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comment What is this part and how do I remove it?
@Paulster2 I sold the bike before fixing it, and my memory is a but vague memory of great brute force lingers. I think I mauled a tube spanner into fitting into that recess, with four 'gripping sides' and undid the holding nut that way.
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comment Methods of diagnosing a non-starting Fiat Uno
Paulster2, the only thing I see @Pip could have expanded on more is where the crankshaft position sensor is. Still, this answer is quite helpful as is, anyway.
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comment What is this part and how do I remove it?
Found out it's a centrifugal oil filter.
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comment What is this part and how do I remove it?
@Paulster2, sorry, see my edit.
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revised What is this part and how do I remove it?
Added model etc.
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asked What is this part and how do I remove it?
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comment Why is my motorbike's clutch slipping?
@Mauro 20W50 mineral oil, per dealer's recommendation.
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comment Why is my motorbike's clutch slipping?
Ive voided the warranty. It was a cash trap. Must service every 3000km or three months. I hardly do 1000km in three months. Every few thousand km something else falls off the warranty. A fellow biker stopped to help yesterday, and suggested I smell the oil. It smells like something, no doubt friction plate, has burnt.
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comment Why is my motorbike's clutch slipping?
It's cable, and I've adjusted the hell out of it. While waiting for a tow this morning, a fellow biker suggested I smell my oil, and it does indeed smell something like burnt friction plate.
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comment What is a good service for a cheapy 250 at 10,000km?
Thanks @Paulster2, I'm glad my revisions improved the question.
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comment What is a good service for a cheapy 250 at 10,000km?
Indeed good advice to use the manufacturer's maintenance schedule, but I am currently unable to find one. It's a poorly supported Chinese import. What gives you the idea I'm trying to cheap out? I asked for advice on what service tasks I should perform, for an 'old fashioned' 250cc bike in general. Nowhere did I ask what to skip or how to save money.
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asked What is a good service for a cheapy 250 at 10,000km?