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Old 08-21-2009, 12:29 PM   #61
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Clutch release isnt functioning. I put it up on a pitbull in first and pulled the release lever on the cover and I couldnt turn the wheel. I'll be taking it apart this weekend and draining all the fluids/making brackets Saturday along w labeling the lights.

For lunch Friday we are visiting Honda; didn't have time today to go. Hopefully they have a fairing stay (fingers crossed) otherwise I can get one online.
Post up on here. I know someone has one laying around here some where. I gave the one off of that bike to a buddy that post on here and I am positive that he is not using it.
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Old 08-21-2009, 12:39 PM   #62
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Will do.

Went to the Honda store (NW Honda) and the used bike shop had nothing. The new bike shop gave me some prices and I purchased the gasket for the clutch cover. So Im going to pull it off today right after work and see whats up.

Tomorrow instead of wiring trailerdgixx6 and I are going down to the pasadena salvage yard so its best I see what can be seen w that cover off.

And thanks Griff! I need to stay to figure out if the front fairing will clear... may hit at full lock.
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Old 08-21-2009, 02:42 PM   #64
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Thank you! I like Griff's above.

I may need to invest more time into freebay; Im keeping high hopes for the salvage yard though.
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Old 08-21-2009, 06:11 PM   #67
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Ok; well I took the clutch apart to figure out why I cannot release the clutch. There isnt any movement in the spring basket. Here is what I have:

Clutch Disk:
96-97 allowed 2.62-2.78mm
97 on 2.92-3.08mm

Mine are average 3.07mm


Springs(5):
96-97 allowed 50.2mm service limit 49.2mm
97-on allowed 48.8 service limit 47.0

Mine are 44.53mm

The bike was produced in 10/96 as a 1997 model. Engine serial number is SC28E-2100987. Can anyone look that up to make sure its an 97?

Looks like I have 97 and up clutches and springs on a model that requires 96-97 clutches/springs. There was no room for the release bearing/rod to move the spring basket. If I take out a plate, the spring plate can be moved. So Im assuming the basket and plate are ok.
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Old 08-21-2009, 07:11 PM   #68
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Clutchwork:
Cali-Built  900rr Budget Project

Subframe correction:
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Tomorrow, I will tighten and work on the subframe on the spare frame.
Its very close. I had to twist it clockwise and now shift it an inch to the left.
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Old 08-21-2009, 07:15 PM   #69
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this is going to be a very sweet lookin ride. and if you need my garage i will gladly store it there for you. and if we need an extra remote? we can do that too.
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Looks to be coming along nicely Cali. Hope to see the completion sometime soon.
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Old 08-22-2009, 08:14 AM   #73
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Im tryin to salvage the frame not dent it

And Im definitely not gonna hit it too hard or heat it up. I want the welds to remain good.
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Old 08-22-2009, 08:24 AM   #74
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I browsed through quickly. I really like the project. You will have fun assembling it, and have a nice bike for low cost very soon. Also, that is the same bike that my son wrapped in Nov '08 and was back up before EOY.

A couple of comments:
- we built the fairing stay out of round stock that was much nicer than the factory unit. Plus it cost next to nothing.
- his subframe was FUBAR, so adapted the newer style like on an '03 which raises the rear considerably, but gives it a better look.
- I have straightened numerous subframes, but always on the bike, and with a slow deliberate prying action, not with swings from a hammer.

If you need any assistance with this project, let me know. I will help where I can.
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Old 08-22-2009, 11:56 AM   #76
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Old 08-24-2009, 08:53 AM   #78
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Tank and fairing stay was ordered.

Gonna visit Motorcycles Unlimited today for other stuff/pricing.

Still need a mirror stay. Ironically after I purchased the cheaper fairing stay I found a mirror/stay kit for cheaper. Oh well.
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