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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 09-29-2012, 12:26 PM Thread Starter
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CRC Clutch Lever

Hi all,

Recently purchased a 910S in Silver and Red. Love the looks and performance.

Had trouble with the clutch, gearbox very snatchy changing down and very awkward to get neutral, I'd read reviews about how slick it was and how easy neutral was to engage.
Took it for an MOT today and they said the clutch felt awful. They thought a piece was missing from the lever, see attached pic.
Should there be a piece holding the end of the brass pin....?
After moving the lever to its widest position the gearbox is transformed, I'd obviously been riding with the clutch not fully engaged....

Basically, should there be something in round hole with the brass bit in.
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Try contacting CRG the mfg of it. It's an aftermarket lever.

http://www.constructorsrg.com/levers/index.html
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get your oem piece put it in


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Try contacting CRG the mfg of it. It's an aftermarket lever.

http://www.constructorsrg.com/levers/index.html
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Thanks for the the reply.

Think I might need an eye test...!
Thought it said 'CRC' as in Cagiva Research.....

Looked at the website, seems it might just be the hole as it is.
Can't understand why adjusting it for your finger span would reduce the operation of the clutch...?

As said, with the lever wide open the gearbox is now super smooth.
Maybe I'll just leave it on setting 6.
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Yeah Jim, I'd look into why it's not working properly.
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There is a missing piece. Here's a picture of mine.........

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There is a missing piece. Here's a picture of mine.........

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Thanks,

Exactly what I needed.
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get your oem piece put it in
Bike came with levers already fitted.
Didn't get the original levers unfortunately....

Will have to speak to the CRG distributor in the UK.
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post #9 of 13 (permalink) Old 09-29-2012, 04:24 PM
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The part you are looking for I don't believe CRG normally supplies. The part comes with the original levers and you transfer them to the new levers - so you might need to go to a dealer. Or, maybe these are universal, they certainly look the same as other bikes I've had.

I took a quick pic of mine and it is below. When I bought the bike, it came with the CRG levers attached, but I also got a box full of original parts including the levers, and the originals used the same piece.
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Any machine shop could easily duplicate that.

Even with limited skills and some brass you could fabricate that.
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