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07-29-2016 4:53 PM
IanDoohan
Re: cbr 900 rrt clutch plate cover

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Originally Posted by gavboy7 View Post
Nice one thankyou very much and by the way that is a banging blade, good work there fella.
Cheers Gav
07-29-2016 4:49 PM
gavboy7
Re: cbr 900 rrt clutch plate cover

Nice one thankyou very much and by the way that is a banging blade, good work there fella.
07-28-2016 3:09 PM
IanDoohan
Re: cbr 900 rrt clutch plate cover

Yup. Pull it right off with no worries:



07-28-2016 2:52 PM
gavboy7
Re: cbr 900 rrt clutch plate cover

Yeah I know that but there is the clutch cover which the clutch is behind. But on top of that a cover plate which just has a rubber seal no gasket it doesn't mention this in any manuals and just looks like a cover and nothing which has oil behind as there is no gasket. All the other models have a clutch cover. I was told it was just a cover to protect the actual clutch cover proper. Attachment 65169
07-28-2016 1:58 PM
rikk
Re: cbr 900 rrt clutch plate cover

yes, you have a wet clutch on your bike.
07-28-2016 1:34 PM
gavboy7
cbr 900 rrt clutch plate cover

Hi,

i wanted to change this on my blade , but im not sure if this has any oil behind it as there is a rubber seal. The Haynes manual doesnt mention this at all, any ideas as i dont want to take this off and be covered in oil.

thanks

Gavin.

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