MZ Baghira - Technical Data, Service Specifications, Parts.

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Re: MZ Baghira - Technical Data, Service Specifications, Parts.

Postby macsquirty » Sat Sep 18, 2010 3:08 pm

Hi, thought i would chuck this in the mix......

Gear change lever and linkage is almost identical to the CB250 set......slight modification if memory serves me was to cut the thread on both sides a little to make it a snug fit, for me i prefer this pedal as the pedal itself is larger than the factory one which is better for my size 11's and the cost for a good conditioned second was only £20 from a main dealer.

Still got the bike on an 02 and still looking for ways to improve with minimal £££'s so i will stay posted.

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Re: MZ Baghira - Technical Data, Service Specifications, Parts.

Postby Nesim » Thu Jan 20, 2011 11:05 pm

macsquirty wrote:Gear change lever and linkage is almost identical to the CB250 set......slight modification if memory serves me was to cut the thread on both sides a little to make it a snug fit, for me i prefer this pedal as the pedal itself is larger than the factory one which is better for my size 11's and the cost for a good conditioned second was only £20 from a main dealer.
Hi, look what I've found. I'm not sure about dimensions but its just like my gear lever:
http://www.wemoto.com/parts/picture/HL-543835/
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Re: MZ Baghira - Technical Data, Service Specifications, Par

Postby samandkimberly » Fri Feb 10, 2012 3:26 pm

The BMW front brake switch to use on the Baghira is 61 31 1 244 070. It is way higher quality than the KTM/OE one, fits just as well and cost less than 15USD. Just installed one today.

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Re: MZ Baghira - Technical Data, Service Specifications, Par

Postby cat » Sun Nov 04, 2012 4:02 pm

:smt006
Added to .zip file: MZ Baghira 660 - Fasteners.htm
(Tightening torque (as per Owners Manual) and sizes)
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Re: MZ Baghira - Technical Data, Service Specifications, Par

Postby handsomejackuk » Sat Jan 05, 2013 8:00 pm

Nesim wrote:
macsquirty wrote:Gear change lever and linkage is almost identical to the CB250 set......slight modification if memory serves me was to cut the thread on both sides a little to make it a snug fit, for me i prefer this pedal as the pedal itself is larger than the factory one which is better for my size 11's and the cost for a good conditioned second was only £20 from a main dealer.
Hi, look what I've found. I'm not sure about dimensions but its just like my gear lever:
http://www.wemoto.com/parts/picture/HL-543835/


anyone confirm this gear lever to work on a baghira ?????

as i really fed up with my sloppy lever
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Re: MZ Baghira - Technical Data, Service Specifications, Par

Postby Chalks » Sun Jan 06, 2013 5:18 pm

:smt006 Just discovered that a Baggy neutral light switch is the same as a Yamaha DT125 (2005) & scored one off fleacebay for £10, Bargain!

Also a good online parts catalouge for cross referencing part numbers for 660 compatibility :

http://www.yamaha-motor.eu/uk/informati ... logue.aspx
then click the link for
Yamaha Online Parts Catalouge.
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Re: MZ Baghira - Technical Data, Service Specifications, Par

Postby handsomejackuk » Sun Jan 06, 2013 6:33 pm

gave up on my gear lever today, and ground off the effort, and removed the springer..., and shunned it up and nut and bolted it up... result no play and a non folding gear leverish.... just got to shun up the mechanism effort on the frame to get rid of lateral, and longitudinal play. on the thingy.. should be better then..... and get a new ball joint malarky as there is some play in there that needs shunning up too...

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