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    Post Parts interchangeability - UPDATE!

    here is the list again...
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    adding to the fray....

    Quote Originally Posted by marvin View Post
    shocks for 851 and 888 are the same. Early Monster shock will fit but remote hose is shorter and needs to be re-angled unless mounted on frame somewhere. Spring rates may differ.
    exhaust slip-ons are same as carby 900ss, rear sets are too except for different length shift rod.

    The adjustable 92-98 Showa forks are same as 91-on 851/888. The non-adjustable Showa forks on early Monsters will fit but triple clamps are different (BTW, Rick is making up the adjustable parts to upgrade the non-adjustables)

    Carby Monster swingarms will fit.

    All I can think of off the top of my head.

    p.s. ss and carby monster wheels will fit although you may have to mix.match front axle bearings, spacers and speedo drive.

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    Default Laverda Twin parts

    Voltage regulator and ECU both good and i presume ignition modules also. Certainly lots cheaper on ebay than Ducati parts. Laverda tacho white faced 11k max 84mm dia 20 on ebay
    Front wheel and 320mm discs, rear wheel needs spacers making but not difficult

    Thats all I know for now

    Guy851

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    Here is some stuff I lifted from a couple of sites.
    The air filter for the 1992-98 900ss/851/888 is the same as fitted to a Porsche 924. Dimensions are: 211 x 211 x 57. Purflex A515 (K & N equivalent: 33-2003, Mann-Hummel filter part number P12210),
    888 engine speed and position sensors - Fiat Tipo SEN 8D
    Fuel pumps: Ducati 888 item made for Ducati by Walbro (their part number 5CA305-3 (or 5CA305-2 for the white box). Available from V.E. Peterson in Ohio

    griff

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    Quite a lot from 907 also fits.
    320 discs 92-93 model.
    Calipers, both black & gold.
    Wheels same, axle could differ.
    P7 ECU (851), sensors, injectors, both flywheel sensors.
    Ignition coils.
    Engine covers, clutch, flywheel, impeller etc.
    Fotpegs fits 851, also front fender on M1R 851.
    M1R 907 don`t fit 851, longer.

    What I can recall f now.

    Monster hoop & front (40mm) & rear calipers fit.
    Last edited by greenmonster; 02-09-2009 at 02:06 PM.

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    Hi,
    Brembo will no longer supply piston and seal overhaul kits for the goldline 30-34 four pot calipers.
    Yoyodyne have pattern kits available, however KTM will supply geuine Brembo overhaul kits via their parts dealers for similar cash than Yoyodyne or for what Brembo dealers used to charge when they were available.
    Here's the KTM part number:- 58313205000.
    They retail in the UK for 34.43p.

    Steve R
    Last edited by Mr.R; 03-04-2009 at 01:17 PM.

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    We seem to have some variances in the mix and match list. I've swapped front indicators from 900ss(92-97) to 888 ok fit issues I suspect are more down to part quality variances .
    The rear indicators look to be exactly the same.
    Attempts to fit a 900ss (1994) air filter to the 1994 888 strada failed as its too big in length but the 94 888 had a different airbox to the earlier 851s as the air tubes enter at the front instead of at the rear bottom on the earlier bikes.

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    My brother has a 92 900ss and we have change successfully the air filter to may 93 strada so this is also a go part
    In the matter or indicators, I also have changed them and they fited ok.


    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eus_Daniel View Post
    My brother has a 92 900ss and we have change successfully the air filter to may 93 strada so this is also a go part
    In the matter or indicators, I also have changed them and they fited ok.


    Cheers
    I was suprised when the 900ss filter wouldnt fit. it was a k&N from my superlight so its going back on that while i stick with the stock paper element. Makes me wary about buying one off fleabay if its a year specific version.

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    Sorry, i forgoth to say, i did this with std air filter and K&N also, and now i have K&N in both bikes.

    Cheers

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