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 on: March 21, 2019, 18:21:57 
Started by Peter T - Last post by Peter T
Peter you message meadt year since then iv gained and stripped another engin is there owt you need

Thanks for the offer. The engine felt strong the last time I rode it so i'm not going diving in deep there. The one thing I'm short of is the correct spacer/washers for the transmission cover. I'm just using ones I've turned up myself at the moment which are OK but I'm not sure how they compare to the originals.

Having a fettling weekend soon. Lawnmower comes first but then I've a few other X9 jobs to do. 

 on: March 21, 2019, 15:43:39 
Started by Peter T - Last post by Solo
Peter you message meadt year since then iv gained and stripped another engin is there owt you need

 on: March 21, 2019, 14:43:53 
Started by sinky - Last post by sinky
Ok Thanks for your info Dave 

 on: March 17, 2019, 20:37:09 
Started by sinky - Last post by Dave Milnes
A quick look in the Derbi workshop manual shows the engine is only a 2 valve not a 4 valve so not really up to lugging an X9 around. A lot of similarities in the immobilizer troubleshooting and diagrams that would lead you to believe they are very similar. Not sure about the key barrel fitting as the X9 uses a rather odd barrel mechanism.
The Derbi manual is available from the help section on here so see for yourself.

 on: March 17, 2019, 09:50:50 
Started by sinky - Last post by sinky
Yes.  Maybe a bit too much for my mechanical knowledge.

Could I take the key barrel and immobilizer off the X9 and fit it to the Derbi?

Would that work ok to get the Derbi started in the meantime?

 on: March 16, 2019, 18:47:39 
Started by sinky - Last post by Dave Milnes
If it's a 125 you could stick the motor in your X9 and bin the rest.

 on: March 16, 2019, 17:36:26 
Started by sinky - Last post by sinky
 Right, what do you think?
 Iv just bought a 2006 Derbi Boulevard for 100e
 It's in pieces well the plastics are off.
 Supplied with a new key and barrel but immobilizer is knackered.

 It's not stolen bought from my mate's son who tried to fix
 Iv got all the ppw to change the name.

Still looking for an X9 .
There is one X9evo 125 in a local bike shop 4500kms 1100euros Its been reserved tho

 on: March 15, 2019, 08:04:30 
Started by ramjet - Last post by Dave Milnes
Looks neat.

 on: March 14, 2019, 16:17:19 
Started by ramjet - Last post by ramjet
Finally got round to fitting my Garmin Zumo to the X10

After great deliberations I was unable to use the integral power plug under the handlebar cover ( 12V and unidentifiable plug type) , or the full Garmin power lead (Would probably have to remove lots of front end bodywork to feed wire up to handlebar level).

I ended up joining a USB cable and the Garmin plug. Quite a delicate operation as the USB power wires are very fine. Covered with heatshrink, and has successfully survived installation so will hopefully be OK. Means I can use the X10 USB socket in the left hand cubby hole and feed plug through hinge space to come out through space in handlebar cover when black centre cover is removed. I have a helmet mounted Interphone unit to hear nav instructions over Bluetooth.

I used the Piaggio mounting kit with an extra RAM ball and socket under the Garmin mount. Quite fiddly and requires careful planning as plug wire has to be fed through before different stages of attaching parts






 on: March 13, 2019, 11:40:13 
Started by Solo - Last post by Dave Milnes
Of course there may be a common earth in the loom that has broken off on the frame somewhere.

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