Pressure plate cup, big twin 700, 750, 850, 1000 and 1100cc, 4 and 5 speed transmission models with twin plate clutches. From 1967 thru roughly 2004, and California Vintage as well. Exceptions are noted below. This is the piece that the clutch push rod pushes against.
Fits: V700, Ambassador, 1969 to 1972 V7 Special, Eldorado, 850 GT, V7 Sport, 750S, 850T, 850T3, T4, 850T5, G5, 850 LeMans, LeMans II, CX100, LeMans III, LeMans 1000 all years LeMans IV and LeMans V, 1000 SP, SP II, SP III, Strada, Mille, 1000 S, 1100 Sport carb,1100 Sport injected, Centauro, Daytona 1000, Daytona RS, Quota, Quota ES1100, California II (not Cal II Auto), California III, California 1100, California EV until 2002 (see Note below for later EV), EV Touring, Jackal, Bassa, Calfiornia Special, Special Sport, California Stone (see Note below), Stone Touring (see Note below), Stone Metal, California Vintage.
Notes regarding model listing: Some of the models listed above came from the factory with single plate clutch systems, which do not use the 12082800 pressure plate cup. Some of these single plate clutches are still on the road. Many of these models were later fitted with factory recall supplied dual plate clutch kits due to problems with the original single plate sytems. These replacement clutch kits DO use the 12082800 cup. For these models, it is therefore nessecary to indentify exactly what clutch system is installed on the motorcycle. For reference purposes, the following models came from the factory with single plate clutch systems, but may have been changed back to the dual plate clutch:
California Aluminum, California Titanium, California Stone, Californa Stone Touring, 2003 and later Californa EV. These California models came from the factory with single plate clutches up to and including engine number KN14809. Subsequent production used dual plate clutches, starting with engine number KN14810.