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I just did the factory pro shift kit. But I have tried numerous times to get the clutch cover on right. Is there a technique to doing it? because I can just not get it on for the life of me. And when I am able to get it on it over reaches (the arm is at over 90 degrees) and will not disengage the clutch.
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I just did the factory pro shift kit. But I have tried numerous times to get the clutch cover on right. Is there a technique to doing it? because I can just not get it on for the life of me. And when I am able to get it on it over reaches (the arm is at over 90 degrees) and will not disengage the clutch.
When you're putting the cover on have the actuator arm parallel with the engine with the swivel to the left side, then as you push the cover on turn the actuator to the right and it should engage the lifter to allow the cover to close properly. It's trial and error to get it right. But that should do it, as long as the lifter is installed properly. The lifter goes in behind the pressure plate. A common mistake is to put it in after the pressure plate is on.

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Re: Clutch cover install

having the same problem what do mean by parallel? Thanks in advance.
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When you're putting the cover on have the actuator arm parallel with the engine with the swivel to the left side, then as you push the cover on turn the actuator to the right and it should engage the lifter to allow the cover to close properly. It's trial and error to get it right. But that should do it, as long as the lifter is installed properly. The lifter goes in behind the pressure plate. A common mistake is to put it in after the pressure plate is on.
Thanks for the help. when I was in there I also installed the factory pro shift star and arm. But I got it back together. But now it won't shift past 2nd gear. Unfortunately the Dealership wont touch it because it has no VIN even though I have the paperwork (Pink slip, Reg etc.)

So its gonna sit until I can take it into CHP

For those wondering the bike is a theft recovery (stolen from in front of my parents while I was in Texas). VIN of collar shaved off so need to go to CHP to get a new VIN plate riveted on by them
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