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    CCT failure AGAIN!

    After 2000 miles my cct failed but replaced under warranty. Now I've done 24k miles and that's failed on me now.

    I checked with the dealer and they say my chassis number has to have one of the two cct's available.

    Part number :99999-04254 has anyone had there's replaced with this specific part? It comes in at 164 CCT failure AGAIN!CCT failure AGAIN! the other is 138 but I can't use that with my bike.



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    Senior Member fizzy's Avatar
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    I have seen manual adjustable ones available on eBay at a fraction of the original parts might be worth having a look

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    mine failed again at the 27000 mile mark. Like you original one was replaced under warranty, this one I had to pay for, I think it was £200 inc fitting.
    I did look into the ape manual tensioner, but they dont appear to be a straight swap over

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevecbr View Post
    mine failed again at the 27000 mile mark. Like you original one was replaced under warranty, this one I had to pay for, I think it was £200 inc fitting.
    I did look into the ape manual tensioner, but they dont appear to be a straight swap over
    Do you know what part number cct they fitted?
    The first one was around 117 just for the part if it wasn't under warranty, this other one again is considerably more.

    How has the bike been since?

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    Senior Member stevecbr's Avatar
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    Will let you know the part number tomorrow, my old tensioner is in the box at work. Its totally fine, nice and quiet, must have done about 1000 miles with it now.

 

 

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