy“ now .

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Just see this now.  Scura, 401    A bit late to count, I had an exploding flywheel bike. Gearbox and engine were seperated, engine kept its place with front engine mount and the low mounts under the swingarm.  

It got a new engine and gearbox from factory, under warranty.  7100km old. 

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Uhggg :vomit:

 

thats probably the lowest mile fail I'm aware of. Sooo glad mine is outa there.

 

 

 

 

curious.. what flywheel/clutch did they replace it with?

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I was having different shifting woes, like the clutch wasn't fully disengaging and putting drag on the gear box making it hard to downshift without blipping the throttle. Bled the clutch and changed the springs in the gear box and fresh gear oil didn't make a difference so I assumed a warped bit of clutch somewhere. 2001 Rosso Mandello with 32000kms on it. No sign of cracking or damage on the alloy freewheel. I replaced it with the 5spd RAM clutch (6 speed no longer available when I did it, but essentially the same thing)  and it has worked great over 2000kms, all shifting problems are gone. 

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Hi Craig, sorry for the double whammy...could you post here the link to the 5 speed RAM you have installed and if you had any adjustment made?

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Hi Craig, sorry for the double whammy...could you post here the link to the 5 speed RAM you have installed and if you had any adjustment made?

I see craigsinclair has not logged in here for a couple months. Maybe his post in his thread, "Shifting woes . . .", will help:

 

https://www.v11lemans.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=19621&p=218685

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