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Thanks for your solution for my aprilia, in fact the voltage regulator is damager, I'm looking for a replacement right now. Also I have a problem with the rear brake master cylinder, I'm not having enough pressure for braking, do you know if brembo have repair kits?, or do I need to get a new cylinder?...thanks!.

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Hi again,

Appreciate the postback.

Since the bike has been in storage for sometime, it would be to your advantage to "overhaul"/rebuilt the rear brake system. Brembo would have repair kits available and are available online.

Cheers.

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Remove the shield saddle. Remove the inner shield. Working on both sides, unscrew and remove the six screws (1) and the two screws (2).
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Working on both sides, unscrew and remove the two screws (3).
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Remove the center console (4).
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Hi,
This is the right regulator for Atlantic 500 2004
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