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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 05-15-2019, 08:59 AM Thread Starter
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WTB starter gear and basket for F4 1078 RR312

If anyone has a basket with the starter, oil pump, and drive gear that is compatible with an ‘09 F4 1078 RR312 I would happily take it off their hands. As mine has... well sheared every tooth off of the starter gear (see attached). Any help or guidance/direction is greatly appreciated

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Found a 910R clutch, but I don't think that will work. Still looking for you. You may have to buy new from a dealer. Probably around $500 ~ $600

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For the 1078 312RR, there is a slipper clutch installed. The Clutch Basket Assembly part number is 8000B1797.

I wish the image showed the back o f the basket....I'd like to see if the gearing is there, but I can't find it elsewhere in the parts manual.

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Clutches......
1000S clutch on the left, 1078 on the right
Gears are the same, so are the baskets
Hubs, plates and discs are different, there are more parts in the slipper clutch

1st picture the gears
2nd picture the assemblies removed
3rd picture side view baskets both baskets were made in the same die,
check the numbers in the 2nd picture
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So, the ring gear and starter gear are all part of the basket assembly as pictured in the parts diagram?

Thanks for that, Noel.
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Found a 910R clutch, but I don't think that will work. Still looking for you. You may have to buy new from a dealer. Probably around $500 ~ $600
Thank you for the assistance it’s greatly appreciated.
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Clutches......
1000S clutch on the left, 1078 on the right
Gears are the same, so are the baskets
Hubs, plates and discs are different, there are more parts in the slipper clutch

1st picture the gears
2nd picture the assemblies removed
3rd picture side view baskets both baskets were made in the same die,
check the numbers in the 2nd picture
Thank you for the help. I have a set of brand new clutches. Also visually the slipper drum and all components ie: springs retainers etc seem to be in near perfect condition. So the basket is all I need I’m hoping. Have not had the time to lower the oil pan to find all teeth from the starter gear on basket. I’ll also need to pull shafts in gear box to make sure there has not been damage there. I will have the time within the next two days.
Thanks again for all the help.
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Clutches......
1000S clutch on the left, 1078 on the right
Gears are the same, so are the baskets
Hubs, plates and discs are different, there are more parts in the slipper clutch

1st picture the gears
2nd picture the assemblies removed
3rd picture side view baskets both baskets were made in the same die,
check the numbers in the 2nd picture
Thank you for the help. I have a set of brand new clutches. Also visually the slipper drum and all components ie: springs retainers etc seem to be in near perfect condition. So the basket is all I need I’m hoping. Have not had the time to lower the oil pan to find all teeth from the starter gear on basket. I’ll also need to pull shafts in gear box to make sure there has not been damage there. I will have the time within the next two days.
Thanks again for all the help.
By clutches I meant the frictions and steels inside the slipper sorry for any confusion
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I have a clutch basket/gear assembly........
Gears are fine as in the pictures.......
Basket is trashed......slid off the mainshaft as I walked to the other side of the bike, broke 4 fingers off

I'll send you the assembly for $10 + shipping.......
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Precipice;
I have a clutch basket/gear assembly........
Gears are fine as in the pictures.......
Basket is trashed......slid off the mainshaft as I walked to the other side of the bike, broke 4 fingers off

I'll send you the assembly for $10 + shipping.......
YOU HAVE TO FIND SOMEONE THAT CAN RIVET THE 2 GOOD PIECES TOGETHER

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Well, the irony is that i broke one fingure of the basket off too. LOL. the good news is I found a used complete clutch assebly on ebay italy for $350. it will arrive tis friday according to DHL. the only concern i have is that there is this one differance between my 1098 312 and the 1098 312 clutch scheduled to arrive is the starter gear on the basket is not completely solid like my original one. For reference attached is a picture of the new basket and gear on the left and mine on the right. You will notice that in the pic of the new on there are cut outs that allow one to see behind the styarter gear amnd mine di not and was compltely solid. Other than than that, I see no diferrences.

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