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post #1 of 12 Old 04-27-2015, 12:44 PM Thread Starter
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Part identification and check (clutch cover?)

Let my friend swap bikes with me. Bad idea. Naturally, he dropped it as soon as we got home right as he was parking. Not much damage but I want to replace this. I assumed it was the clutch cover, but honda is showing me something else. Anyone know the part number and a cheap resource online?

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post #2 of 12 Old 04-27-2015, 01:18 PM
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Looks like part number 5 in the drawing here:

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I don't know anything about that company or if you can find a better price, but that is the part.

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As far as I know that's just a cover to keep things pretty looking... If you pop that off it will just be the front part of the actual clutch cover and nothing will leak out... (I think) Here's a screen shot of the parts diagram. It's called a "Center Cover" You (or he I guess) lucked out... it's a lot cheaper than the actual clutch cover.
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damn, too slow...

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Cool, thanks guys!

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I may be interested in buying that from you for cheap when you replace. I have an idea that I want to do with some machining to that piece.

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Ok. Won't happen for a few weeks but I'll let you know. Just pay for shipping.

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Cool thanks!

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As far as I know that's just a cover to keep things pretty looking... If you pop that off it will just be the front part of the actual clutch cover and nothing will leak out... (I think) Here's a screen shot of the parts diagram. It's called a "Center Cover" You (or he I guess) lucked out... it's a lot cheaper than the actual clutch cover.
You are correct sir! I scratched mine too and when I replaced it found it was just a cosmetic cover. Probably also serves as a first line of defense against damaging the actual clutch cover.

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damn i was going to ask for it to, but just to sand a bit and paint black.

curious to see what lococnc wants to do, if for whatever reason he doesnt want it.... i DO!

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I have a skull and crossbones metal 3d piece that I am going to attach to the cover after I throw it on the mill and modify it...

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