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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 06-09-2019, 08:16 PM Thread Starter
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Hey guys. Will be picking up my 910s. Tomorrow. It’s a 2006 with 8200 miles. Where do you guys buy your parts? I hear some parts are hard to find or take a while to get. Anything I should at to swap out? It’s pretty damn hot and humid down here. I read that a member sells reprogrammed ECUs that switches the fans on at a lower temp. Is he still doing it? Thanks and I look forward to searching this forum for info!
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Welcome to the family !!! The 910 is a great bike.

Yours has the 1.6M ECU. You should contact Adam (Merc07) about a new chip. He's the man.

Before you find out the hard way, give your headlight glass a firm tug. Be very very careful not to drop it when it pops off into your hands.!!! Now glue it back on with some serious adhesive (a search of the forum will give you some ideas).

Generally speaking, parts aren't as big a problem as some think....unless it is cosmetic stuff. And the bikes are very reliable if given proper routine maintenance.

You may want to look at your SPU (the relay/fuse box) and see if it has been replaced. This was a well known problem area, and is one f those hard to get parts. Again, a search on the forum will yield much info.

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How would I be able to tell if the SPU was replaced? Was it a recall?
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How would I be able to tell if the SPU was replaced? Was it a recall?
Welcome.

The SPU is the Service Power Unit. It is the fuse box and it contains all of the major relays for your bike. The early ones were prone to failure.

At the top of each forum section are some "sticky" threads. This one: https://www.mvagusta.net/forum/13-br...di-thread.html is pertinent to the SPU issues and outlines what to look for.
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Well I got the old girl to the warehouse. I am looking at swapping the bars soon. The poor bike had way too much oil in it so I am replacing it with Motul 7100 10w60. So far love the bike. I am pretty used to the immediate power of my RC51 but I am sure I will fall into this bike power band. Do they sell carbon tail sections?
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Do they sell carbon tail sections?
Yes...lot's of carbon bits and pieces are/were made for your bike. That said...it's been a while so availability may be a problem.

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Yes...lot's of carbon bits and pieces are/were made for your bike. That said...it's been a while so availability may be a problem.
Marietta? We have an office in Marietta and I have a house in Dahlonega. Good riding roads!
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