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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 08-15-2016, 08:44 PM Thread Starter
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Smile Has anyone ever tried to cross reference parts....

I don't know, maybe it is just me, but it is hard fir me to believe the tiny Italian company produced,by themselves, something like an engine bearing. I want to believe that they got a 'big 4' peice off the shelf and once they got rolling they just went to the source themselves. I am gonna see if any of the other clamshell are a direct match for the 07' 1000 cranks.

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I would bet they bought a catalog part....BUT, they may also have had a company build them to their specification, and are NOT a catalog item.

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I have had this issue with certain parts.MV have the parts made under license which make the parts unavailable to the public through MV suppliers.


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[QUOTE=silentservice703;2051194]Watch out for the Black Night...and when you get to the Bridge of Death, know your answer.



C'mon now. It's but a scratch. I have 3 other good cylinders, I'm fine. As peppy as an F3.........
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MV parts?
just off the top of my head....

I have hub parts.....MV doesn't sell them
we know the starter solenoid is the same as a Yamaha
oil pressure switch is a GM part
we have a part# for the Beru stick coils
the best oil filter (1st Gen) Purolator PL-14612
the other sensors should be available you just have to search
Öhlins shock springs work
HotCams has valve shim kits
starters are ND......keep the rear cover probably MV specific
alternator is ND car unit.....go to an automotive electrical shop
TPS sensors come from the HD dealer $40

if it says CRC on it...... probably dealer part


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post #7 of 13 (permalink) Old 08-19-2016, 06:39 PM Thread Starter
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Can we get a post it for this?? (Or is this already done??)
I just would like an easy way to quick reference stuff like Knurl (or whomever else) put up.

04' Suzuki gsxr 1000 bearing in route (it seemed like the logical choice due to engine performance type. Should this fail then also, then honda then yami.....)

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They have same crank journal OD, con-rod ID and width?....guess that should have been easy to figure out.

You know Suzuki has bearing kits for engine rebuilds with enough of all the thickness choices so you can plastigauge and select the right ones while building an engine without having to stop and order more parts.

The dealer can order the kit for a $500 deposit, with 60 day deferred billing, use what he needs, and return the kit for credit less the cost of what he used.

Maybe you could get your Suzuki dealer to get a kit for you??

By the way, none of the other manufacturers offer this.

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Hey 'Sq'z
I haven't measured any GSXR journals
I was just 'starting' with the GSXR bearing.
My logic was the GSXR had similar engine build to MV (this is solely based on engine performance), so I could swing the cost of one bearing to see if I am right or wrong .

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I can get you the specs if you want.

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