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The sprocket for the chain from the engine is it a left hand thread on an FZR1000 ie smallest spocket or righthand thread

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NO, it is not. It is RH thread.

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  2. Drain the engine oil.
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Fig. Remove the jackshaft sprocket-4.0L SOHC Engine 2000-2001
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To install:

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Then take the derby cover off the primary and remove the spring and locknut for the clutch adjustment. Remove the screws from around the primary and break it loose from the engine. Turn the clutch adjustment screw clockwise while removing the primary cover. Lay the primary cover aside.

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