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Superseded CCT?

Bought this from fast by ferracci a while ago and just opened the box now. Does this look correct? This was the part description on their site.

MV Agusta - Cam Tension Superseded new latest code 8000A5199 × 1
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Looks like a cam chain tensioner. The original had a thin area where the pawl pivoting pin went through. That area was prone to breaking and rendering the pawl unable to lock on the plunger ratchet. New ones were much beefier. This one looks beefy.

But it also doesn't look like others I have seen.... The circlip and inner workings is unfamiliar....but all CCTs work in a similar fashion. More detail photos of the plunger/pawl ???

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Isn't that the MANUAL CCT?

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Looks like a cam chain tensioner. The original had a thin area where the pawl pivoting pin went through. That area was prone to breaking and rendering the pawl unable to lock on the plunger ratchet. New ones were much beefier. This one looks beefy.

But it also doesn't look like others I have seen.... The circlip and inner workings is unfamiliar....but all CCTs work in a similar fashion. More detail photos of the plunger/pawl ???

WYSIWYG, it's different than the ones I'm used to as there is no way to manually release or tighten by hand.

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Isn't that the MANUAL CCT?

I've never seen a manual cct so I'll look now, thanks.

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It's the same part # as the one in this pic but doesn't look exactly like it. https://www.mvagusta.net/forum/16-ge...ml#post1809754

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Isn't that the MANUAL CCT?



It's the same part # as the one in this pic but doesn't look exactly like it. https://www.mvagusta.net/forum/16-ge...ml#post1809754
Nope its different, Its not manual I still have not figured out how it works. When you remove the screw there is a strange mechanism that you turn with the tool provided. This seems to release the internal spring tension. Thereby compressing the tensioner. Here are pics for your thoughts. No O-Ring.
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Triumph uses this type from the looks of it. The racheting is done via an internal c clip against a stepped body.

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Triumph uses this type from the looks of it. The racheting is done via an internal c clip against a stepped body.
Hmm so how do you adjust it? I check to see if it fits when I get back to work on the bike.

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It's self adjusting like pretty much all cct. Some have a spring that pushes and the ratchet prevents it from retracting to far. Some have oil pressure apply that pressure. It's difficult to explain unless it's in your hand. Basically you assemble it with plunger fully retracted and it'll stay that way until it releases. You release it after it is installed by turning the crank a few times. It releases similar to a clicking ink pen.

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