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    what is this? Clutch cover slotted plastic screw?

    What is it? what does it do? The plastic head screw that is installed/removed with a huge flat head screw driver. The PO of my bike stripped out the screw driver slot, so I need a new one.

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    I think you mean the left side of the engine, which is the stator side.

    Clutch side of engine looks like this


    Stator side looks like this


    The plastic slotted screws are for: small top one = timing mark; larger center once = access to crankshaft so you can rotate the engine using a socket. Normally accessed when aligning timing marks to adjust valves.

    Hope this helps!

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    admiral it is the stator side. it is the timing mark screw thanks.

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