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R6 stator cover replacement - March 11, 2009, 09:52 AM

I picked up a Woodcraft stator cover & gasket for the R6.

I've never changed or taken off the cover before. Is it difficult? Any fluids behind the cover I need to be aware of?

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March 11, 2009, 09:58 AM

there isn't any fluid behind it, but oil might have splashed up in there and some might be sitting there (no big deal).

you will need to replace the gasket in there as well once you take it out since you probably will break it in removal.

just remember where everything goes and you should be GTG. use loctite on the bolts when reinstalling.

have fun with the magnetism in there... makes it a PITA to pull the cover off or align the new cover.


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there isn't any fluid behind it, but oil might have splashed up in there and some might be sitting there (no big deal).

you will need to replace the gasket in there as well once you take it out since you probably will break it in removal.

just remember where everything goes and you should be GTG. use loctite on the bolts when reinstalling.
Cool, thanks Rob.

I did get a new gasket, too, so I'll definitely replace it.

Roger on the loctite.


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March 11, 2009, 10:02 AM

just take ur time and work slowly u will be fine u arnt doing the oil case cover too??? thats the more imporant one


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