I got it welded today. I disassembled the clutch and oil pump drive sprockets and slid the shifter rod out. There were about 3 threads left on the case so he was able to tighten a bolt against the broken half of the sleeve to hold it in place as he welded it. Went perfect, I was pumped and spent all day putting it back togeather. But the damn clutch isnt engaging. I took the cover off and the pushrod is pushing against the outter clutch and springing back when I pull the lever in and out. But w engine off and in gear I pull in the lever and theres no way of moving the rear tire. I called it a day and ill mess w it more tomorrow. I know I put the clutch disks in the same order they came out, not in the exact slot, they got turned out of position but not out of order. I put the last disk's tabs in the baskets shallow slots like the book says. The spring bolts are torqued to spec... I did have problems getting pressure in the lever last week before I found out about the shifter return bolt. So I took the whole hydralic system off my sp1 and put it on my sp2. I have pressure and it is activating the push rod. the sp2 doesnt have more pushrod travel then the sp1 does it? And maybe my problem now is the sp1 clutch master cylinder and/or slave cylinder just isnt pushing the clutch far enough. Sounds far fetched.
Last edited by rvtsp1&2; 04-25-2011 at 11:34 PM.