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Clutch protector for Aprilia RSV 4 2009-2014
Clutch protector for Aprilia RSV 4 2009-2014
98.90€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Clutch protector for BMW S1000R 2014-2016
Clutch protector for BMW S1000R 2014-2016
85.89€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Clutch protector for BMW S1000RR HP 4 2009-2016
Clutch protector for BMW S1000RR HP 4 2009-2016
85.89€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Clutch protector for Ducati 899 Panigale
Clutch protector for Ducati 899 Panigale
98.90€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Clutch protector for Ducati 959 1199 1299 Panigale
Clutch protector for Ducati 959 1199 1299 Panigale
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Delivery time 5 Workdays

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Engine protection - Racing protectors for alternator and clutch

With every ride on the race track, offroad or simply in normal road traffic, your motorcycle is confronted with the most diverse loads. Here it is good to have a powerful engine protection and protectors attached to the bike. Because even a conventional overturn can cause damage to the exposed engine covers. The TecBike range offers you a comprehensive selection around the topic of engine protection:

  • Protectors for the engine case
  • Complete racing engine protector sets for almost all popular brands
  • Engine covers for the alternator


We are happy to support you in choosing the right products for your motorcycle.

New engine covers for clutch and LiMa

To connect the motorcycle engine with the transmission, the clutch comes into play. It ensures that the power is optimally dosed and delivered to the rear wheel without loss. It is a wearing part and requires regular maintenance. But beware: poorly executed work can lead to consequential damage to the motorcycle and, in the worst case, even to a fall. Therefore, not only the right tools are essential, but also the utmost care must not be lacking in the measures.

A look in advance at the workshop book for your motorcycle will tell you whether you need special tools for the work. You will also find the necessary information about tightening torques, installation and adjustment instructions. To protect the garage/workshop floor from accidental contamination with oil, consider a large-area cover. Furthermore, it is important to drain the engine oil into a suitable container beforehand.

For efficient work, keep alltools handy. overpainted or mechanically tightened screws can be very difficult to loosen. A light tap on the screw head can help.

To loosen the engine cover, remove the cover screws step by step. A Vario hammer can be used to gently loosen the cover from its sleeves and thus from the engine housing.

Once you have removed the cover, you can service the coupling and, if necessary, replace defective, discolored or distorted components.

Finally, before placing the cover on the engine case, it is important to ensure clean sealing surfaces and a proper gasket. Be sure to pay attention to the fitting sleeves. Place the screws and screw them in by hand first. Tighten to torque according to manufacturer's instructions.

If it jams and hooks

Despite careful preparation, the disassembled component doesn't really want to go together again? Then calmness and composure are called for. A short break will help you to avoid "nervous boiling over".

If you want to disassemble the clutch, alternator or similar components on your motorcycle, you need enough space. So choose a place that is not only equipped with suitable workshop furniture, but also offers you the necessary space for the work, as well as sufficient storage facilities.

No one is able to remember everything. If you have a cell phone or a digital camera with you, you can quickly take pictures of a cable assignment, arrangement of gears or other parts that are especially put together. This makes it easier for you to rebuild afterwards.

New Racing protectors left for the LiMa

The alternator, or LiMa for short, is an essential part of power generation in the vehicle. Together with the battery, it ensures the supply of all electronic components on the motorcycle. Like the battery, the LiMa also requires regular care and maintenance.

It is often located on the left side of the engine housing, directly on the crankshaft stub. The cooling oil mist from the actual engine lubrication system also provides cooling for it. Here, too, the following applies: Before you start work, find out which alternator is installed on your bike. Check the generator according to this information.

So-called star generators have a permanent magnet rotor. By rotating the outer strator, a voltage is induced. In many cases, defects occur due to overloading of the regulator or continuous overheating.

High quality racing engine protection for your motorcycle from TecBike

openings on the engine case need perfectly fitting covers. Our products in this category come from well-known manufacturers such as GB Racing, RG Racing, GSG Mototechnik or gilles.tooling. They score not only with high quality, but also from an optical point of view they can convince all along the line.

Engine protection - Racing protectors for alternator and clutch With every ride on the race track, offroad or simply in normal road traffic, your motorcycle is confronted with the most diverse... read more »
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Engine protection - Racing protectors for alternator and clutch

With every ride on the race track, offroad or simply in normal road traffic, your motorcycle is confronted with the most diverse loads. Here it is good to have a powerful engine protection and protectors attached to the bike. Because even a conventional overturn can cause damage to the exposed engine covers. The TecBike range offers you a comprehensive selection around the topic of engine protection:

  • Protectors for the engine case
  • Complete racing engine protector sets for almost all popular brands
  • Engine covers for the alternator


We are happy to support you in choosing the right products for your motorcycle.

New engine covers for clutch and LiMa

To connect the motorcycle engine with the transmission, the clutch comes into play. It ensures that the power is optimally dosed and delivered to the rear wheel without loss. It is a wearing part and requires regular maintenance. But beware: poorly executed work can lead to consequential damage to the motorcycle and, in the worst case, even to a fall. Therefore, not only the right tools are essential, but also the utmost care must not be lacking in the measures.

A look in advance at the workshop book for your motorcycle will tell you whether you need special tools for the work. You will also find the necessary information about tightening torques, installation and adjustment instructions. To protect the garage/workshop floor from accidental contamination with oil, consider a large-area cover. Furthermore, it is important to drain the engine oil into a suitable container beforehand.

For efficient work, keep alltools handy. overpainted or mechanically tightened screws can be very difficult to loosen. A light tap on the screw head can help.

To loosen the engine cover, remove the cover screws step by step. A Vario hammer can be used to gently loosen the cover from its sleeves and thus from the engine housing.

Once you have removed the cover, you can service the coupling and, if necessary, replace defective, discolored or distorted components.

Finally, before placing the cover on the engine case, it is important to ensure clean sealing surfaces and a proper gasket. Be sure to pay attention to the fitting sleeves. Place the screws and screw them in by hand first. Tighten to torque according to manufacturer's instructions.

If it jams and hooks

Despite careful preparation, the disassembled component doesn't really want to go together again? Then calmness and composure are called for. A short break will help you to avoid "nervous boiling over".

If you want to disassemble the clutch, alternator or similar components on your motorcycle, you need enough space. So choose a place that is not only equipped with suitable workshop furniture, but also offers you the necessary space for the work, as well as sufficient storage facilities.

No one is able to remember everything. If you have a cell phone or a digital camera with you, you can quickly take pictures of a cable assignment, arrangement of gears or other parts that are especially put together. This makes it easier for you to rebuild afterwards.

New Racing protectors left for the LiMa

The alternator, or LiMa for short, is an essential part of power generation in the vehicle. Together with the battery, it ensures the supply of all electronic components on the motorcycle. Like the battery, the LiMa also requires regular care and maintenance.

It is often located on the left side of the engine housing, directly on the crankshaft stub. The cooling oil mist from the actual engine lubrication system also provides cooling for it. Here, too, the following applies: Before you start work, find out which alternator is installed on your bike. Check the generator according to this information.

So-called star generators have a permanent magnet rotor. By rotating the outer strator, a voltage is induced. In many cases, defects occur due to overloading of the regulator or continuous overheating.

High quality racing engine protection for your motorcycle from TecBike

openings on the engine case need perfectly fitting covers. Our products in this category come from well-known manufacturers such as GB Racing, RG Racing, GSG Mototechnik or gilles.tooling. They score not only with high quality, but also from an optical point of view they can convince all along the line.

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