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hey everyone, i am a complete noob to this forum but have been riding for the last while. i got a dirt bike off a friend to do up for him, its a cagiva 125.... but thats all i can find out about it... im going to put up a picture of it to see if you can help identify it and the frame number doesnt take the normal form of 2 letters and 4 numbers...
and aswell as that the water pump seals are rotten and is letting water get into the oil which isnt good at all, so i went to take it off and i was told i have to take off the clutch cover to take out the water pump, so i was doing that but it was jammed on!! spent about an hour wriggling it off but it will only get about 5mm out round the top left side and the bottom right wants to come off so it feels like the water pump isnt letting it come off. after looking up a few videos about it on other makes of bikes ( because i couldnt find any on cagiva) they have a bolt in the middle of the propeller... mine doesnt. so is it ment to screw off, or is the bolt broken off or am i not taking the cover off right? or even in identifying the bike!!
In 1978 Cagiva entered the motorcycle business with two racing motorcycles ridden by Gianfranco Bonera and Marco Lucchinelli. In the same year it bought a factory in Schiranna, Varese from AMF-Harley Davidson and went into motorcycle production. By 1979 the company reached an annual production of 40,000 motorbikes, with eight models powered by two-stroke engines ranging from 125 cc to 350 cc.
anyways thats the best i got for now. Hope this some what helps
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