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Old 10-28-2009, 11:45 PM   #1
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sprocket and chain on CBR 1000rr

how hard would it be? I worked on a few bikes but never had to change the sprocket.


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Old 10-28-2009, 11:57 PM   #2
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Changing sprockets and chain are not that hard just be sure to have all the right tools or ull be f-ed. When I did mine I had to buy a 32mm scoket and borrow a chain riviter from yellowjacket that helped out alot. Other than that smooth sailing
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Old 10-29-2009, 08:23 PM   #4
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Wes: Thanks!

CBR: I stay in SW and I think I mighe be around 45 minutes away from you. Kinda far of a drive. I mean how hard could it be right? Imma get some ideas on You Tube from there.
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PROBLEM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

When I change the the Front and Rear sprocket, now the bike clutch is really soft. Don't know why cause I never got near the clutch line or so. And when I put my bike in 1st gear it stalls out too. Any clue anyone?
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Remember on the front you need to loosen up and pull back the thermostat.
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Remember on the front you need to loosen up and pull back the thermostat.
Thermostat?


ohboitony,
First, make sure the clutch master cylinder piston is properly seated / installed #15.

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Second, if it is there, bleed the clutch system and see if the lever comes back.
If it doesn't you've got an issue somewhere else.
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