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Sorry, for some reason I thought this was a V7 I'll go back and have a squizz and reacquaint my self with the thread.If it's a Stelvio it's a right frontbottom of a job.[Snip]Pete
Yes, it is...
You had to pull the donk on yours at one point didn't you Wayne? It really is a hateful job.
Hey Shaun, are bugs an issue? Note the fly swat.
Hey Gunga, you're brave!
I found getting the motor out of the Stelvio more of a pain in the arse than doing the crank up rebuild. Once the lump was on the bench it was a breeze, biggest time consumer was all the measuring and checking. If you're just doing the clutch there's no need to strip anything.Since the plate has obviously disintegrated it may well of damaged the whole assembly. I'd just bite the bullet and buy a complete clutch and flywheel, if you do that you get the deliciously light pull of the Cali 14 unit. If you decide to go that way let me know immediately and I'll slip the clutch depth tool and all four pushrods in a bag and get 'em over to you. It'll save farting about.Pete
2A000107 is the latest supercession.Buy it in the USA and its $595. Over here theywat over $1200 AU for it!I've got an early clutch in stock you can have for $500 if you like. Heavier spring though.Pete
Does the same hold true for the Griso 8v? (dismantling the bike to this degree to remove the transmission?) How about for the older 2v 1200? In my case the 1200 Sport? I've only pulled one bike tranny, and that was on my R100GS airhead. Dirty job, but not too difficult. Engine stayed bolted to the frame. and bike remained on its center stand.
Basically yes. Griso and Sport are both easier than a Stelvio though as there is so much less extraneous crap hanging off them and the heads aren't bolted to the frame.
Are those bolts in the heads, or cylinders?As in, will I need to pull the tank to install kit C?
Jeez, it's hard to remember details like this. I'll have a look at my pics. I seem to remember I had to sort of twist it out. Make sure all the cables for stuff like the oil pressure switch and all the alternator crap are out of the way. Neutral light switch wire needs disconnecting too and is easy to miss. Clutch slave is a right royal PITA too.Pete
Okay, found the neutral switch. Not easy to get to, either! Is this just a spade connector, or something I'm going to need to get a wrench on? There is a boot covering it, and I don't want to start prying on it until I know what it is.Thanks!Shaun
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