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CFC case guard or Lightspeed CF clutch cover??

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I need to replace my clutch cover after dropping my bike. :cry: I have noted a small hairline crack and have oil seeping out.

Here is my question;

Should I replace the original cover and use a CFC guard or should I spend a little more cash and just buy the Lightspeed clutch cover:

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v340/Pottery_Pal/103-00424t.gif

If anyone out there is running the lightspeed cover let me know how you like it.

Thanks

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Don't do either. Take the cracked cover off, clean it very well, JB Weld the crack, reassemble and run it long enough to make sure the leak is fixed and then put on some CFC case shields. The CF covers look nice (I have the CF frame guards :) ) but won't be as resistant to damage as the CFC shields.

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I agree JB weld worked for me. I had a getoff & the shift lever dented the CFC.

I didn't notice until later that I had a small hairline crack going back to one of the bolts.

Took off the CFC, cleaned it up and JB welded the hairline and a little more.

No leaks, worked great. Didn't even remove the clutch cover.

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