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    Cool Part # 59320031A

    Urgently wanted

    Tank part number 59320031A

    Tank reversion valve.

    Supposed to be going to Collie on the 23rd to give her the first run since a full rebuild.

    Any help would be appreciated.

    Thanks in anticipation

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    Tank reversion fuel outlet

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    If you find a source for these obsolete Corse Fuel tank inlets and outlets I'm sure many on the forum would love to hear. Good Luck

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    Itís just a check valve. If you canít find one, just buy a light pressure one and stick it in the return line. I think maybe Marvin might be able to help with the spring size.
    Griff
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    Thanks for that. Iíve been loaned one to get the bike running so I can take her to Collie for a run ( weather permitting ) Sheís been in the shed 4 years un run after a full strip and rebuild. Going to get the reversion and outlets machined up thereís a guy over here makes machining an art form. Will see how the look and will post the finished item.

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    I wonder what the thread size of this would be ????.

    Certainly if the part screwed in and if you did not mind the non-originality of it , it could be a cheap option ???.

    https://www.gothamcycles.com/metal/d...-panigale.html

    Or plastic :

    https://www.gothamcycles.com/plastic...-panigale.html

    Ebay :

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Ducati-Sp...-/182089405862

    This looks an interesting option :

    https://www.coleparmer.com/p/panel-m...-inserts/57177
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    Checked on some of my Carbon tanks. The thread size into the tank is M20 X 1.5 mm. Basically all is needed is an adaptor like this. It would be a very cheap option. Various sizes of pipe so choose.

    Got to be worth a try.

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/HYDRAULIC...wAAOSwNchaPfJR

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/HYDRAULIC...UAAOSwdnZaPfJV

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    So the bike will run without the reversion ( non return ) tank connector in the throttle side tank outlet ?

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    Quick release and non return valves can always be put in line. I do not see why it would not work.........anybody else ??.

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    Fuel pressure. The running pressure is a combination of the reversion valve and the pressure reg. And yes if you up the spring tension on the reversion valve youíll get more fuel pressure as 916 race boys discovered and saved a fortune buy not having to buy a variable pressure regulator. Which of coarse is not applicable to the early 851/888ís which are adjustable. Somebody here probably knows the models they stopped fitting them to.
    Griff
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