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#1 YoshiHNS

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Posted 08 May 2012 - 10:07 PM

Wondering if anyone can confirm that all of the clutch slave cylinders on the VFRs are the same. They look the same and have almost the same part number and have the same gasket. Looking that at least the 94-07s are the same. Think the ST1100 and some others share it as well.

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#2 Veefer800Canuck

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Posted 08 May 2012 - 11:46 PM

I can confirm that the RC51 cylinder does interchange with the 800's

There is a nice billet one out there for the RC51 that will fit.

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#3 Veefer800Canuck

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Posted 08 May 2012 - 11:47 PM

http://www.carbonpartz.net/id102.html

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#4 YoshiHNS

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Posted 09 May 2012 - 05:58 AM

Ouch! $200? I'm sure they're really nice, but that's 10 times more than what I can get a stock one right now. But if they say it fits RC30, RC45, VFR800, and RC51, I can only assume that they are all the same then.

Some bikes end up being a project. Yoshi manages to make it a career.

No no no. This is the precision toolboard. The hammer resides elsewhere.

 

Never ending projects: 1971 Suzuki MT50, 1985 VF500C, 1989 VTR250, 1994 Tomos Targa, 1994 VFR750, 1995 VFR750, 1996 VFR1CATI, 2006 ST1300

Road Worthy: 1993 ST1100, 1993 CBR F2 Track, 1998 VFR 800, 2001 ST1100, 2007 VFR800 RWB.

SOLD: 1981 CB750, 1996 VFR750, 1998 XR400, 1999 Katana 600, 2001 Katana 750, 2001 GS500E

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#5 SEBSPEED

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Posted 09 May 2012 - 06:02 AM

The differences are in the bore & stroke x m.cyl size which all comes together to result in power needed and feel desired.

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