Clutch Case Destroyed?

Anthony Lea /

Came across this today while beginning the rebuild on the V1, didn’t get too far because Treatland didn’t include a piston stop in my recent order with them.

Is this something that will affect my Motors performance or something I should attend to or is this purely an aesthetic part of the case?

*should’ve clarified I’m referring to the missing bit on the inside of that case just north of the sprocket. Found case bits nestled inside that fell out when rotating the engine side to side to remove both covers.

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Re: Clutch Case Destroyed?

Dirty30 Dillon /

You will never be able to change the sprocket or output shaft seal without cutting that off and replacing the shaft.

Not too mention what affect the welding has had on the temper of that shaft.

It'd be best to rebuild with a new output shaft and stuff.

The hole in the ignition side isn't terrible, but def a downside.

Re: Clutch Case Destroyed?

Anthony Lea /

> Dirty30 Dillon Wrote:

> -------------------------------------------------------

> You will never be able to change the sprocket or output shaft seal

> without cutting that off and replacing the shaft.

>

> Not too mention what affect the welding has had on the temper of that

> shaft.

>

> It'd be best to rebuild with a new output shaft and stuff.

>

> The hole in the ignition side isn't terrible, but def a downside.

Thanks for the reply, I do have an NOS output shaft waiting to be put in as well as a new 11t sprocket. Good to know the damage isn’t an endgame matter.

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