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Author: Subject: Fireblade 919 clutch
Hitchen92

posted on 3/7/19 at 06:48 PM Reply With Quote
Fireblade 919 clutch

Had to change the gear shaft selector on the fireblade due to it being bent so had to take the whole clutch out to get at it.

Itís all been put back together but the clutch now doesnít seem to work, any ideas as to why?

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OliilO

posted on 3/7/19 at 07:35 PM Reply With Quote
Assuming it is similar to a 954 clutch, is the actuator pin (that the cable attaches to) connected to the release pin in the centre of the clutch? I found it quite tricky to get them to engage and stay connected while getting the cover back on.

If you need to take the cover/casing off, you should be able to do it without dropping the oil by jacking the front end of the car up.

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Hitchen92

posted on 3/7/19 at 09:01 PM Reply With Quote
Will give it a try tomorrow...

Is the centre part of the clutch meant to spin freely (separate to the outer casing?)...

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OliilO

posted on 4/7/19 at 12:09 PM Reply With Quote
http://i94.photobucket.com/albums/l96/adrianstudios/DSCI0011-1.jpg

That's the part I was trying to explain.

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mark chandler

posted on 4/7/19 at 06:17 PM Reply With Quote
It's the same as above, you have to fit the cover with the arm open and snag the pin and use this to lever the cover into place then do up the bolts.
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