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 on: April 12, 2021, 15:48:08 
Started by Techno - Last post by Mike H
Yes don't remember having a dipstick on my X10 350. As for retightening, these are the sorts of things I do up "only just enough" 




 2 
 on: April 12, 2021, 07:21:10 
Started by Techno - Last post by Techno
hi techno is this the plastic dipstick that you remove to check the oil in the back axel i have one off the x7 250 its yours if it fits cross check at fowlers or post a picture
polecat

No mate the 125 & 500 X10's have dip sticks the 350 has a oil filler/level bolt. 

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 on: April 12, 2021, 07:18:26 
Started by Techno - Last post by Techno
I can't be certain but if its the same as the Beverly 350 it will be Part no. 847174 and is the same for drain plug. The workshop manual for the X10 gives a torque of 15-17 N.m for both drain and level plugs. Sorry I can't help with thread size from my own experience but S.I.P. list it as
PIAGGIO
Screw oil drain M10x1,5x10 mm, hexagonal with flange, gearbox oil, PIAGGIO
for PIAGGIO Beverly/​MP3/​X10 350ccm 4T LC

Hope that helps.

Hi Roadstar

Thank you for the info.  M10x1.5x10mm would sound about right.  The actual bolt/washer will be replaced by the sump repair kit items, basically you retap the casing out a mm bigger and fit the supplied bolt/washer.   

The X10 350 and Beverly share the same power plant and parts No's are the same.   

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 on: April 11, 2021, 16:13:07 
Started by Techno - Last post by polecat
hi techno is this the plastic dipstick that you remove to check the oil in the back axel i have one off the x7 250 its yours if it fits cross check at fowlers or post a picture
polecat

 5 
 on: April 11, 2021, 08:28:35 
Started by Techno - Last post by roadster
I can't be certain but if its the same as the Beverly 350 it will be Part no. 847174 and is the same for drain plug. The workshop manual for the X10 gives a torque of 15-17 N.m for both drain and level plugs. Sorry I can't help with thread size from my own experience but S.I.P. list it as
PIAGGIO
Screw oil drain M10x1,5x10 mm, hexagonal with flange, gearbox oil, PIAGGIO
for PIAGGIO Beverly/​MP3/​X10 350ccm 4T LC

Hope that helps.

 6 
 on: April 10, 2021, 10:17:16 
Started by Techno - Last post by Techno
Hi All

Does anyone know what size the oil level bolt is for the rear drive casing?  Mines started to weep, it was half stripped when I removed it when doing complete service after getting the bike, last dealer/owner who worked on it must have overtightened it.  I got away with putting in back in with some loctite but it's time to check the level again and it's going to strip it I'm fairly certain. 

Thinking of use sump drain plug repair, but need to know the thread size?  It's probably the same size and the casing drain bolt, but I don't want to drop the oil until I can sort out the fill/level bolt thread, for obvious reasons.   

 7 
 on: April 09, 2021, 23:21:31 
Started by Des - Last post by Solo
Hi, you got a photo, iv just Sold my blue Evolution 125 X9 as couldn't rebuild it due to health. As I have not come across an X9 125 at such low milage it's got me interested ..
you got a pic?

Or message me at

https://www.facebook.com/SOLO.Biker.Leeds

Or

x9er-solo@hotmail.co.uk


 8 
 on: April 08, 2021, 17:08:41 
Started by Des - Last post by Des
Genuine 8887 miles since new (MOT certificates will prove). I am the original and only owner.
Garaged its entire life and only ridden in good weather, hence the low mileage.
Taxed and MOT'd till September.
Good original condition, with no damage (except a scratch on rear panel when garage door scraped it!)
Am moving in early May so would like to sell by end of April.
Asking £1000 (or open to higher offers
Located in Reading, Berkshire.
Would like to go to a good home.
Email 'destourick@gmail.com' for initial contact.


 9 
 on: April 04, 2021, 13:31:38 
Started by polecat - Last post by Dave Milnes
Good, worth the hassle. Sounds like it had the wrong belt as well as even a worn belt should still have good tension.

 10 
 on: April 04, 2021, 05:51:44 
Started by polecat - Last post by bolerus
Well I finally got around to putting the sliders in.  Also changed the belt.  The old belt wasn't very worn but it was very loose, as though it was too big

Took it out for a ride,. And wow it really is a different bike now.  Take off is instant and acceleration is massively improved.

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