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    Hi All
    I am about to embark on a repair of the starter clutch in my 1985 GPz750. Are there any traps for new players that I should be aware of before I start pulling the thing apart. I have all the manuals and stuff to reference.
    All advice greatly appeciated.
    PK

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    Had a mate that done his on a 750 turbo, he was able to do it without taking the engine out off bike. The one thing he did was to replace the inner parts but found he still had trouble with it, even though it didn't look worn he ended up buying a whole complete unit and know works perfect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by h.b.bear View Post
    Had a mate that done his on a 750 turbo, he was able to do it without taking the engine out off bike. The one thing he did was to replace the inner parts but found he still had trouble with it, even though it didn't look worn he ended up buying a whole complete unit and know works perfect.
    I am debating that one at the moment, have the repair kit but there is a full unit available......

 

 

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