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Old 11-10-2012, 05:23 PM   #21
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Re: GSXR750 Limited Edition Dry Clutch and Transmission

Great score! I'd like one someday.
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Old 11-11-2012, 01:36 AM   #22
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Re: GSXR750 Limited Edition Dry Clutch and Transmission

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Not 100% on this one, but I think it was to see the oil level when the engine was running. Oz
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yep thats the answer its to see the leval when the engine is running mostley used in endurance racing as they have to top the engine up with oil in the race and can see when the bike comes in how much is needed.
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Old 11-11-2012, 08:32 AM   #23
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Re: GSXR750 Limited Edition Dry Clutch and Transmission

wonder why somebody cut the cable holder part of the cover,,,how is the cable supposed to be used now,,,i guess it will need to use the traditional actuator from the sprocket side,,,i have the race kit version of thise cover with NO cable holder,,,i cant seem to find pictures of the actuator they used from the sprocket side,,unless they used the stock stuff,,anyone have pictures maybe,,,
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Old 11-11-2012, 10:16 AM   #24
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Re: GSXR750 Limited Edition Dry Clutch and Transmission

It uses the stock 1127 hydrualic actuator and pushrods .....

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" I never purchased the cable actuator parts as I built this up for a GSXR1100 motor.
This is set up to use the Hydraulic actuator and push rod from the left side of the bike.
Only parts needed to complete it are the discs"
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Old 11-11-2012, 10:22 AM   #25
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Re: GSXR750 Limited Edition Dry Clutch and Transmission

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It uses the stock 1127 hydrualic actuator and pushrods .....

Quote from the auction;

" I never purchased the cable actuator parts as I built this up for a GSXR1100 motor.
This is set up to use the Hydraulic actuator and push rod from the left side of the bike.
Only parts needed to complete it are the discs"
correct !
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Old 11-11-2012, 06:54 PM   #26
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Re: GSXR750 Limited Edition Dry Clutch and Transmission

so the early 85 kit dry clutch did NOT have a kit actuator of any kind???i ask because i have a brand new kit dry clutch cover from the first 85 dry clutches,,and the parts for the common sprocket side actuator,,but tought suzuki would have a kit actuator of some kind instead of the regular hydraulic ones,,,like my early SRad dry clutches have a really cool looking mechannical actuator,,,
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Old 11-14-2012, 11:06 PM   #27
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yep thats the answer its to see the leval when the engine is running mostley used in endurance racing as they have to top the engine up with oil in the race and can see when the bike comes in how much is needed.
Bingo. First used, I believe, in 1978 on the Honda RCB1000's during the Bol d'Or at Paul Ricard.

Super nice score on that clutch/GB combo HD53 !

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Old 11-15-2012, 10:34 AM   #28
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Re: GSXR750 Limited Edition Dry Clutch and Transmission

Hmmm Im also in the camp that wishes Id see that auction.
Ive been searching for a LOOONG time for some of these bits.
Question though, for you in the know, do you have pictures of the hyd. setup described?
HD53 perhaps I can ask a favor...
Finding a score like yours has been near impossible.
Ive been searching for listing of the common & specific parts of this clutch kit for some time but have come up DRY (pun intended).
The cast part(s) your stuck with finding the OE pieces, but many of the parts could be crafted
IF I HAD the DIMENSIONS!
As a machinist by trade I know I can make this stuff, but Id need the specific parts necessary to take exacting dimensions from. Unless you have the time tools & ability?

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Old 11-15-2012, 11:27 AM   #29
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Re: GSXR750 Limited Edition Dry Clutch and Transmission

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Hmmm Im also in the camp that wishes Id see that auction.
Ive been searching for a LOOONG time for some of these bits.
Question though, for you in the know, do you have pictures of the hyd. setup described?
HD53 perhaps I can ask a favor...
Finding a score like yours has been near impossible.
Ive been searching for listing of the common & specific parts of this clutch kit for some time but have come up DRY (pun intended).
The cast part(s) your stuck with finding the OE pieces, but many of the parts could be crafted
IF I HAD the DIMENSIONS!
As a machinist by trade I know I can make this stuff, but Id need the specific parts necessary to take exacting dimensions from. Unless you have the time tools & ability?
The bits will most certainly land / end up in a nice trackbike ... some more ringling & rattling for fans ears ... again some earlier shown pics of 2 of the fastest 86-1100 6-speed GSX-R's wet clutch on the European continent
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Old 11-15-2012, 12:33 PM   #30
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Re: GSXR750 Limited Edition Dry Clutch and Transmission

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The cast part(s) your stuck with finding the OE pieces, but many of the parts could be crafted
IF I HAD the DIMENSIONS!
As a machinist by trade I know I can make this stuff, but Id need the specific parts necessary to take exacting dimensions from. Unless you have the time tools & ability?
I wonder what the likleyhood of adapting an existing dry clutch basket available from various aftermarket sources to this application? Perhaps even a slipper clutch?
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Old 11-15-2012, 01:05 PM   #31
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Re: GSXR750 Limited Edition Dry Clutch and Transmission

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I wonder what the likleyhood of adapting an existing dry clutch basket available from various aftermarket sources to this application? Perhaps even a slipper clutch?
slipper clutch is used already ... a dry clutch bike as written just for " fun & entertainment " and a later gen.
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Old 12-08-2012, 08:25 AM   #32
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Re: GSXR750 Limited Edition Dry Clutch and Transmission

Rec'd this message from former DC Assy owner

Hans-

I have located a scanned copy of photo of my bike while in Germany.

L****


I would not have had any problem riding this bike, the correct colors !

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Old 12-08-2012, 12:07 PM   #33
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Re: GSXR750 Limited Edition Dry Clutch and Transmission

It does look good without the outer cover Hans, take care not to get your foot caught in it!
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