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Zorik Zorik
12/5/2017 1:44 AM

Hi, recently bought this rarity italian bike and now looking for some advices and parts.

Im not prety sure about the year, cause frame already was in 4 colors but esle looks like 1989.Bike is in rough shape and was siting for a long long time with few liters of water in crankcase. Saw few topic from same bike owners so looking for help about cross-refenrece parts, manual and some engine parts.

Parts my bike is missing - some of cts and pipe, also intake boot is cracked like hell and Im not sure crank cause its a bit rusty (gona take it out tomorow)

P.S As I searched a bit you still can get piston,clutch discs,parts for suspension,plastics and parts for carb but what about bearings,cables etc

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Paul333 Paul333
12/5/2017 5:40 AM

I love the old Cagiva's and wanted their 125 desperately as a kid.

I see parts come up on Vintage Bike Ads fairly frequently. It's a good place to start watching.

www.vintagebikeads.com

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Zorik Zorik
12/5/2017 8:41 AM

Already "hunting" there , as for me the most problem is with pipe and I was thinking maybe old Honda 250 pipe will fit sad

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wpark89 wpark89
12/5/2017 8:48 AM

Everything you need is available. There are about 2 contacts you need to get anything. It's worth joining Facebook just for the Cagiva WMX community. You can get all the parts and service manuals/dealer bulletins.

If you have an 89 it will have a rear disc.

Here's my 88 250
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wpark89 wpark89
12/5/2017 8:55 AM

For pipes...a Husky shop in California called UP Tite made Cagiva pipes. I've got one on my 250 and they can still be found. Dynoport in New York lists a 1990 Husqvarna pipe that's the same as the Cagiva. There are used SPES pipes from Belgium that come up for sale occasionally.

A guy in Germany is using a DG CR 250 pipe on his Cagiva that just took a few easy mods to work. Scalvini just started making 85-89 Cagiva 125 pipes and the 250 may follow.

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wpark89 wpark89
12/5/2017 9:03 AM
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heldercosta heldercosta
2/9/2019 4:50 AM

hi.
So i got a bike Cagiva wmx 250 to 2t.
i would like to know if anyone can tell me what oil i should use in the gearbox.

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JustMX JustMX
2/9/2019 5:13 PM

I would definitely pm hillbilly.

He raced those things for years around that time frame and wouldn't be surprised at all if he had boxes of parts in the barn.

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wpark89 wpark89
2/9/2019 5:22 PM

750 ML of oil. Any brand is good.

I have been messaging Hillbilly for years on here asking about Cagiva parts and can’t ever get in touch with him.

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heldercosta heldercosta
2/10/2019 3:59 AM

i am from Portugal. here is no one who knows me more or less say details of this bike.
since it´s classic i don't know what oil should i use and also nobody can tell me.
of these types of motorcycles here in Portugalthere are not many

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wpark89 wpark89
2/10/2019 10:31 AM

Send me a message with your email and I can send you the manual with all the information. There is a big Cagiva group on Facebook that is very helpful also.

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heldercosta heldercosta
2/10/2019 11:43 AM

ok. thanks for the help. i think the cagiva group on facebook i already follow. i don't know if it's the same site you're talking about.

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Jeremy_Brown Jeremy_Brown
2/14/2019 11:06 PM

I can get ahold of my buddy he raced them before

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Jeremy_Brown Jeremy_Brown
2/14/2019 11:13 PM
Zorik wrote:

Hi, recently bought this ...more

Does it turn over or is it stuck from the water inside the crank

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Jeremy_Brown Jeremy_Brown
2/15/2019 12:23 AM

20/50 castrol gtx motor oil.. or 80/90 gear oil. That's what my buddy said. Oil if you need the motor oil I think and gear oil type. Don't use motor oil in your gear box though just saying

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Jeremy_Brown Jeremy_Brown
2/15/2019 12:25 AM

Or IDK maybe you can let me ask him

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heldercosta heldercosta
2/16/2019 5:56 AM

i am from Portugal and certain types of oil that do not sell here.
so i'm not sure if any of these have around.

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TTperra TTperra
2/16/2019 8:26 AM

You can use a motorcycle engine oil for wet clutch, its not so critical.
If you use engine oil for cars, the clutch can slip

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