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Location of slave cylindar on 1994 vt1100 shadow

Where is the clutch located, on which side of the v-twin?

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The clutch is on the right side of the bike behind a cover with the Honda logo that has 7 hex screws. The rear master is just to the rear of it.
Hope this helps

Posted on Mar 11, 2009

  • Ale? Ogrin Jun 23, 2014

    Yes, the clutch is on the right side, but slave cylinder is on the left and connects to clutch with push rod


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