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Hi my rr08 had the clutch recall fitted four months ago. sume 800klm later it has started with a vibration that go´s when the clutch lever is plulled. after three returns to Honda´s shop and the old clutch reinstalled it still have the vibration fron 4.5k revs up. can anyone say what needs to be done the cure it? many thanks in advance Ivan

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It's pu tof ballance somehow. Try a different shop. If they can't get it right in 4 try's, never go there again.

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