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Exclamation How do you install a new starter clutch? - August 16, 2011, 11:36 PM

How do i install a new starter clutch, or is there anyone that can install it that i can pay besides an expensive shop?
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How do i install a new starter clutch, or is there anyone that can install it that i can pay besides an expensive shop?
Replacing the starter clutch is not something that you would want to do from the advice of the forum. If you are mechanically inclined, you may want to invest in the shop manual. If not, you could always call Brooks Cycle Center
It's not incredibly expensive.


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The starter clutch on alot of newer bikes is behind the generator rotor (which is pressed on by use of a woodruff key). you only need a special tool from the dealer to remove the generator rotor which is quite simple. I made my own when I had to replace one on one of my bikes.
You can get the tool probably from motion pro or your local dealer. But I would not recommend doing the job without a service manual just in case you run into a snag since you haven't done it before.
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you might be able to find the service manual online for free to (which is nice since you can search quickly), what bike? Kawi?


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