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If you're talking about the clutch release fork, the transmission has to be removed if touvwantvto change it.

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I think by going to the larger diameter clutch, you have to use a different length clutch fork and maybe a different release bearing. The larger clutch requires that the fork must travel farther to release the clutch. If you use the same fork , the ratio is all wrong. I think a shorter fork is what is needed.

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