|By Jamsfalco on Friday, July 26, 2002 - 03:16 am:|
Having spent some time phoning around breakers for Falco parts the answer i get is
`dont get many Falcos mate but i have Mille parts on the shelf are they the same?`
unfortunately i have no idea so can we start some sort of reference list?
I am aware that the Mille swinging arm is a straight swop for the Falco unit. Does this mean that the rear wheel is a straight swop? would the Mille front wheel fit also? Would this include the `R` wheels ? Will the Falco shock or the mille shock need to be fitted after this conversion?
Apparently it is well documented that the Mille shock (with a little modification) will fit the Falco.
This sort of information will go along way to iether upgrading the falco (argumentitive comment) or indeed making that DIY repair considerably cheaper.
|By Befbever on Friday, July 26, 2002 - 05:39 am:|
I would suspect the Falco shock. Check this site to make sure.
|By Scotteq on Friday, July 26, 2002 - 06:51 am:|
Engine, Forks, Wheels, Guages, Triple Clamps, Computer, Airbox, Throttle Bodies, handlebars levers, switchgear, rear linkage, and Brakes.
You can even install a Mille shock on the Falco: just be careful about clearance on the filling valve located on the reservoir - You may have to file it down a little. A Mille swinger bolts on as well.
|By Scotteq on Friday, July 26, 2002 - 06:55 am:|
[quote]I am aware that the Mille swinging arm is a straight swop for the Falco unit.[/quote]
If you're going to get the swinger, get the Mille shock as well. It's much better than the OEM Falco one.
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