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Rossi Yamaha YZR-M1 Official Build Diary - Pack 21 (UK) Options
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#1 Posted : 13 June 2020 12:48:11

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Pack 21 contains parts for stages 78-81

Stage 78

Contents: Rear wheel axle, Nut, Brake caliper inner, Brake caliper outer, Connector, 180mm tube, Washer

Press the pins into the holes to assemble the brake caliper. Fit the connector into one end of the 180mm tube. Secure with glue if necessary. Fit the tab on the connector into the hole in the brake caliper and secure with glue.Recover the rear caliper bracket supplied with Stage 76. Fix the two circled pins into the two circled holes of the caliper. Use a little glue if necessary.

Stage complete, carefully store any remaining parts in a stage labelled bag.
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#2 Posted : 13 June 2020 12:50:09

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Stage 79

Contents: Rear fender, Support plate, Brake wear sensor, 130mm tube

Place the rear fender and the support plate in front of you and identify the two pins on the plate and the corresponding holes in the fender. Fit the support plate to the fender. Fit the tube onto the pin of the brake wear sensor, securing it with glue if necessary.

Stage complete, carefully store any remaining parts in a stage labelled bag.

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#3 Posted : 13 June 2020 12:54:44

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Stage 80

Contents: Swingarm, Bush, Swingarm plate, Type B screws x 4, Type M screws x 2, Type N screws x 2, Type C screws x 4

Place the plate onto the swingarm and secure with the three type B screws. Fit the brake caliper bracket (Stage 78) to the right end of the swingarm, inserting the pins into the corresponding holes.Place the rear wheel between the two ends of the swingarm, align the respective holes, then insert the axle from the left side, pushing it through until the threaded end comes out on the right side. Place the washer (Stage 78) over the end of the axle, then tighten the nut (Stage 78) onto it.

Stage complete, carefully store any remaining parts in a stage labelled bag.

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#4 Posted : 13 June 2020 12:56:31

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Stage 81

Contents: Drive chain, Spring clip, Link plate, Link

Place the rear fender onto the swingarm and fix the pieces together with three type C screws. Recover the nut (Stage 44) and insert it into the circled hole in the right side of the frame. Then insert the bush (Stage 80) into the same hole, over the nut. Now insert the swingarm between the ends of the frame. Align the holes of the frame and the swingarm while lowering the shock into the opening in the swingarm. Once the holes of the frame and swingarm are aligned, insert the swingarm axle (Stage 44) through them until the end enters the nut fitted in Step 03. Tighten the axle into place. Making sure not to overtighten, as the swingarm should remain able to move.

Stage complete, carefully store any remaining parts in a stage labelled bag.
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