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    I think I would agree with sprocket bearing cage. Canít think of much else in there like that

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    If you donít want the race exhaust, Just pm with what you want for it.
    46241miles .And Replacement Cam ChainNo 4,Replacment clutch plates No 1,New Radiator , 3rd set of coil sticks, 2 nd DNA Filter, L E D rear light upgrade, Battery No 5 lithium. Upgraded battery cables. New 12 hole fuel injectors.from 03/06/06 to 21/09/2020.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tonydoc View Post
    If you donít want the race exhaust, Just pm with what you want for it.
    I think I'm going to install that first. Sadly I have a several week wait to take delivery.
    2002 Benelli Tornado Tre LE No 112
    2007 Benelli Tornado Naked Tre 1130

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    What did you guys use for beefier battery cables on the LE given the lower position of the battery? I can only find them for the standard TRE.
    2002 Benelli Tornado Tre LE No 112
    2007 Benelli Tornado Naked Tre 1130

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sprocket View Post
    Part of a cam chain tensioner blade?
    Nope. They are plastic.
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