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Old 26-Nov-2006, 12:19 AM
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Hi, This isn't a business.....I do this for FUN but if you send me your clutch housing (outer engine cover ) i can rework it to match my works corsa cover for 30 plus p+p. I did this to my own cover, but then bought a "works magnesium corsa part" I am a craftsman and if i do say so myself i couldn't tell the difference.....apart from the weight! P.M me if your interested, This goes for anybody on the list. I also know where you can get the correct shade of green or "baby **** yellow" paint! to match the works bike of the year of your bike. No vat he doesn't need to know.
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P.S. this's not the outer cover but the main cutch housing!


Steve, can you post a pic of your machined clutch housing, Ive got one I could have done!
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Old 26-Nov-2006, 01:26 AM
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My clutch bling on my old 749s, not everyones cup of tea and most will say the carbon gives no protection in a spill .... but I like it.
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Old 26-Nov-2006, 08:31 AM
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don't forget to mention when ordering that you have a 748R. the slipper clutch takes a different pressure plate without the teeth on the back. other than that, the springs and cover are the same. oh yeah, speedy moto gear is really good kit.
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Old 26-Nov-2006, 04:07 PM
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Hi khu996, I'll get my wife to take some pictures and try to work out how to put them up on here.
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Old 27-Nov-2006, 10:51 PM
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Here's The Piccie's

Here's The Pictures Of My Re-worked Clutch Housing As Promised.
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Old 28-Nov-2006, 12:28 AM
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Hi, so what do you lads think?....It's not very shiney, but "works" housing, STM Slipper clutch, s/steel springs, MPL Titanium faced basket,alloy kevlar plates and "works" RS 996 steel outer cover!.......Not the flashest looking set-up but it works
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PS, Not to mention the works/corsa 926cc (888) carbon footrests!!!

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Old 28-Nov-2006, 12:41 AM
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Hi, This isn't a business.....I do this for FUN but if you send me your clutch housing (outer engine cover ) i can rework it to match my works corsa cover for 30 plus p+p. I did this to my own cover, but then bought a "works magnesium corsa part" I am a craftsman and if i do say so myself i couldn't tell the difference.....apart from the weight! P.M me if your interested, This goes for anybody on the list. I also know where you can get the correct shade of green or "baby **** yellow" paint! to match the works bike of the year of your bike. No vat he doesn't need to know.
Steve
P.S. this's not the outer cover but the main cutch housing!

Hi

Does anyone know Steve or have any contact details for him? I have been emailing him to discuss getting this done but with no response yet?

Cheers

Chris
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Old 29-Dec-2006, 03:33 PM
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try sending Mr.R a PM, i just did


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Old 29-Dec-2006, 03:57 PM
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May one be so bold as to suggest a D.P clutch cover with a red presure plate and S/S spring caps with socket head cap screws, or a good equivalent such as JHP.
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