Question about 2007 Harley Davidson FLHRS Road King Custom
How do i replace the clutch pack
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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There are to different adjustments you can make. The most common adjustment made is on the clutch cable under the rubber boot real easy to figure out once you slide the boot off. The second is at your ramp and ball. I don't ride a RK so I don't know the exact method, but if you stop by your local library they might have a manuel that explains it in detail. My library does.
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
I hope you are speaking of the ECM, otherwise my advice may not be of any value. First if you have any modifications to the bike such as pipes & air cleaner, etc. then your issue would be magnified. The information in your "computer" as it relates to how the bike runs is called a MAP. The map defines idle speed, desired air fuel ratio (AFR), rev limit, monitors O2 sensor information, and much, much more. So if the MAP is say for a stock bike and yours has pipes, etc. then it will run poorly. I would call the dealer that replaced the part for you and ask if they downloaded the right MAP for your bike.
Without special equipment (i.e Screamin Eagle Race Tuner SERT) you cannot make changes yourself.
Please start with the call to the dealer and please post your results for us. Thanks and hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
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I've never soaked the clutch plates as in the shop environment, I don't have the time. I put about an inch of oil in a flat pan and flip the plates in it like turning a pancake over. Once fully oiled on each side, I put the clutch pac together. I put Locktite 242 (blue) one each of the bolts and torque them to 10 foot pounds if they are 1/4" bolts, 20 foot pounds if they are 5/16" bolts.
Posted on Mar 02, 2010
This is indeed an unusual problem for such a late model bike. The old Shovelheads used to do this from time to time but Harley quit building them in 1984. I've never had an Evo or Twin Cam bike come in with this problem.
However, what we used to do with the Shovelhead clutches is to take the clutch apart, clean the disc off with gasoline, and lightly sand the disc. The disc would get a glaze on them and gasoline was the only thing that would take it off. You had to be very careful due to the volatility of the gasoline.
Doing this may or may not be within your capabilities to repair. It would require that you remove the outer primary cover and disassemble the clutch assembly. You could try that if you wish but like I said earlier, this is a problem that I've never run across since the introduction of the Evo engine and the clutch assembly they employed after that. Make sure you check the tension on the primary chain and the oil level in the primary case.
Posted on May 27, 2010
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