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Re: Clutch replacement CBR919RR SC33
yes mister Doohan, I was fully aware of the pulling pin going first in. Also checked the bearing, it was fine. I was also fully aware of the first less broad friction disk and the stutter spring and on the base ring it rests on. Also I used motul semi synthetic 10W40 oil, also the A-ring first plate on top of all the other friction(B-rings and steel rings I placed according to the workshop manual, those steel rings looked very good and fitted in perfectly. I soaked the plates for a few hours in the oil. Also the lever to pull the pulling pin, I turned clockwise to pick up the pulling pin. I felt that it picked it up. But I definitely done something wrong because after reassembly and readjusting the clutch cable accordingly to a partzilla video, the clutch seemed to disengage, but shifting the gears into first, neutral or second was horrible and nearly impossible to do which worked like a charm a few hours before putting in the new cbr919rr sc33A clutch pack(especially picked from a very specialized website.
There is something I missed completely. But when I see those movies on youtube, it seems that I didn't miss a single thing.