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Old 10-25-2009, 07:03 PM   #1
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Sooo while I was doin a burnout

Ok so I was doing a burnout just a lil bit ago and a pretty good one. When I got done and tried to drive away it wouldn't go. Its in 1st with the clutch all the way out and not going no where with it running. After walking it a lil I can get it to go but no faster than 20 and it takes awhile to get moving. Now its dark and can't really look at anything but just from what I said can anybody tell me what might be wrong??

I can shift to all gears and still no go.

please help if u can, I will be taking it to Motorcycles Unlimited sometime this week cuz im getting a new brake rotor put on.
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Old 10-25-2009, 07:07 PM   #2
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u fried the clutch, oh burnout wizard


maybe you should practice more, when you get a new clutch
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Old 10-25-2009, 07:07 PM   #3
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u fried the clutch, oh burnout wizard


maybe you should practice more, when you get a new clutch



great, so any ideas how much this will set me back?
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Old 10-25-2009, 07:13 PM   #5
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Bet you wish you hadn't that burn out now huh
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im getting tired of all these bogus threads
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Old 10-25-2009, 07:14 PM   #7
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Bet you wish you hadn't that burn out now huh

yup wish i didnt do that big time
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yup wish i didnt do that big time
I'm pretty sure you can find a clutch real cheap on ebay...installing the clutch now that gonna be some money well spend
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Old 10-25-2009, 07:19 PM   #9
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Old 10-25-2009, 07:20 PM   #10
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I'm pretty sure you can find a clutch real cheap on ebay...installing the clutch now that gonna be some money well spend

thanx, i appreciate it alot
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also be shopping for a new rear tire
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Old 10-25-2009, 07:26 PM   #12
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also be shopping for a new rear tire

i was about to this week cuz it was getting low, thats why I thought "hey why not do a burnout before I get a new tire"
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Most clutches go for about 190.00. Get an OEm clutch. Its an easy job at least
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Most clutches go for about 190.00. Get an OEm clutch. Its an easy job at least

that sucks, one 20 second mistake costs so much in the end
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wait you can pull in the clutch and shift through the gears and it doesnt move? Shifting through the gears will feel the same if the clutch is inop because you will be banging gears.

your rpms will raise up and obviously no go like you mentioned.
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One burnout wont toast a clutch. Sounds like it was more than one 20 sec. mistake
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One burnout wont toast a clutch. Sounds like it was more than one 20 sec. mistake
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wait you can pull in the clutch and shift through the gears and it doesnt move? Shifting through the gears will feel the same if the clutch is inop because you will be banging gears.

your rpms will raise up and obviously no go like you mentioned.

yea while riding home i was holding the rpms around 6 grand and it was still hardly moving in any gear
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Put something slippery down to get it going easy like dishwashing detergent.
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One burnout wont toast a clutch. Sounds like it was more than one 20 sec. mistake
well i did buy it used so idk how it was abused. this was truly the first time ive done anything to it besides riding normal
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