Thanks that did the trick! Another question: the clutch bolts were on pretty tight. I had to use some force to loosen them, causing the clutch rotor and timing rotor turning counter clockwise a few a bit. Is this harmfull in any way?Take a razor blade and wedge it in the gap. I then tap it with a hammer to break the seal. You can pry it out with a pair of pliers. I did this in increments all around the clutch cover. Eventually it should come off.
Please explain "While I had the pipes off I blocked off my crossover tube"Finally got around to this today. I had changed my rear sprocket a while ago and was getting a bit of slip at times. Hopefully this fixes it. Also did the timing mod while I had her opened up. While I had the pipes off I blocked off my crossover tube. Waiting till tomorrow to oil up and feel the results. Excellent write up, it made me a lot more comfortable about doing this.
On 1100 the clutch is on the right side tooI have a 94 1100c. The clutch is on the left side. Will this work on my bike. I'm guessing it's clockwise because of it being on the oposite side? Please share a link on how to get it done if any are out there