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    Baby Twin
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    I've also recently replaced the jet in my 1999 mille, big difference, especially from cold, however also replaced the fluid with the brembo racing stuff (liquid gold is cheaper I believe!!) and bled it really well, new clutch kit (stock) and oil. But, I replaced the jet after I road tested the new clutch just to see the what the fuss is all about....Its a different bike !!! hope you have the same !

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    Dolenc
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    I changed it also, my bike stayed the same

    But finding neutral when cold is normal now and the bike doesnt pull foward anymore when cold, so its good. Also changed the oil from full synth to semi, so dont know whats responsible for the change.

    Shifting feels the same, not realy a fan of aprilia gearbox, its good, but its not great, like ducatis. And i managed to get it out of gear once, probably got a bit rusty offseason (me, not the bike ), I just dont know why they put neutral betwen 4th and 5th gear

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    5 for part and 26 delivery not a chance!!! cheaper to fly over and collect myself

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    been looking at doing this as my bikes a nightmare to get into netral from cold,

    but, i read that the jet was reduced from a 60 to a 40 as time went on, with my bike being a 2004 tuono, is it likely to have the smaller 40 jet fitted already?

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    Ive just changed mine now. Not had chance to try it as i am STILL waiting for my new Immobiliser ECU (only been a month so far) so cant start to check... Been a fault on my bike for months now so im hoping its worth waiting for....

    However, i found it a good ide to use a strand off a wire brush to fish the valve out of the engine casing. Held with a thin pair of long nose pliers it was nice n easy.......

  6. #46
    OZMILLE
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    Hey Guys

    Let me throw a spanner in the theory.

    I run a heavy duty barnett clutch in my 2000 RSV, instantly after installing I could no longer shift into neutral at stop. I MUST now shift into neutral whilst rolling to s stop.

    I installed the JET40, and can positively state that this had NO effect on helping it get into neutral whilst still. Maybe its a good mod only if using the OEM clutch kit??

    Cheers

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    richmond dont worry about the oil seepage its normal ,you will also get a bit more when you remove the .60 jet its tiny so use a small flat screwdriver,with a bit of fiddling you'll get the other one in do it up hand tight replace the bolt and enjoy finding neutral ...if its still hard then bleed your clutch ,another good mod would be a 15tooth sprocket on the front [oh my god its a friggin missile lol] this will make it smoother in town and OH MY GOD THIS PULLS LIKE A TRAIN acceleration enjoy

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    Modification....Jet 40 and Oberon clutch slave cylinder....wow...amazed...
    After reading this thread i had to do the mod...I have a 2002 rsvr and the heavy clutch and neutral problem was a pain but now its fantastic, the clutch feels 50% lighter and neutral is absolutely easy to find.
    Got the parts here: Jet 40 http://www.speedaway.co.uk/online/in...ducts_id=41337

    Clutch slave cylinder from oberon: http://www.oberon-performance.co.uk/..._Cylinder.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by BB1000 View Post
    Specially for 04/05 rsv owners

    Order this part.......Genuine Aprilia Jet 40 .... part number 0268751 ........no 10 on the list

    I fitted it today, all you do is remove a bolt just above the oil filter cover, uncsrew the old jet 60 and remove with a small pair of pin nose pliers

    WOW....what a difference.....its worth the 6.03

    Carriage is 6 to so i ordered the heat shield for the rear brake

    Both items are standard on the 06 and onwards models

    HTH.............
    This is another company that will ship worldwide
    http://www.af1racing.com/store/Scrip...idCategory=953
    Postion No:10 part No:AP0268751

    Regards Michael

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    chris-freckl
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    Iv'e got a 2000 model and also fitted a barnet clutch, then couldent find neutral, just fitted a 40 oil jet and its cured! I can get neutral from 1st or 2nd easily. New slave cylinder next.

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    I used a

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    Baby Twin
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    Is it easy to fit or would i be better of letting a dealer fit it as i am not hands on with motorbikes

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    mike1971
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    can this cluthch jet part fit a 2002 RSV R?

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    DrRossi
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    Yes it works for your bike to

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    dr rossi

    i'm interested in a chip.don't know much about em.can u help me out.its a 2000 rsv mille with a blueflame can.thanx.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guido View Post
    Many thanks Colin,

    At least I know I'm not the only one and it's not my choice of aftershave that's singled me out for crap service

    Will leave it for 4 weeks from my last call before I give them a prod (fair's fair and giving them the benefit of the doubt and all that).

    Gc
    I use these people for all my spares, they are reliable, quick and well priced.
    http://www.af1racing.com/store/Scrip...?idCategory=28

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    i was told that after 06 the jet was made smaller 0.4 insted of 0.6 mm and it reduced the amount of oil bieng sprayed onto something. i got one but never fitted it and now i can't find it ffs. when i do i will fit it and let you know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OZMILLE View Post
    Hey Guys

    Let me throw a spanner in the theory.

    I run a heavy duty barnett clutch in my 2000 RSV, instantly after installing I could no longer shift into neutral at stop. I MUST now shift into neutral whilst rolling to s stop.

    I installed the JET40, and can positively state that this had NO effect on helping it get into neutral whilst still. Maybe its a good mod only if using the OEM clutch kit??

    Cheers
    Same result for me...when i bought the bike the first thing I did was buy one of the 40 jets and installed it....AND!!!

    ....it made no bloody difference, and this is with the OEM clutch in my bike...seems this is a hit and miss modification...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrRossi View Post
    I used a




    Dr Rossi are these official Aprilia tools .... can't seem to find them in the manual ..............lol

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    note the MPL mod too

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