Hello not sure which side cover the clutches are behind the brake side or the gear leaver side. Also there are 2 different types of clutch fibers on the cbr clutch replacements not sure which one goes first or last. if some one can shed some light on this for me it would be greatly appreciated.
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Its not to bad .You will need to purchase a shift shaft a shift shaft seal and a primary cover gasket and oil.First drain your oil.Remove your kick starter .Remove your primary cover.Remove entire clutch assembly.You will need air gun or a clutch holding tool to remove the clutch.Once you have the clutch assembly removed yuo can remove the shift shaft .Pay attention to the postion of the shift shaft in relation to the shift drum .Also pay attention to any shims on the shift shaft as that will need to be installed on the new one.Now remove the seal that the shaft was coming out of.Replace the seal install the new shift shaft.Make sure to center it in relation to the shift drum.clean every thing with brake cleaner.clean gasket area .Install the clutch assembly .If you have any trouble with the oriantation of the parts you can look at world of power sports for parts diagrams.Make sure you tighten the clutch hub to the proper torque spec.I would use blue loc tight on the nut as well .If you have a shop do it expect to pay about 2 hours labor max.Plus parts
Drain the oil. Its best to have the bike slightly lower in
the front on a jack or stand so the oil will drain out completely.
Removing the filler cap will allow the oil to drain quickly.
Remove the crankcase cover to access the clutch. Inspect the gasket and replace if needed.
Remove the clutch housing cover with a ratchet and socket.
Loosen the bolts on the pressure plate in a criss-cross
pattern. Be careful when removing them as they have springs behind them.
Slide the pressure plate out and be careful to catch the lifter behind
Remove the friction plates and the judder springs from the
clutch housing. Take a picture with a camera or make a drawing detailing
how they are positioned so you won't get confused when you reinstall
Replace the worn parts and reverse the steps above to
reinstall. Consult your service manual for the proper torque when
tightening the bolts on the pressure and friction plate.
Check and make sure there is 2 mm to 4 mm of free play in
the clutch lever to avoid wear on the clutch plates. Replace the oil,
clean up your area, fire up your bike and hit the trails.
chances are the gear selecter shaft was pushed in when it went over and possibly jammed the selector fork remove the clutch cover and have a look you might get away with just knocking it back into place if nothings been damaged
On most bikes, there is a rod going down the center of the clutch. The lever on the case pushes this rod in when you squeeze the lever on the handlebar. If the rod going through the clutch will not move, the clutch will not release. It doesn't move very much, maybe a few millimeters. If you cannot remove the rod[you may have to use a magnet to pull it out] then the rod is bent. This could have happened if you assembled the new clutch incorrectly. If the sequence during reassembly was wrong, the disks were jammed. When you squeezed the clutch lever, something had to give. The clutch rod.
Hi! Brake issue should clear with use however as it is a floating caliper you may want to strip it and cleaning out any **** from behind the pads, alternativly and being carefull use a quality rubber mallet and tap the outside of the caliper a few times apply the brake and do it again until the resistance is lost when pushing the bike forward and applying then releasing the front brake.
Sounds like clutch problem regarding No gears, if it has a duplex or even triplex chain these can break. If direct drive then clutch centre may have detatched leaving plates in limbo. if the plates were stuck together you would get gears. Without engine running push into any gear rock bike forward and backward if engine turns then keep clutch lever in and keep rocking this may free em off if not take cluctch cover off and release them.
Hope this helPS! Good luck!