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post #1 of 47 (permalink) Old 01-15-2008, 07:16 PM Thread Starter
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Re Valve 50mm fork????

Has Anyone here revalve there 50mm forks and change a after market springs?????
Anyone Know where i can get racetech gold Valve???? do they make them at all????
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post #2 of 47 (permalink) Old 01-15-2008, 08:43 PM
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Phil, Did you try calling Dynotime ?

They did the Eibach springs etc for my 600RR, although MV may be too much for them.

Otherwise I would speak to the work shop at Moto Arena on the gold coast....they assist the race teams and would be able to help.

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Race Tech did some Gold Valves for my 2000 F4 (Showas). They hadn't seen any before, but were willing to do the R&D on my set. They worked beautifully right out of the box.

I read some time back that someone here was sending his Marzocchis to them. I'd call them directly and see what they say. The MV will be low volume regardless, so might not make the catalogs.

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Hey broms, Dynotime doesn`t wanna know anything about it!! its hard to find any parts for the MV
( in Perth )..
If u can speak to Moto Arena for me!!! that would be Great!!! Thanks Broms
Yeah Racetech is not doin any valve for the MV 50mm... like u said its a Low Volume..
SUKKKKSS!!!!
Marzocchi is abit too soft for my liking!!!
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Too soft!!! your joking right!!!
I found it way too hard for my weight for fast twisty street riding.

Aftermarket parts does not exist (or bloody hard to get my hand on them in Aussie). I changed to a lighter oil weight instead of trying to get parts that no one carries.

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Hey broms, Dynotime doesn`t wanna know anything about it!! its hard to find any parts for the MV
( in Perth )..
If u can speak to Moto Arena for me!!! that would be Great!!! Thanks Broms
Yeah Racetech is not doin any valve for the MV 50mm... like u said its a Low Volume..
SUKKKKSS!!!!
Marzocchi is abit too soft for my liking!!!

Slow is smooth and smooth is fast!!
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If u can speak to Moto Arena for me!!! that would be Great!!! Thanks Broms
Will do...I need to let them know my fairing arrived back safely.

Minime, his front end is soft...I suspect there is something not 100% with it....

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Anyone know whats the factory weight oil use in the 50mm????

Thanks Broms for Everything!!!!
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post #8 of 47 (permalink) Old 01-16-2008, 12:58 AM
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Why do you need to re-valve the forks? There is a big positive argumentation about the front end of the MV! (http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/showthread.php?t=13858)


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F4S (MY04-05): 665cc, SAE 7,5

Why do you need to re-valve the forks? There is a big positive argumentation about the front end of the MV! (http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/showthread.php?t=13858)
Thanks, for that!! i just dont like the front end of the MV, been trying to adjust the 50mm around n its just not working for me!!!
this is my setting
front pre load 6.5 turns
rebound 7 clicks out
compression 3 clicks out

Got my self a pair of WP Spring kit!! Maybe run a bit thicker oil.
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post #10 of 47 (permalink) Old 01-16-2008, 09:38 AM
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Here is an option for you although I never read any reviews of it; please link to following website:
http://www.carpimoto.com/content/pro...occhi_Fork.htm
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