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Anyone have a spare gearbox selector plate for sale? Black wrinkle finish to suit a 2002 manufactured bike. I cracked mine while refitting it to fix leak after fitting new spring.

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Rob

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13 minutes ago, O2 V11 said:

Anyone have a spare gearbox selector plate for sale? Black wrinkle finish to suit a 2002 manufactured bike. I cracked mine while refitting it to fix leak after fitting new spring.

Thanks,

Rob

02 was a changeover from the old style plate with the roll pin over travel stop for the ratchet arm to the eccentric adjustable stop. Does your plate have a 10mm nut on the external side about half way up on the rear edge? If so its the later style 01 20 16 41 plate.

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Thanks Lucky Phil, mine has the roll pin so that makes it the earlier styled one not sure of the part number.

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On 2/26/2020 at 7:28 PM, O2 V11 said:

Anyone have a spare gearbox selector plate for sale? Black wrinkle finish to suit a 2002 manufactured bike. I cracked mine while refitting it to fix leak after fitting new spring.

Thanks, Rob

Rob, I bought an improved side plate for my bike, which has an eccentric adjuster and banana link that Phil mentioned above.

See https://www.v11lemans.com/forums/index.php?/topic/19547-v11-shift-improvement/

and

https://www.v11lemans.com/forums/index.php?/topic/18571-trying-to-fix-broken-shifter-spring/&do=findComment&comment=202283

You can buy one here:  http://www.harpermoto.com/selector-kit-v11-973260900017.html

It has the black semi gloss paint finish, but it is hidden by the starter so it doesn't matter much.

Or you can have the one I take off my bike this winter, but that will be a couple of months away.

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DSCF3155.JPGMarty, thanks for the offer of your plate but hopefully mine is fixable. Here is the crack in my selector plate. What I shall attempt to do is a repair by using a Dremel type tool to open up the crack and then a JB Weld product something like their SteelStik to fill the crack.The plate's top edge is not cracked. Suggestions as to whether I am on the right track or not would be greatly appreciated. What prompted me to remove the plate was a leak for the second time after fitting a new improved selector spring.I used Cyberbond 7518 but this never set probably due to the surfaces not being cleaned properly. I wiped them but didn't use any degreaser solution to remove traces of oil on them. Either that or the sealer was past it used by date, I am  not really sure at all what went wrong.

Rob

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If it matters , what are you using as a gasket when you reinstall ? What caused the damage anyway ?

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