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Clutch cover to VTR same as to Varadero XL1000?

Old 03-29-2018, 12:57 AM
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Clutch cover to VTR same as to Varadero XL1000?

Hi,
Is there anybody who knows if the right side clutch cover to a Superhawk 1000f is the same as to a Varadero XL1000?
I have difficulties to find a clutch cover to my Superhawk and if I look at pictures they look the same to me.
Anyone who knows?

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Old 03-29-2018, 04:50 AM
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Is the clutch cover holed from a spill? Can you get it ally welded up and / or fit a Carbonadi clutch protector cover siliconed over?




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Old 03-29-2018, 05:26 AM
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Originally Posted by roller11 View Post
Hi,
Is there anybody who knows if the right side clutch cover to a Superhawk 1000f is the same as to a Varadero XL1000?
I have difficulties to find a clutch cover to my Superhawk and if I look at pictures they look the same to me.
Anyone who knows?

Best Regards Ulf
The cover gasket is the same PN for both bikes 11394-MBT-000
The waterpump is the same, the sound deadener is the same.

The cover itself though, the XL1000F has Two different cover PN and neither are the same as the VTR
That in itself does not mean it wont fit, it could be a different part in badging or marks, or just a different PN do to a different market and model bike

Without having the two side by side I can say for sure if it is the same part, looks close ...but perhaps its a bit deeper or different shape to account for the
Varadero flywheel which is different than the VTR flywheel.
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Originally Posted by captainchaos View Post



Well shipping from Westminster CA to Sweden might be an issue.
And why a
XL1000F cover might be more attainable then one for a VTR

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Originally Posted by captainchaos View Post
if you go this route, you will need impeller bearing mechanical seal and oil seal
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Originally Posted by E.Marquez View Post


Well shipping from Westminster CA to Sweden might be an issue.
And why a
XL1000F cover might be more attainable then one for a VTR
Understand, but he said he had difficulty finding one, not that the only ones he could find were too expensive... Off the top of my head I'd guess shipping with USPS would be that bad, probably $50-$60 at most...
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Originally Posted by captainchaos View Post
Understand, but he said he had difficulty finding one, not that the only ones he could find were too expensive... Off the top of my head I'd guess shipping with USPS would be that bad, probably $50-$60 at most...
Hi,
Thank you all for your help. The shipping to Sweden is the big issue from the States.... 155$ with Ups,customs and Wat.
I think I can order this part over the counter here in Sweden for that price....
@wicky My cover is damage in exactly same spot as the one you showed me. I had a brief chat with Rob and if I cant find an undamage cover I do a quick &dirty fix with JB Weld.

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Originally Posted by roller11 View Post
Hi,
Thank you all for your help. The shipping to Sweden is the big issue from the States.... 155$ with Ups,customs and Wat.
I think I can order this part over the counter here in Sweden for that price....
@wicky My cover is damage in exactly same spot as the one you showed me. I had a brief chat with Rob and if I cant find an undamage cover I do a quick &dirty fix with JB Weld.

Best Regards Ulf
Then don't have it shipped with UPS. I've been shipping things on Ebay for almost 20 years and in my experience I've never found an instance where UPS wasn't the most expensive option. Once the box becomes larger or gets shipped international, their price is often double or triple what the USPS and often Fedex charges.
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UPS are crooks when it comes to cross-border shipping (brokerage fees border on criminal); I will do without something if it can only be shipped via them.
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