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Got a new clutch cover for my 07 VFR

Thanks to a guy on the VFRdiscussion.com forum (Sebspeed) I now have a supertrick clutch cover. I ended up using Duplicolor Metalcast paint on the pressure plate (oven baked it) and stainless bolts and washers on the clutch springs. Color goes great with the RWB theme of the 07 model.

He said he can do them for the RC's if anyone is interested.

https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=10153146774773567

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How about a pic for those of us who refuse to go down the facebook-rabbit-hole

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Try this link. All I have right now is the video:

http://vid134.photobucket.com/albums...psuiwca9zc.mp4

2000 RC51 - stock owned since new 5/2000
2006 RC51 - 2nd owner purchased 4/2015 with 1400 miles
1996 CBR900RR - mild resto/mod - done spring 2012
1990 Honda VFR - original stock owned since 1991
1975 Kawasaki S3 - restored in 2004-5 (sold 10-17)
2003 Kawasaki ZX7R - bought 10/2018
2007 Honda Interceptor 25th Anniversary purchased 7/2014
1972 Honda Mini Trail - 1st restoration in 1992, and 2016 restored to like new condition. (sold 2/18)
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i want that clutch cover for my RC! would looks sweet with a slipper clutch!


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PM me what the damage is on one of those....



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Dead serious. Ill have one of these for RC51 if its available, cash ready.

My Yoyodyne slipper is begging for this.


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The guy who does them is Sebspeed on the VFRdiscussion .com forum. He wants 250 plus return shipping and you supply the clutch cover. He told me he could do them for the RC. Let him know I told you about it. He's also got a facebook page I believe.

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2006 RC51 - 2nd owner purchased 4/2015 with 1400 miles
1996 CBR900RR - mild resto/mod - done spring 2012
1990 Honda VFR - original stock owned since 1991
1975 Kawasaki S3 - restored in 2004-5 (sold 10-17)
2003 Kawasaki ZX7R - bought 10/2018
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Look up Sebspeed on FB, I think it's on there. I looked into this a while back and Seb said he could make them to fit an RC51 if there's demand, but you can't easily make it from the original magnesium cover - ideally needs to be an aluminium one to start with. He's done a lot of these for VFRs.

I don't want a slipper clutch (I prefer the added fun of rev matching. ) so it wouldn't be anything but to show my standard clutch basket spinning on my SP and on the VFR I have it would be hidden behind a panel, plus I'd need an aluminium donor for the SP, so I decided not to pursue this cool modification. I quite like the HRC magnesium cover as original.

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