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aftermarket front sprocket cover?

Does anyone have or know of a aftermarket front (countershaft) sprocket cover for the 1000rr? Something either "open" to view the sprocket and chain or something with "slash" cuts in it..... The open version would be idea for quick sprocket changes....
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Re: aftermarket front sprocket cover?

can you modify your stock on? Or just take it off?
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Re: aftermarket front sprocket cover?

You could probably use a dremel and cut out the center portion of the cover...thus, exposing the sprocket and chain.....
Guess that would work.

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Re: aftermarket front sprocket cover?

most people just cut the center out

i know on the 1000RR you cant take it off because the clutch slave cylinder attaches to it
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Re: aftermarket front sprocket cover?

Yeah....the clutch slave attaches BUT what about this?
On the 1000rr --- The clutch slave base is attached to the front sprocket cover. So -- What about just ditching the front sprocket cover altogether and just installing an individual clutch slave & housing? See pics. Would this work?
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