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post #41 of 53 (permalink) Old 08-19-2019, 06:05 PM Thread Starter
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I have inquired of MV Agusta USA about the availability of a part number manual with diagrams of the assemblies. According to Michael, no such thing exists that can be sent via email. Makes me wonder as to how the dealers figure it out. Anyway, I was told to do an online search. I have not been able to find SCS part numbers. Anyone have any idea who might have something like this?
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The dealers see it in the proprietary on-line portal to MV Agusta factory....where they order parts, submit warranty, register units sold etc.

Have you looked at parts catalogs at StarTwin or other on-line stores?

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Hello @Sebraun,

Friday I will see my dealer
I already mentioned to him that there are some "interesting" developments
with regards to the SCS
He was going to look into things
I will see and try to extract whatever information
What parts in specific are you looking at?

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The Service Bulletin recommends replacing the 'lined clutch disks' and the 'expansion disk' within a certain time period. I would like to have those parts on hand.
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Hello @Sebraun,

Ok, thanks
I will try to get hold of that information coming Friday

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Prices from Moto Corsa

The lined clutch disks, quantity 10 are Item 27 part number 8000C5733 listed at 27.90 plus VAT (33.48). I'm not sure if this is the price for the entire pack or each. This, however, is MV Agusta and I suspect each.

The expansion disk (Rekluse EXP) is Item 21 part number 8000C5763 listed at 511.40 plus VAT (613.68). Apparently, this thing consists of many individual pieces.

More than I want to spend...

The new plan is to ride the bike the 1200 miles or so to the dealer in So. Cal. and drop the bike off there. Have them take their time to fix it. Spend a few days with family. Get the Moto Guzzi Breva down there ready for the return trip.

Everyone should have motorcycles stashed all over the country.
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Hello @Sebraun,

Great you already got the information
Thank you again for sharing all this
Thanks also for the idea to have bikes parked in places, in support
of enjoying an MV
Friday however, I will learn how to travel by train and buses (its 1000 Km Service)

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You are reading my mind. I just discovered a very inexpensive fare on the west coast train here, Amtrak. I may just take that back to Washington and retrieve my bike in mid October when I pack up and escape the snow here.
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Hello @Sebraun,

Picked up my SCS from the 1000 Km service
Believe me, using a train is not too bad at all
My dealer also ordered the basket sleeves; availability not
a problem and I took them home
BUT, the cost is beyond any decency
It is an unbelievable 143 Euro !!!

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So I managed to get a sleeve kit and the clutch adjustment tool. The two items together cost US$195.00. The tool being only $21.00. That is the extent of the good news.

The not-so-good news is that I cannot get the SCS serviced here in the Northwest in a reasonable period of time. The prevailing opinion is that the SCS should work even if the sleeves are worn. The culprit could be the EXP or the clutch pack. The US dealer will not order any additional parts until he has the bike and disassembles it and sees what is wrong. The Canadian dealer has ordered the parts but has no idea where they are.

Since no MV Agusta dealer here on the West Coast that I know of has ever taken an SCS apart and apparently no-one even knows how they work, I don't want to take the chance that this machine is going to be sidelined at the dealer's repair shop for a few months.

I am departing the Northwest in 10 days for Southern California. I will be there until next May sometime. The weather here is quite wet and will continue for a few weeks. My plan to ride the bike this week to the So. Cal. dealer is officially cancelled.

The new plan is to put the bike into storage until next April, ride back with whatever motorcycle that I trade my BMW F800GT for and ride the TVL back to California, dump it off at the Orange County dealer and hope for the best. It would be a very nice spring ride.

It appears that the Pacific Northwest might not be the best place to leave this bike.
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