Norton 961 2015 Sport Cylinder head heat sensor required.....

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Im looking for a cylinder temperature heat sensor for my 2015 Sport 961. Can anyone direct me to a source......
 
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Do you have the Bosch part number ? You can just on line search and you will find it. 0280130026
I have been using the Honeywell ES120-0030 it has better specifications - higher temp range 150C , available from www.onlinecomponents.com
 
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Do you have the Bosch part number ? You can just on line search and you will find it. 0280130026
I have been using the Honeywell ES120-0030 it has better specifications - higher temp range 150C , available from www.onlinecomponents.com
Tony. Thanks. I forgot what was said about the thread size. Would that fit my 2013 Sport? Currently have the Bosch.
 
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Im looking for a cylinder temperature heat sensor for my 2015 Sport 961. Can anyone direct me to a source......

Do you have the Bosch part number ? You can just on line search and you will find it. 0280130026
I have been using the Honeywell ES120-0030 it has better specifications - higher temp range 150C , available from www.onlinecomponents.com
 
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Do you have the Bosch part number ? You can just on line search and you will find it. 0280130026
I have been using the Honeywell ES120-0030 it has better specifications - higher temp range 150C , available from www.onlinecomponents.com
dont have the part number. are you using the Honeywell ES120-0030 on a Norton 961?
 
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Update on the Jumo sensor. Its a Norton specific part number with Jumo, and they wont sell to anyone but Norton. This is the latest revision sensor, and I found it to be the most dependable.
 
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That was my initial thought too. So I contacted RS-online, but they were unable to match all the specs of the Norton sensor (it looks identical apart from some of the numbers). From what it seems, the 902040 bit, just takes you to that "family" of sensors ie its not the specific part number.
So I emailed Jumo, a UK company. I never mentioned Norton, and I used my personal email address, not Motorvated's. I sent them pictures of every number on it, and asked if they could supply me the same. They replied with it being a Norton part and I would need to buy direct from Norton. I asked if they could spec anything else, apparently not...odd.
 
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Hi Stuart

Thank you for email.

This senor is only made for Norton Motorcycles and cannot be sold elsewhere.

Please contact Norton directly to source the parts"
 
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That was my initial thought too. So I contacted RS-online, but they were unable to match all the specs of the Norton sensor (it looks identical apart from some of the numbers). From what it seems, the 902040 bit, just takes you to that "family" of sensors ie its not the specific part number.
So I emailed Jumo, a UK company. I never mentioned Norton, and I used my personal email address, not Motorvated's. I sent them pictures of every number on it, and asked if they could supply me the same. They replied with it being a Norton part and I would need to buy direct from Norton. I asked if they could spec anything else, apparently not...odd.
Well that's just wonderful. Now if we could actually get parts from Norton ?
 
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