Featured T595

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  1. Ivor

    Ivor Well-Known Member

    Jul 4, 2019
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    Hi all , Here's my T595, it's in a bit of a sorry state i'm afraid , one of the clutch gears threw a tooth and jammed up in some other bit of gear wheel trickery ,i took it all apart and then took it all apart some more... then moved house. So not much progress in the last few years. just gathering all the bits back together , ready for rebuild … enjoy my fumblings with the spanners :)

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  2. freck

    freck Senior Member
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    Look forward to seeing your progress on the rebuild. :grinning:
    I’ve had my Daytona 955 to bits quite a bit to sort out the bodges of the previous owners, but she’s up and running and back on the road again. :grinning:
     
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  3. MrOrange

    MrOrange There is no good cop!
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    Looks like fun. Good luck with that, and please share your progress. We all enjoy a good rebuild. :cool:
     
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  4. Ian Dawson

    Ian Dawson Member

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    hiya Freck, don't mean to be rude and hi-jack your post , but i saw Daytona 995 and in bits, and had to ask about those quick release connector things on the fuel tank I've heard that they snap easily have you found that so as I need to take the tank off mine . Thanks Ian. .
     
  5. Ian Dawson

    Ian Dawson Member

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    Hope its an enjoyable rebuild for you it'll feel nice to be starting her up again..
     
  6. Bad Billy

    Bad Billy Baddest Member
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    Good luck, it's only nuts and bolts ... what could possible go wrong! :eek:
     
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  7. freck

    freck Senior Member
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    Hi Ian, if you’ve still got the plastic ones then yes they will break eventually.
    The metal ones you want are 1/4 BSPT fittings made by CPC, I got mine from Tom Parker in Preston.
     
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  8. Ian Dawson

    Ian Dawson Member

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    that's great freck for the advice I know where to look now
     
  9. Ivor

    Ivor Well-Known Member

    Jul 4, 2019
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    hi frek, my connectors came out ok , just squeeze the metal clip inwards and it should pop out ok when you pull it. But I had trouble when I was refitting them once as I didn't squeeze the metal clip in enough and as I pushed the connector back in to the tank it shaved a slice off the clip O ring , which didn't come to light until I put it all back together and filled it with petrol … then drip drip drip … took me a while to track it down
     
  10. freck

    freck Senior Member
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    Yep, it’s very common to nick the O rings when connecting the hoses back up.
    I always keep some spares handy. ;)
     
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  11. Ivor

    Ivor Well-Known Member

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    Cleaned the forks up and gave them some new fork oil - frame off to the powder coaters ..

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