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Old November 4th @ 08:48 pm   #1
 
anyone got a "How To" for doin the clutch plates/springs on my R1?

 
 
Old November 5th @ 02:04 am   #2
 
Clutches suck to fix :/
 
 
Old November 5th @ 08:43 am   #3
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From: Syn City

Motorcycle: "R1"
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Originally Posted by woodpecker4life
anyone got a "How To" for doin the clutch plates/springs on my R1?
I have a factory service manual that gives you the step by step procedure. I am willing to loan it or help ya out.
 
 
Old November 5th @ 10:50 am   #4
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From: Tatooine

Motorcycle: a jet
Quote:
Originally Posted by Syrup
Clutches suck to fix :/
I've always thought clutches were easy

Just remember to drain your oil first
 
 
Old November 5th @ 11:39 am   #5
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Mr Pheer
Quote:
Originally Posted by Syrup
Clutches suck to fix :/
I've always thought clutches were easy

Just remember to drain your oil first
nah put rear whell on 2by4 block with it on the kick stand it tilts bike over enough all the oil runs to other side of the motor
 
 
Old November 5th @ 11:50 am   #6
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and to install a clutch is easy it takes about as long to explain as it dones to put in first soak the new frictions in new oil for 1 hr mininum remove right side fairing take of the clutch cable at the cover on engine loosen all the cover bolts rotate clutch rod arm backwards or normal travel to unlock the mechinism inside remove cover remove 5 or 6 bolts with the springs under them and take off pressure plate, note the order the plates come out friction steel friction steel. take new plates out of oil and reverse to intall tighten bolts with springs till they botton then torque to spec i think 4 ftlbs or 8ftlbs then put on cover and engage rod and puller rod mechinism put cover bolts back in tighten torque to 8ftlbs hook up cable and readjust put fairing on and ride
 
 
Old November 5th @ 03:54 pm   #7
 
cant flock that up....thanks.
 
 
Old November 6th @ 02:43 am   #8
 
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Originally Posted by woodpecker4life
cant frack that up....thanks.

:/ Don't, not good.
 
 
Old November 20th @ 02:05 pm   #9
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From: Deltona, Fl
IT is a fairly straight forward maint item, but if you have acccess to the manual, then use it to make sure you stay on track..
 
 
Old December 11th @ 05:59 pm   #10
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The only hard part is getting the damn retaining wire out and then aligning the clutch puller thingy when you put the cover back on. I've got a detailed picture how-to for an STM, and it covers how to disassemble the stock clutch. I'd post it but its 2MB... I'll PM it if I can.
 
 

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