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Nordwest 600 9 years 6 months ago #721

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I own a Gilera Nordwest 94 and looking for a brake lever, there is a bike that has the same kind of lever? And the work is not revs dont have the manual help anyone.

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Tiagus

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Re: Nordwest 600 9 years 6 months ago #722

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Hi Tiagus,
It is good to hear from another Nordie owner.
I'm sure you will get a brake lever from Bob Wright in the UK, there is a link to his shop address on the website, also you can download a Nordwest manual from this site.
Lucky for me I can find a small foundry here in Africa who will cast a brake lever and other small parts very cheaply.
John

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Re: Nordwest 600 9 years 6 months ago #724

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Maybe you will find something on 125ccm Aprilias or Moto Guzzis Quota.
As i know they share the same Grimeca calipers, so it could be possible that the pump is also the same. So the lever should fit. But maybe it looks a little bit different.

Good luck ,Joachim

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Re: Nordwest 600 9 years 6 months ago #725

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Hi Tiagus,

As Kano Nordi says Bob Wright probably has them in stock. I had to get one from him following a hill climb 'incident' but that was 10 years ago to be fair.

As Joachim says the lever and master cylinder almost certainly are used on other Italian bikes of the same era.

Good luck with the hunt.
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Re: Nordwest 600 9 years 6 months ago #726

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Hi Tagus

If it's the front brake lever that you require Gilera fitted the exact same master cylinder assembly (including the lever) to the 125 Apache and Freestyle models.

Leigh

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Re: Nordwest 600 9 years 6 months ago #727

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Thanks I ordered the importer of Gilera of Portugal one lever will cost 42 euros and takes 9 days to arrive but that's okay,

now I have another problem is much oil is coming out of the air filter housing to the arm of the suspension I think is not normal, I know that the vent goes into the engine air cleaner box but it should not fill the floor of oil?
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