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  • Sarvajit
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    Re: Fiero/FieroF2/FieroFx

    @All: Why so silent? No replies/acknowledgements?
    Hope you&your rides are in good shape!

    Posting a few pics to liven up the atmosphere here.

    1. My ride-still elegant as ever.:cool
    2. The faulty kill switch solution!
    3. The 'original' seat cover!
    4. Prep for rainy (no rains so as to speak of)

    I'm looking for the engine guard plate but unable to find

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    Last edited by Sarvajit; 07-19-2014, 03:53 AM.

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  • Sarvajit
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    The RHS cover is slotting into place perfectly now, thanks to some mechanic who simply adjusted the tank clip.
    Waiting for a mileage check.

    @All: Appreciate if you could help me with the T stem part or at least suggest a compatible part from another bike.

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  • Sarvajit
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    Re: Fiero/FieroF2/FieroFx

    Originally posted by tintin708 View Post
    Hey guys. Hows everyone doing?

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    Hey buddy, I just got my bike done up recently and posted an update (previous post). I had gone again today to replace the head oil seal (Rs.90) and accelerator cable (Rs.176).
    Bike feels great though not as smooth as initial days.

    After refitting the tank, the RHS lock cover doesn't stay even after taping the partly broken knob. The rubber is fine and I have replaced the lock too. It stays only on the below locked portion.
    Any ideas for this? Or do I need to replace the cover?

    On another note, parts availability issue is beginning to crop up as the nearby SVC is saying they can't order for Fiero/F2 parts anymore. Need to look for other options in and outside Hyderabad.


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    Last edited by Sarvajit; 06-22-2014, 03:16 AM.

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  • tintin708
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    Hey guys. Hows everyone doing?

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  • Sarvajit
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    @All: I'm happy to report that the carburettor problem is now solved.

    The jammed and rusted air screw had to be drilled out at the Lathe shop& then rethreaded. Once the new screw was in, we turned it 4 turns and checked for mileage with a 100ml can to find it ran for 4.7kms.
    I'm especially happy that the overheating, jerking & mileage loss is solved. Bike feels smooth and happy to ride now.

    Other parts replaced were disc pads, coneset and of course engine oil.

    The front suspension issue is suppressed but it will crop up again soon enough.

    Would really appreciate if anyone can help me with getting the T stem (not T plate, this is the lower part) and the cone cup (cup beneath the T and not race bearing kit). It will solve my front suspension woes forever.

    Part nos. 27 and 28 are as follows from the Front Fork Assembly page in Spares Manual:
    1. M7100690 - Lower Brkt. Comp.
    2. M110450 - Dust Seal Steering Lower

    Couple of jobs were missed out and will be done in the coming week.
    Anabond paste on head for minor oil leakage
    Accelerator cable replacement.

    Really happy to own this bike even after 10+yrs. And 66.5K kms.!:thumbup:

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    Last edited by Sarvajit; 06-21-2014, 11:31 PM.

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  • rIbu
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    [MENTION=13846]Sarvajit[/MENTION]
    Buddy hope you got that ride fixed .

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  • rIbu
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    Ping!!!
    Where is everyone?? Havent heard from all in a while .

    Few queries again regarding fiero . Need some input guys .
    *200cc + bs26 + apache head - do I risk a lean mixture here ??
    If im to upgrade to 200 I.e

    *how to know if swingarm bushes need to be replaced.? Nothing wrong as of now. But suspension is quite stiff . Any suggestions for new shocks for riding fast over potholes thank you very much

    *can somebody tell me how long I can run a 200cc w/o risk of melting down .

    *what are the risk associated if I run without a battery to the cdi? Or anything else at all

    rIbu

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  • Sarvajit
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    Originally posted by rIbu View Post
    [MENTION=13846]Sarvajit[/MENTION]
    Checked with krpuram tvs asc . They hav the t-stem plate . Costs rs427 .


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    Thanks a lot buddy! If it isn't too far from your place, would you be able to buy&send it across?
    I'm PMing you my address details.
    Looking forward to hearing from you soon.

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  • rIbu
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    [MENTION=13846]Sarvajit[/MENTION]
    Checked with krpuram tvs asc . They hav the t-stem plate . Costs rs427 .


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  • Sarvajit
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    Re: Fiero/FieroF2/FieroFx

    Originally posted by abhilashabhi12 View Post
    Sarvajit extremely sorry dude I couldn't check on this. As I told I was down with broken leg due to some issues I was hospitalised & am still not fit. I am completely out of any activity for last 1 month.

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    No problem buddy, I'm getting it opened up at the service this weekend. [MENTION=13389]gixxer_junkie_m[/MENTION]: Should have some update about the carb!

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  • abhilashabhi12
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    Originally posted by Sarvajit View Post
    Can anyone get me the steering T for my 2004 Fiero F2?
    After replacing the front suspension inner rods, springs&coneset, the problem has finally boiled down to the T.

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    Sarvajit extremely sorry dude I couldn't check on this. As I told I was down with broken leg due to some issues I was hospitalised & am still not fit. I am completely out of any activity for last 1 month.

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  • Sarvajit
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    Can anyone get me the steering T for my 2004 Fiero F2?
    After replacing the front suspension inner rods, springs&coneset, the problem has finally boiled down to the T.

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  • abhilashabhi12
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    What's up guys looks like fiero is running without any hassles & thus it's dead silent in the thread.

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  • prd8r
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    So many weeks have passed, and not one new post?

    Hope this thread is not dying out.

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  • Dev_111
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    Originally posted by rIbu View Post
    Hey dev_111I have just upgraded my engine now to 180cc . Its a great set up. But im using an apache head . Didnt have to change the timing chain so probably neither with the fiero head . But please confirm before you proceed . If you add the gaskets its going to raise the compression . The lathe job that is required is to reduce compression .P200 uses bs29 carb ?? Then that'd be fine . Do check the valves for seating and replace if required. 20w40 works fine . This is one tough son of a bike . Since you've run close to 2lakhs. Better get your connecting rods replaced as well.Hope this helps . RibuSent from my GT-I9500 using Tapatalk
    thanx for reply bro.currently, I got it rebored and kept my old 150cc setup. I m looking for a used rtr 180 head . once I get it, I will go for upgrade. my only worry is its reliablity in harsh conditions as I m planning to do a ladakh trip next summers. so not taking much chances.

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