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Just got my engine back with a fresh rebuild and large streetport, installed the oil pan tonight. While everything is apart, for the second time, I want to reinforce things that were not done last summer.
Does anybody have any testimony or pictures of how they reinforced their clutch fork?
Yes yes, I know I am being lazy. I COULD just walk outside and take some measurements and figure it out for myself... but I was just wondering what you guys have done. Maybe what works and what does not.
Ya, I had a look at that before I made this thread. Looks like there is much more room to reinforced the clutch fork on the Tii. I think any fabrication on the FD fork will have to be carefully measured from the rough measurements I made the other night...
I was just curious how others have reinforced the FD fork. What part of the fork is the most prone to breaking anyways?