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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 01-26-2018, 10:20 PM Thread Starter
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MV 175 Parts - needed

If anyone runs across parts bikes or random MV 175 parts, whole or part motors, I'd appreciate hearing about anything at all that might be for sale. Thanks!

Specifically my bikes need the following items:

- Sport cylinder head and cam block w cam, any year
- upper triple clamp 1953-1956
- 1957 Sport front or rear fenders

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Hi Ivan,

I'm also looking for almost the same parts now for some years and for some valve rockers too.

I'm thinking about remaking the cylinder head. If I know if it will work and how much it will cost, I will post it here.

Probably I have some engine parts from CSTL.


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I'm also looking for almost the same parts now for some years and for some valve rockers too.
I'm thinking about remaking the cylinder head. If I know if it will work and how much it will cost, I will post it here.
Regards
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Alexander,
The valve rockers and head are likely available in Italy.

If you want to make a new head that's great! Consider improving the valve angles and using conventional coil valve springs. Perhaps 4 valves using rockers from a modern bike. It might be done without changing the external appearance of the head. I would want to buy one!


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Now, I'sent it to a metal foudry and asked them for making an offer. They have to construct a casting mould too and I'm very excited, if it works and how much it will cost. It is a little adventure.

Thanks for your intrest.

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Alexander, Any more word on the new cylinder head casting?


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post #7 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-19-2018, 11:37 AM
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Hi Ivan,


I had to wait a long time for an offer. Few wweks ago they sent it to me and zold me the cost for the casting mould are about 4000 EUR and the cast for itself about 400 EUR per piece. Now I will ask the cost of the machining. But I think it will be too expensive, so nobody would buy one.


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