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Forum Name: Alternative parts
Forum Description: Many parts can be found elsewhere at far lower prices.
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Topic: Cali ev fiat oil pressure switch
Posted By: cugsy
Subject: Cali ev fiat oil pressure switch
Date Posted: 16 Apr 2019 at 07:21
Self explanatory really...anyone got a part number or is it another call to gutsibits?  Ta john

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Due to italian electrickery I am saying nowt. Despite nearly giving the Vstrom away the honda has gone...



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Posted By: Brian UK
Date Posted: 16 Apr 2019 at 07:49
Look in the alternative parts section. I'm sure it's mentioned there.


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Brian.

Better 5 minutes late in this world than years early in the next.


Posted By: johnno
Date Posted: 16 Apr 2019 at 10:19
OPS2040 off ebay

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1100 sport corsa , Yam R1, guzzi 650tt rider


Posted By: cugsy
Date Posted: 18 Apr 2019 at 23:26
Straight swap Johnno?

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Posted By: johnno
Date Posted: 18 Apr 2019 at 23:59
Worked for me , straight swap on 1100 sport , T5 and if I remember correctly my small block as well

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1100 sport corsa , Yam R1, guzzi 650tt rider


Posted By: cugsy
Date Posted: 19 Apr 2019 at 09:20
Ordered.

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Posted By: cugsy
Date Posted: 28 Apr 2019 at 12:45
Bugger....21mm deep socket to get the original switch out and the replacement is a 1" with a longer body/thread...Not going in

The original is on the left and the new one on the right.  I don't think it will fit before oil pisses past the threads.


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Posted By: Brian UK
Date Posted: 28 Apr 2019 at 13:02
All those pictured on Ebay searching for OPS2040 don't look like the one you got.

Did you see this?
http://www.guzziriders.org/oil-pressure-sender_topic65.html" rel="nofollow - http://www.guzziriders.org/oil-pressure-sender_topic65.html


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Brian.

Better 5 minutes late in this world than years early in the next.


Posted By: cugsy
Date Posted: 28 Apr 2019 at 14:36
I did see that Brian. I suppose i should have taken the old one out first to see what it looks like. Mind yew - £4 posted against £9 plus post maks a muckle ye ken!  Oh well
 



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Posted By: johnno
Date Posted: 28 Apr 2019 at 14:49
sh*t , the ones I got look like yours 

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1100 sport corsa , Yam R1, guzzi 650tt rider


Posted By: Brian UK
Date Posted: 28 Apr 2019 at 17:05
The early and late pressure switches on Guzzis are the same fitting, but have different electrical connectors. Not an insurmountable difference.


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Brian.

Better 5 minutes late in this world than years early in the next.


Posted By: cugsy
Date Posted: 11 May 2019 at 14:08
As James May would say - cock!  Correct switch? Looks like it...bit longer thread? Yesss....and its tapered. Goes from 11.90mm to 12.5mm. Bugger.  Bugger...

Looks like I'm starting a collection. So, Gutsibits for the correct one then. Shoulda woulda coulda gone there first, but who does that?  
 
While I'm here, (dare I ask?) any parts numbers for the air temp and oil temp sensor? Gutsibits is pricey preciousssss....


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Posted By: Brian UK
Date Posted: 11 May 2019 at 14:34
Do you have reason to think they are faulty?


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Brian.

Better 5 minutes late in this world than years early in the next.


Posted By: cugsy
Date Posted: 11 May 2019 at 14:58
Not yet Brian. I've read a few bits on here about the air temp sensor fooling the fueling (er..ha ha..) and having the bike run rich, which mine is. 35 mpg on a bimble. 

I'm actually assuming the worst and why not? I'm off to the garage to check the oil sensor 'cos I can see that one.  Mind you - what does it actually do? There's no way of seeing the oil temp is there? 

if I can get to the air temp sensor I'll check that too.  Theres a post somewhere on resistance and temp


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Posted By: cugsy
Date Posted: 11 May 2019 at 16:19
Me again. Just come out of the garage after checking the oil temp sensor. 4.22Kohms at about 18-20 degrees or maybe less. Its quite cool in the garage (in the temperature sense - otherwise nerdy!) and this reading tallies with what I found. What I didn't expect was the emulsified poop covering the sensor. I cleaned it and checked it. Happy with that.  BUT, not happy with all of the mayonnaise in the 2 rocker covers. I've cleaned them out and I'm guessing that short journeys are strangling the poor old girl.

Another italian tune up seems in orderBig smile

Just need the oil temp switchCry


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Posted By: Chris A
Date Posted: 11 May 2019 at 17:45
If you getting mayo she needs to have much longer runs Cugsy...clean all the spoodge out and then an hours thrash should do it Wink


Posted By: Brian UK
Date Posted: 11 May 2019 at 18:27
That mayo on the engine temp sender might well be insulating it from the heat all around. This makes the ECU think the engine is cool so makes the mixture more rich.

All these temp senders seem to be the same electrically, same resistance for given temparature.


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Brian.

Better 5 minutes late in this world than years early in the next.


Posted By: Mike H
Date Posted: 12 May 2019 at 22:55
Temporary slight diversion off topic, reminds me about commuting 1 & 1/4 miles each way on my Triumph 750 5 days a week. During the winter time, every Saturday I had to replace the primary chaincase oil, the 'old' always came out looking like dirty cream.




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Posted By: Ken-Guzzibear
Date Posted: 13 May 2019 at 09:39
Could be wrong part in the box never had an issue replacing mine Never had that longer one arrive instead of the short one, only differences are some have bullet connector others spade easily resolved, Top tip Don't cut the wire make a jumper male spade to female bullet and insulate it .... i keep that jumper in the wee tool kit just in case ...I also add thread tape to threads 

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Posted By: cugsy
Date Posted: 13 May 2019 at 09:49
Both wrong ken. Gutsibits then. Less grief

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Posted By: Ken-Guzzibear
Date Posted: 13 May 2019 at 10:07
intermotor part 50570 fits  the this has spade connector the OPS 2040 has bullet connector this will go on all these  V35-50-850 and 1100 motors do you need the short one ? That long one you got is the wrong switch in the box it happens, had a brake caliper delivered last year for a car right part, but different part in the box ?  A search on E-Bay for OPS 2040 shows the short stubby switch ....

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