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rwd69

posted on 19/2/20 at 06:19 PM Reply With Quote
ZZR11OO Clutch

Im using a ZZR1100 engine. What id like to know if anyone has used this engine what did you do out the clutch operation as its hydraulic. Is there a conversion to be able to use a cable or is there a suitable sized master cylinder I could use
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russbost

posted on 20/2/20 at 09:42 AM Reply With Quote
With a bike engine the best master cylinder is always the one off the bike, I believe all ZZR1100, ZX10 (89-90) & ZZR1200 (NOT Zx12!) are the same, fairly simply to adapt to a pedal box.





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rwd69

posted on 21/2/20 at 08:23 PM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by russbost
With a bike engine the best master cylinder is always the one off the bike, I believe all ZZR1100, ZX10 (89-90) & ZZR1200 (NOT Zx12!) are the same, fairly simply to adapt to a pedal box.


Ok Do you have any info, photos etc on ways of doing it ? Thanks

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russbost

posted on 24/2/20 at 09:35 AM Reply With Quote
Ok, so first I removed a section from the front of the cylinder so it has a flat face

[img] Modified M/Cyl
Modified M/Cyl
[/img]

Welded a bracket to the front of existing pedal box to accept the new cylinder

[img] Bracket to front of pedal box
Bracket to front of pedal box
[/img]

slimmed & rounded off the existing pushrod for the car cylinder


[img] Pushrod thro' pedal box frontplate
Pushrod thro' pedal box frontplate
[/img]

Cylinders all in place from above

[img] Pedal box
Pedal box
[/img]

& from the side

[img] pedal box clutch
pedal box clutch
[/img]

This is on my own bespoke pedal box for the Furore, but principle is identical on any pedal box





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Rod Ends

posted on 24/2/20 at 04:51 PM Reply With Quote
Or use a bike rear brake master cylinder: www.locostbuilders.co.uk/viewthread.php?tid=175321
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rwd69

posted on 24/2/20 at 06:25 PM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by russbost
Ok, so first I removed a section from the front of the cylinder so it has a flat face

[img] Modified M/Cyl
Modified M/Cyl
[/img]

Welded a bracket to the front of existing pedal box to accept the new cylinder

[img] Bracket to front of pedal box
Bracket to front of pedal box
[/img]

slimmed & rounded off the existing pushrod for the car cylinder


[img] Pushrod thro' pedal box frontplate
Pushrod thro' pedal box frontplate
[/img]

Cylinders all in place from above

[img] Pedal box
Pedal box
[/img]

& from the side

[img] pedal box clutch
pedal box clutch
[/img]

This is on my own bespoke pedal box for the Furore, but principle is identical on any pedal box


Thanks for that. That's give me a good idea on how to sort it now. Much appreciated

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rwd69

posted on 24/2/20 at 06:26 PM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Rod Ends
Or use a bike rear brake master cylinder: www.locostbuilders.co.uk/viewthread.php?tid=175321


I did think of that But was unsure wether it would work

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