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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-13-2012, 01:40 PM Thread Starter
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I bought a custom derby cover and want to know what all I need to install it. It only has 2 screws on it i just dont know whats behind it Will fluid leak and do I need a New gasket. The bike is a 2012 high ball with 1500 miles.


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going by the diagram the only thing behind it is a "O" ring. The primary cover has the gasket. torque bolts to 15 in. lb. it is called cap plate and cap plate seal ..

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Nothing behind it, just remove it and install the new one. They are show only.

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Only show. So no fluid? Hmm ok I will do this later. Thanks for help.


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How do you do the cam cover on the other side (where it says six speed)

Use a hair dryer and pry it off?
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How do you do the cam cover on the other side (where it says six speed)

Use a hair dryer and pry it off?
I didn't even need a hair dryer or heat gun. Just pry at it with a flat head screw driver and try to pour some kind of solvent down the backside of it. I used lacquer thinner. Once its off completely clean the spot with solvent.

The interesting thing about the cam cover is that there are also two threaded bolt holes behind it just like on the derby side. Yet most aftermarket covers want us to use double sided tape again rather than bolts.
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