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Old 01-Aug-2006, 08:21 PM
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Question 749R slipper clutch pressure plate measurement required ?

can anyone who has a put billet pressure plate on a 749R let me know what the dimension the diameter of the internal bit without the teeth is please on the billet replacement or on your original one
so I can get the teeth machine out of my JHP plate please ?
thanks
as my bike is not here to measure the original one

does this make any sense ?
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Old 01-Aug-2006, 08:38 PM
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I machined mine out so you could just still see the teeth on the outside (1.5mm /2.0mm of the teeth left)and just touched on the internal face with a nice new tipped boring bar. Worked mint

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Anyway where is your bike ?not more bits getting added ?
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Old 01-Aug-2006, 11:04 PM
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If you put a proper clutch in it...it would come allready machined.............
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AndyB - you n your 'proper clutches' LOL
like my modded one at the mo
seems to work well with my new Corsa IIIs
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AndyB - you n your 'proper clutches' LOL
like my modded one at the mo
seems to work well with my new Corsa IIIs

does it go esthetically..............
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Old 02-Aug-2006, 08:17 AM
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absolutely Andy !

& it does work now also
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absolutely Andy !

& it does work now also

Surely thats a secondry consideration........
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