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1973 125 Arcore recommissioning 2 months 2 weeks ago #8114

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Thanks, handy to see the part numbers. I think mine was a 3600 but the 10854 would fit better - but that would blow the budget wouldn't it! You can get just the adjuster screws alone from scooter suppliers it's a standard M5 x 0.8 thread. But that bend had been sitting in it's box for years and needed to get back into the action and I need the practice.

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1973 125 Arcore recommissioning 2 months 2 weeks ago #8115

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I always picture the Arcore and other little Italian bikes with external spin on filters with a Blue UFI filter. UFI filters are black these days but some Bosch ones are blue. Not quite the correct colour but it'll do Part no P3139

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1973 125 Arcore recommissioning 2 months 2 weeks ago #8116

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Super Pratic throttle repaired. It still had the friction stop and grip washer in place. I have never seen the washer before.



Repro cover fitted I think Brezzi Randellini make these. Not as nice as the nickel plated brass originals.

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1973 125 Arcore recommissioning 2 months 2 weeks ago #8117

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Clutch mechanism

Push rod in good shape



Mechanism cleaned up and new inner cable made. I could not resist reusing the bicycle spoke nipple that some old bodger had fitted at the engine end. I wondered where the split pin was to hold the pivot in place until I mounted the mechanism on the engine. The engine case keeps the pin in place on the right hand side which is nice.

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1973 125 Arcore recommissioning 2 months 2 weeks ago #8118

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"Rectifier"



No normal diode behaviour so I took the diode out.



Going to try to identify it but the markings don't show that it is a zener. Looks like its made by TS and there's a number 100. The diode symbol indicates the case is the cathode.



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1973 125 Arcore recommissioning 2 months 2 weeks ago #8119

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Aprilia light switch

New lower rocker plastic bit 3d printed. The pivot is still slightly loose unfortunately so I'll tell the owner to choose a position and leave it there until it we can spend more time on it.

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