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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 02-19-2018, 04:44 PM Thread Starter
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tool kit ?

I am in the throws of doing my sprocket cush drives of which I ordered very easily through Moto corsa and I have just noticed that I don't have a tool kit with the bike and more importantly a c spanner to adjust the chain .. Do the mv come with a tool kit or should it have some sort of a tool kit ? .
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My 2016 Turismo came with a hook spanner, extension handle (for spanner) and 2 allen keys.
So far I'm about $500 into just tools, that I didn't have, including a pit bull rear wheel stand.
Looks like I will need a front stand too... another $200.

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In terms of tools, I only changed the torque wrench to my tool set to get one that can enter between the wheel and the swingarm to manage the two bolts to fix the excentric during chain adjustment. For the C-spanner, it is exactly the same as what you can find for Ducati and Triumph mono swingarms.
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My 2016 Turismo came with a hook spanner, extension handle (for spanner) and 2 allen keys.
So far I'm about $500 into just tools, that I didn't have, including a pit bull rear wheel stand.
Looks like I will need a front stand too... another $200.
. I have a couple of allen keys under the passenger seat !! but where was your c spanner fitted ?
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. I have a couple of allen keys under the passenger seat !! but where was your c spanner fitted ?
It was in a vinyl envelope away from the bike.
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It was in a vinyl envelope away from the bike.
I have the vinyl envelope but it has no c spanner !!
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The vinyl envelope is for the document holder also shown in the pic...you know, insurance, registration, etc.

The hub spanner and allen wrenches used to come in a small canvas tool roll, along with spare fuses and fuse puller. Maybe the bikes don't come with tool kits anymore??? I would think they should.

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When I got the bike, it was not new so I can't say how it was delivered, but I got with it
- the two allen and the fuse holder attached to the passenger seat
- the charger and the c-spanner in a box with the nylon enveloppe and a box with the manual and few MV Agusta stickers

The charger has been from that time repurposed as it is not Lithium ready.

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Like others, I got the c-spanner and extension in the plastic pouch. This was not on the bike as such but part of the package that came with it; owners handbook, service book, charger, stickers, USB memory stick etc.

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It's sounding as if like most 'benefits' provided by manufacturers, MV might have 'economised' on its later models. I was fortunate to score the original tool kit with my recent purchase of 2007 F4:
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