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Old 05-23-2018, 09:49 AM   #1
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Default The thing at the top of the front sprocket cover?

Hello everyone,

1] When I first got my 92' Katana 750 I wanted to remove the oil cooler---a lot, desperately, I almost did. You fine people persuaded me otherwise, thank you.

2] I am going to change my sprockets and chain. See attached diagram below for reference. What is the thing at the top of the sprocket cover that fits into the hole between #29 and #27; to the left of #24/#23? And should I take that thing out of the sprocket cover as I work on my front sprocket?

https://www.suzukipartshouse.com/oem...rankcase-cover

(Sorry I couldn't search for info here since I have no idea what I'm asking about in the first place . . .)

Thanks for your help!
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It's a little bracket that was there for the CA emmissions system. Not required. Doesn't hurt to leave or remove.
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Old 05-24-2018, 07:22 AM   #3
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UPDATE: PHYSICAL INSPECTION REVEALS ITEM IN QUESTION IS CLUTCH CABLE . . .

Guess this isn't a place for dummys. I respect that.

Thanks for your time all the same.
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