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    OSSA Factory 300i

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  1. Morning,

    I recently purchased an Ossa 280I for a great deal (I think) that has been crashed. Needs a Kickstarter and some other parts and pieces.  reaching out to you to see if you know of any dealers in Canada Preferably around the west coast but I cant be picky. also any sites you know of for Serial number decoding on these units? i was told its a 2013 but i want to confirm. i will be receiving the sales paperwork in a few weeks but it would be good to know now.

    let me know,

    Thanks 

     

  2. canada280i

    K-Scan for Ossa

    nice!......always interested in new maps to try!
  3. lineaway sounds right, what happens if you rotate the lever one notch forward, does it go straight back to the correct position then?
  4. canada280i

    a smoky TR280i

    post a pic of how much smoke you have, if it is much more than a car exhaust type smoke, and you are not running it at 25:1 mix, the it could be a problem
  5. canada280i

    K-Scan for Ossa

    Cables $30 from the supplier named elsewhere in this forum, I bought one as a spare set.
  6. Quick rub with a bit of wet and dry and be good as new!
  7. canada280i

    Sticky kicker

    Konrad, in you pic above it looks like the shift lever is rubbing on your case, get yourself a shift lever from a gas gas pro, fits straight on and clears the case easily, especially if you have a flywheel weight and spacer
  8. canada280i

    Sticky kicker

    Pics of the inside of your case....sounds like the spring is slipping somehow check the inside case casting where the loop fits to make sure the casting that holds the rubber stopper in place has not worn or cracked which would allow the loop to slip down past the rubber thus leading to the original issue again
  9. That just seems stupid of Xiu to sell the pack without the correct fingers, they should have included them and charged a little more to make the kit a straight bolt on mod
  10. People should invest $30 in a lead like this https://elmwoodelectronics.ca/products/ftdi-serial-ttl-232-usb-cable tested elsewhere in the ossa forum and confirmed to work, remapping is quite straightforward once the connection between the ecu and computer is made
  11. On my current 300 at the moment I only use the termignoni map, I do have 2 loaded but can’t remember which other I put on! Slotting the hall sensor to modify the timing was the biggest change that smoothed things out for me
  12. Excellent document konrad. Your reference to moving a pin on the ecu, this was a mod for the early bikes that allowed the use of the dual mapping switch that was not available initially. I did that mod on my 2011 model when the dual map switch became available and the dealer loaded both up for me.....although the differences were only slight
  13. It is only a quadrant gear rotating the flywheel so rotating 5he gear lever beyond the useable stroke would not do the engine any good. Not ideal hitting the peg hangar but nothing to be done unless you put a rubber tube over the shaft to soften the blow
  14. Just pulled my ossa out, dusted it off after a year without being started and it started on the 4th kick, set them up right and they start just like any other bike
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