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    Quote Originally Posted by Engenia View Post
    I don't know. Certainly if you have the hot start issue, that will manifest itself immediately, and while a shaft is being bent every time it makes a turn, it is being fatigued. I wouldn't risk it, but then I'm a little paranoid about such things. I replaced mine several years before one broke in a Tornado. Before that no-one was suggesting that the Tornado had any problem with it.
    so far, hot start is not an issue at all, it actually starts faster than it stops!!

    this is the first bike I have, that takes less time to start than to stops... usually is exactly the opposite

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    14 years and with 0 km whow lucky man... I have found a TnT from 2010 with 3000km on it with all the start problems.... Butt I will fix that when I am back to my bike end off this year...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Engenia View Post
    No. The factory hadn't yet worked out what the cause of the problem was, let alone fixed it on the assembly line.

    Engina, this is the gear I have, I already purchased new shaft, gear, nut, washer, etc... what do you think?

    Its the updated one? Its the factory one, i'm 99,999% sure.
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    BTW: i had an oil leak in the clutch, so i'm replacing the 5 o-rings for it.

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    Its the updated one? Its the factory one, i'm 99,999% sure.
    That z25 gear and shaft are the upgraded versions. If you lighten the pic, you can see the line-up arrows around the 2 o'clock position.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Laurencewhite View Post
    That z25 gear and shaft are the upgraded versions. If you lighten the pic, you can see the line-up arrows around the 2 o'clock position.
    so... should I upgrade anyway or not?

    I saw in other thread, that the shaft could have 2 oil holes anyway, and the latest of the latest version has only 1 hole...

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    Quote Originally Posted by aleib View Post
    so... should I upgrade anyway or not?
    No. As Laurence pointed out, it's already been done. The shaft you have installed will only have one lubrication hole.
    hooroo, Errol www.engenia.com.au [139,200 km - and counting .....]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Engenia View Post
    No. As Laurence pointed out, it's already been done. The shaft you have installed will only have one lubrication hole.
    ok good, thanks, I will change 5 o-rings and the main seal in the way back then... hoping that fixes the oil leak.

    changed fork oil, tryres and checked the break pads, everything went fine, pads are still not broke-in with the disks yet

    I will change oil and coolant again in 500kms, so all circuits are cleaned for good.
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    no more oil leaks from the clutch:
    New Benelli Tornado Tre 1130 0 mile-seal1.jpg

    oring1
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    oring2
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    oring3
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    oring4 and oring5 are the ones of the clutch push rod at the clutch end (there is another oring6 at the actuator side, but did not change that one)

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    Be careful when you refit the engine cover. If it is not exactly centred on the shaft you will still have an oil leak.

    It's best to temporarily fit the clutch basket onto the shaft before you replace all the bolts on the engine cover which helps to line the cover up with the shaft.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Laurencewhite View Post
    Be careful when you refit the engine cover. If it is not exactly centred on the shaft you will still have an oil leak.

    t's best to temporarily fit the clutch basket onto the shaft before you replace all the bolts on the engine cover which helps to line the cover up with the shaft.
    yes I did exactly that, but mused a piece of plastic tube, so I fit it in the shaft, and set the bolts of the seal support perfectly centered.

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