tearing my rig down for a clutch replacement quick ?

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tearing my rig down for a clutch replacement quick ?

Post by flying eyeball » Sun May 18, 2014 4:54 pm

is the clutch arm supposed to be outside(inboard) of the speedo cable?

or is that only on the newer rigs

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Re: tearing my rig down for a clutch replacement quick ?

Post by rivers » Sun May 18, 2014 5:40 pm

Don't know if it varies from year to year but on both my 06 and 011 the clutch cable is outboard of the speedo cable housing. Can't swear to originality on the 06(bought it used) but the on the 011 that's the way it came when new from the dealer.
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Re: tearing my rig down for a clutch replacement quick ?

Post by seeker » Sun May 18, 2014 5:51 pm

my 08 is on the outside if the speed o meter cable and when it's at rest. it;s halfway between the donut and cable and ,it;s not going to open fully... I am waiting new longer rod. So it be back over the donut and have a full forward pull to open the clutch right up when the clutch leveler is pulled in.

Check out the early clutch reports for clutch slipping cause by the swing now not pushing the rod deep enough. You find a lot of pictures posted. Seems with the new plates you need a longer rod to get the clearances in the clutch so its does not heat at stops or lights. It only as to touch lightly to hear up with hardly a forward pull.
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Re: tearing my rig down for a clutch replacement quick ?

Post by nbsdave » Sun May 18, 2014 8:57 pm

rivers wrote:Don't know if it varies from year to year but on both my 06 and 011 the clutch cable is outboard of the speedo cable housing. Can't swear to originality on the 06(bought it used) but the on the 011 that's the way it came when new from the dealer.

same here for my '11
clutch cable outboard of the speedo cable

by the way, how 'bout pics of the clutch change as it progresses?
it'd be good to see what you go through to do it
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Re: tearing my rig down for a clutch replacement quick ?

Post by flying eyeball » Sun May 18, 2014 9:10 pm

Thanks for the info fellas...

In all the pics I found 90% of them were on the outside, the ones that were not were 650's.

I've got the arm out and cleaned up, I'll take a couple pics.
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Re: tearing my rig down for a clutch replacement quick ?

Post by flying eyeball » Sun May 18, 2014 9:19 pm

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