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Replacing clutch on honda cbr1000rr 07

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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  • humble_nour Jan 24, 2009

    I have inspected the clutches they seem to be fine I put them back but now the bike wont go at all. the clutches were dry so i soaked thim in oil first.


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Should be opposite of the "drive chain,or shaft"side,it's a big cover!,check for diagrams.

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  • laz lan Jan 24, 2009

    steel and fabric first plates varry with every bike.
    if you have an aluminium pressure plate,it should end up as fabric under it!!


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