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March 18th, 2015, 06:58 AM   #1
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2009 FE570 clutch MC rebuild

First problem, a little bit sweaty.




This fixed it, I could wear this for cologne.





Its done some sand work, sand everywhere!



Any bets on how long the slave lasts?



Threw a 14t front sprocket on while there, the old sprocket has 21 hrs on it! They work like a fuse.



14t should tame the delivery in the bush.
Shortened the wheelbase as a side effect. So many variables to test at once!
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How was the inner bore? Mine was pitted new and required a warranty replacement within the first month because it leaked within the first few days of ownership.

610's will waste a sprocket quickly, huh
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You may already know but you should replace both sprockets and the chain. The reason your front sprocket was shot is because your chain is stretched. Replacing only the front sprocket it wear out faster
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March 18th, 2015, 05:06 PM   #4
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How was the inner bore? Mine was pitted new and required a warranty replacement within the first month because it leaked within the first few days of ownership.

610's will waste a sprocket quickly, huh
Thats excellent they warranted it, my mc bore was nice and shiny just overworked should fitted a rekluse.

Front sprockets just dont last but Id rather replace the sprocket instead of the.countershaft. Conventional wisdom says to replace everything but at 20 hour intervals it just not economic, I have some mega tough rk chain and a stealth rear sprocket
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Your bottle shows DOT 4 brake fluid. Your Magura MC cap shows mineral oil only.
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March 19th, 2015, 09:43 AM   #7
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Nice work
I will probably buy a stealth rear sprocket to because the ironman rear sprocket have very little material around the bolt holes and my kite hub had to be drilled from m8-m10 because the bolts from the rear sprocket came loose once and almost destroyed my hub....
So everytime I replace chainkit I have to drill bigger holes in rear sprocket
I will go for gearing 15/44 (big tracks/street use)- 14/44 (small tracks) next with 112 links now running a 43 and the wheel is pretty far back in the swingarm and the gearing could be slightly shorter for my liking
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March 19th, 2015, 12:46 PM   #8
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Im happy with the stealth sprocket, Ive abused the shit out of it and it comes back for more.

The dot 4 is mineral based, allegedly the mc kit is designed for dot 4/5 so Im waiting on the slave cyl to start leaking. The bellows kit 0723116 is for mineral oil, the one I installed is for a brake mc.

Could also be the bottle that indicates "gold" making me do wild things, now wheres my firecrackers?
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Im happy with the stealth sprocket, Ive abused the shit out of it and it comes back for more.

The dot 4 is mineral based, allegedly the mc kit is designed for dot 4/5 so Im waiting on the slave cyl to start leaking. The bellows kit 0723116 is for mineral oil, the one I installed is for a brake mc.

Could also be the bottle that indicates "gold" making me do wild things, now wheres my firecrackers?
The dot4 is not glycol-ether based?
I thought that KTM/Husa wanted us to use mineral oil for the clutch in the case that when it leaks into the crankcase, it is no big deal.

Either way, nice work.
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Dang, think you're right, Im sure the bottle said mineral. Intergoogle says polyglycol. Will look at the bottle before swigging on the other bottle.
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