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 on: November 07, 2018, 08:21:55 am 
Started by WessexElectricNutter - Last post by BrianM
You have low voltage to the gearbox. Do as Anders said, check the electrical connector. I  think it just screws out/in. Listen for constant noise of blocked oil filter which causes gear change problems. Again, have a look at my old gbox post. Looking at my old post you will see corrosion in the gbox ecu socket. think it is in front of battery.

 on: November 03, 2018, 03:07:23 pm 
Started by murramor - Last post by TELBOY
Ths is the piece your after.PM your address and its yours. Let me know, but I cant post it till mid week.
I'll clean it and remove the screw (for posting)  Grin

 on: November 03, 2018, 07:51:55 am 
Started by murramor - Last post by northmurena
It´s a black plastic/rubber part. Appr. 20 mm in diameter and appr. 15mm long. With a hole where the nose from the cover is going in to hold it. Has a screw in the middle what will be screwed into the little hole in the  body ( right from your fuel-cap, in the corner )

 on: November 03, 2018, 07:33:28 am 
Started by murramor - Last post by northmurena

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 on: November 01, 2018, 08:54:14 pm 
Started by murramor - Last post by murramor
PS.  I have the louvered flap - it is just the catch that holds it closed that I am looking for.

 on: November 01, 2018, 08:28:34 pm 
Started by murramor - Last post by murramor
Could someone please post a picture of the part that keeps the fuel filler cover closed?  It is so long since I took everything apart that I can't remember what the part looked like.

 on: October 29, 2018, 09:32:41 pm 
Started by MatraIan - Last post by Anders Dinsen
I actually found out about the internal cone filter. It's a neat solution. Also the horns look good. It must be more roomy inside than the Pictures suggest. I checked the specs, and it seems it can take 39 mm horns, which - as far as I remember - is just what I'm using. There's a thing to contemplate about Smiley

Thanks  Cool

 on: October 29, 2018, 10:47:53 am 
Started by matra530 - Last post by roy4matra
Hello Roy,

I will try to order the tool in GB. There it is still on stock.
In Germany you can only buy this tool in used conditions for the price higher than the new one...

Even in the U.K. this is no longer available, even if a website proclaims it is! (I checked with Snap-on last week)  So again it would have to be second hand... and there is probably a better option now anyway.

There are some new tools now on the market for removing the valve spring collets, retainer and springs, to get at the seals and should do the job in situ.  Beware though, the Murena valve stems are almost 9mm diameter and there are two sizes of this tool.  The more common one is only for 4.5 to 7.5 mm dia. valve stems and is therefore too small.  Lisle list one that does 5/16" to 3/8" dia. stems and would therefore be fine for the Murena.


 on: October 29, 2018, 05:21:51 am 
Started by MatraIan - Last post by murramor
Anders, I didn't notice that you were contemplating using the airbox together with an external filter.  The airbox actually has a filter in it at the entrance near the shiny aluminium ring in my picture.  You can see that an external filter is not used in the attached picture.

 on: October 29, 2018, 05:14:50 am 
Started by MatraIan - Last post by murramor
I managed to find a couple of pictures of the horns that I have in my airbox.  The pictures are a small size but big enough for you to see it is possible to fit them into the airbox with space to spare.

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