Removal

Remove the right crankcase cover (page 9-3).

Remove the clutch spring bolts, springs and piessure plate.

Remove the clutch lifter piece from the lifter bearing.

Remove the following:

- Eight clutch discs

- Seven clutch plates

- Spring scat

- Friction spring

FRICTION SPRING

FRICTION SPRING

CLUTCH DISCS/PLATES

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SPRING SEAT

Ä RETURN SPRING

Ä RETURN SPRING

NEEDLE BEARINGS

PRESSURE PLATE

SPRING BOLTS/SPRING

Unstake the clutch center lock nut.

Hold the clutch ccntcr with the clutch center holder, then remove the lock nut.

TOOL:

Clutch center holder

07724-0050002 (equivalent commercially available in U.S.A.)

Discard the lock nut.

Remove the washer.

WASHER

Remove the washer.

LOCK NUT

UNSTAKE

CLUTCH CENTER

CLUTCH CENTER HOLDER

WASHER

Remove the throttle body (page 5-62). Loosen the cam chain tensioner (page 8 29).

Be careful not to Align the gear teeth of the scissor gears (primary bend the ignition drive gear and sub-gear) by inserting a 5-mm pin or puke generator screwdriver into the gear hole indicated by the punch rotor tangs. mark on the sub-gear through the hole in the crankcase, and remove the clutch outer. Gear hole position is shown below.

Remove the oil pump driven sprocket bolt/washer. Remove the oil pump drive/driven sprocket and drive chain as an assembly.

Remove the clutch outer guide.

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