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Sateme
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Oil line...

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Hi.
I have recently seen that this piece of the oil circuit does not fit in all Paso 750. In which versions were they mounted and what was their purpose?
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paso750
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Re: Oil line...

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The answer is none. The same seller has a few other parts that are supposed to be Paso parts but aren't.
Sateme
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Re: Oil line...

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But I have seen this engine with this part, like the one in the image.
It comes out of the lower radiator oil tube and goes to the rear of the crankcase.

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Re: Oil line...

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I stand corrected. Good eye! I've never ever seen or heard about that. By the looks of it the line is 20-30cm long. What is there to connect it to?! :huh:
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Sateme
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Re: Oil line...

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It goes to the rear crankcase bolt, where the anti-rebound brake bar bracket goes (look at the red line, that's the way). In this case it will be drilled.
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