Join Date: Aug 2012
Location: Whangarei, , New Zealand
While you're working on one end of your clutch, now would be a good time to pull the cover off, and remove the pressure plate, and check the bearing in that.
Also - a word of caution re the Oberon slave. They seem to be designed primarily for the i.e. bikes, and need a spacer for the pushrod on the carbies. Mine was supplied without one... I managed to sort of fake it, and get it working - but have since found an alternative to the spacer. It turns out that the difference between the carby and injected clutch pushrods, is down to the 'hat' that sits over the end of the pushrod, and fits into the bearing on the pressure plate. So - if your new slave doesn't have the spacer - there's the fix.
'95 900 Superlight IV #064
Mods are: K&N filter, airbox lid on with rubber trumpets removed, MBP collets, full SMI (SilMoto Italia) spaghetti exhaust with 'open' carbon cans, 41mm FCR's - #182 mains!, Barnett alloy clutch basket, Oberon slave cylinder, Ohlins fork springs, Ohlins rear shock, Verlicchi swingarm.