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post #1 of 4 Old 05-26-20, 08:30 Thread Starter
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broken gear change shaft - splitting the engine case, any tips?

Okay guys/gals, my gear change shaft broke, I'm completely screwed! I thought I would be able to remove the gear change shaft from behind the clutch, but the flywheel is in behind the engine cases, and now I need to remove the engine and split the case to complete this job!

I have the shop manual, but I come here to ask for a few tips & tricks anyone may know before I dive in. Do I need to remove the oil pan, water pump drain tube, and oil pump to be able to split the cases?

Also, the bike is stuck in 1st gear, since thats where the shaft broke. How is this going to effect disassembly and assembly?

Any advice is appreciated. Thanks




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What do you mean by "the flywheel is behind the engine case"? The flywheel is on the left side of the bike and can easily be removed after taking the stator cover off. The other end of the shift shaft is under the clutch basket, which can also be removed without splitting the cases.
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What do you mean by "the flywheel is behind the engine case"? The flywheel is on the left side of the bike and can easily be removed after taking the stator cover off. The other end of the shift shaft is under the clutch basket, which can also be removed without splitting the cases.
I found this after I posted this thread. Shop manual says to remove the engine and split the case lol

http://www.factorypro.com/Inst...ll,...75,upto12.html

I just removed the shift change shaft on a 5k mile gen1 engine I have in the garage. I am going to swap it over to my gen2 that broke, just need to get a new clutch cover gasket now.

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So what's the secret to putting the outter clutch basket back in? lol

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