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Old 12-23-2012, 12:55 PM   #1
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Exclamation 2010 r1 clutch

Hey guys, just joined motohouston. Question: I just changed the clutch on my 2010 r1. I purchased the OEM clutch kit. When removing the clutch friction plates and discs, I kept them in the right order so I could install the new ones in the same order, but someone messed with them and they are not in order anymore. I know there is ONE thicker plate that is used, with the rest being the thinner plates. Can someone tell me the specific and CORRECT order of these plates so that I don't mess anything up while riding...? Thanks
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Old 12-23-2012, 01:01 PM   #2
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Found this on the R1 forum,

http://www.r1-forum.com/forums/showthread.php?t=294981

The Fibre Plates all have a colored marks on them (Blue/purple) on the metal edge of the plate.
You must have that mark lines up across all the plates when you put them in the basket.
The front face of the basket the flat/edge border facing you should have a couple of marks on it.
I have a Euro Spec R1 so if you have a US Spec bike this may differ a little.
There is a Centre Punch mark three of them if i recall and also three marks that look like upside down triangles.

When you install the plates as per order in service manual ensure that all the Clutch Plates have the Round/smooth side facing away from you towards the Motor and the flat rough side facing towards you.
Take a close look at the Clutch plates and you will see that the two faces of the clutch plate are different.
For the Fibre plates they must all be put in with that paint mark lined up with the triangle marks.
The very last Fibre Plate has two green marks... they may be a different color in your case but you will see it has two marks on it.
Line the solid green mark up with the centre punch mark on the front edge of the basket.
So that fibre plate is now one tooth out of phase with all the other fibre plates with the purple/blue mark.
For the Pressure plate on the side that faces you there is a raised section between two of the holes where the compression springs go.
you will see that same raised circle in the basket line those two up.
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