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post #61 of 74 (permalink) Old 03-04-2018, 09:39 PM
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No part number or box or MV label but I am assured that this is the latest part.

There is a good thread on this forum on Sprag Replacement.
Start with a good battery, Yuasa AGM or Shorai lithium.
Good luck with the repairs.
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Startwin, I believe, are usa based. They have a good rep.

The latest ecu map works in conjunction with the new sprag to finally resolve the issue. Ecu updates should be free, but your local dealer sounds crappy.
Understatement of the year here?. I was told that I may be able to remove the ecu and send directly to MV USA for a flash and instal of the latest map. I have seen star twin here and has been recommend before. I appreciate this info. These are the kind of comments that are helpful. Thanks.

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No part number or box or MV label but I am assured that this is the latest part.

There is a good thread on this forum on Sprag Replacement.
Start with a good battery, Yuasa AGM or Shorai lithium.
Good luck with the repairs.
Replaced battery with a Shorai as soon as symptoms started. Unfortunately it seems like issues had begun with this bike before I made the purchase. I appreciate these two posts. They are some of the most helpful to date.

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It becomes a amusing topic, ongoing since sept2017. My advice @BRM: Get a sprag asap, before the riding season starts and the thing goes backorder, or you plan to miss another riding season ?

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Got a new sprag installed. Put in new plugs, valve cover gasket and O-rings for coils and bolts. Also installing a new air filter, doing an oil and filter change. Found a nasty oil leak hiding behind the frame and front of the motor that ran all the way down and was coming down and out on the bottom of the motor and running out along the motorcycle stand. Point being I may have never found this leak had I just let someone else work on my bike. I have had into two separate shops and tried to take it into a third before I finally said f it and decided to just buy parts and install myself vs. dealing with MV and their crippled warranty and service departments. Anyway, my bike was torn apart at a dealership. I started disassembling by taking off the throttle body, wiring harness, starter and starting gears. Then installed new starting gear, starting gear cover, starter, and throttle body. I am stuck trying to find where this wire goes. I took several pics but may need to take more. Thanks to this thread and several others for all the helpful info and kind members on this forum. A special thanks to airjawed for taking interest and pointing me in the right direction for parts and doing the work myself. Thanks again to everyone for the helpful comments and useful information. The first pic is the starter. The second is the starting gear with defective sprag clutch assembly. The third is the leak from the o-ring for the bolt on the valve cover. The fourth is carbon build up on the bottom of the throttle body. Fifth is the burned spark plugs. All three were horrible and I just had them changed last year and haven’t rode since September. Sixth, seventh and eight pics are the differences between the two starting gears. The rest of the pics are of the wire I am having trouble with. It comes off of the left hand side of the bike and runs up under the frame and by the starter and starter gear cover. Any and all info is appreciated.
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Crank angle sensor. Female part is on the right hand side of the bike behind the fuse panel.
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Crank angle sensor. Female part is on the right hand side of the bike behind the fuse panel.

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Good to see the progress! A little carbon build up never hurt anyone. Can just use some throttle body cleaner and try and get quality gas.

Use new orings on the valve cover gasket and that leak will go away. Also, make sure to use a little silicon in the 'corners' when putting that cover back on. Its in the manual where a little dab needs to go. Same as many valve cover gasket jobs.... the corners usually call for a dab.

That connector is critical! I tried to compare to some pics I took but I didn't have that connector in any of mine. Good thing Suzie rescued you... she, sir is a gentleman and a scholar!

Hope you were able to get some parts locally and some from Italy like we talked. You'll be back on the road in no time. Let us know how we can help!

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Thank you sir.
Suzie is very knowledgeable, and certainly not a "sir"! [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/thewife.gif[/IMG]
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