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Old 10-25-2009, 07:48 PM   #21
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If your riding along and you twist it do the rpms climb without the speed increasing?
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on the kat?

first off the engine sits rearward and w the steel frame and undersized clutches for the weight you're puting alot of pressure on those clutches. If your oil maintenance wasnt kept up with MOTORCYCLE specific oil you could have easily perpetuated the destruction of the friction material on the clutches.

How dirty does the oil look in the sight glass? The clutch material will be all the way through the engine if they are that toasted from this one incident.

I have 21k on original clutches on mine now; but I've only done one burnout; the rest of the wear it riding
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If your riding along and you twist it do the rpms climb without the speed increasing?

yes, i only got it to like 20 in 1st gear, it would not go anymore
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Old 10-25-2009, 07:50 PM   #24
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its an 06 can-a-tuna?

yea you need a new clutch! easy job , and realy why are you doing burn outs?

just ride it !

remember to soak the new clutch plates in oil for a couple hours or so !


sorry new oil ! lol
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I have done hundreds of burnout with out smokin the clutch. I dont use moto specific oil either.
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Put something slippery down to get it going easy like dishwashing detergent.
Disconnect your horn, get a small bottle or additional reservoir for coolant. Fill it w bleech and distilled water and attach a submerged or hose and pump; wire to the horn and run your hose to the undertail to drip down on the front of the tire from above.

Instant white smoke burnouts!!!!
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on the kat?

first off the engine sits rearward and w the steel frame and undersized clutches for the weight you're puting alot of pressure on those clutches. If your oil maintenance wasnt kept up with MOTORCYCLE specific oil you could have easily perpetuated the destruction of the friction material on the clutches.

How dirty does the oil look in the sight glass? The clutch material will be all the way through the engine if they are that toasted from this one incident.

I have 21k on original clutches on mine now; but I've only done one burnout; the rest of the wear it riding

oil was just changed about 2 weeks ago with only a 5 mile drive to school at night
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Old 10-25-2009, 07:51 PM   #28
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its an 06 can-a-tuna?

yea you need a new clutch! easy job , and realy why are you doing burn outs?

just ride it !

remember to soak the new clutch plates in oil for a couple hours or so !

i did a burn out cuz i wanted to see if i could do it. it was my 1st
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I have done hundreds of burnout with out smokin the clutch. I dont use moto specific oil either.
the gsxf is a sport touring bike not designed like the others. I can push mine in gear w the clutch out. the busas and gsxrs on the other hand deploy stronger springs and smaller release gaps.
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If the rpms rise and not the speed, its gone. Trying to ride it will only put more clutch material in the oil. It can then clog the pick up and starve the engine of oil. Without knowing the history of the bike you may want to drop the oil pan to clean out clutch material.
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Old 10-25-2009, 07:54 PM   #31
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If you dont need a basket, steels or springs:

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/EBC-C...Q5fAccessories

add for cover gasket.
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Old 10-25-2009, 07:57 PM   #32
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I would go ahead and order the bearing and the steels too. I wouldnt want to order just the friction and then crack it open and find warped steels. Its not worth my time to clean them either.
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http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/EBC-C...Q5fAccessories

add for cover gasket.


thanx, i appreciate that
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Old 10-25-2009, 08:05 PM   #35
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yup holding the front brake, while twisting the throttle and releasing the clutch. but i did get mine to smoke for a while
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Its all of the slipping that was shown in the vid that he is askin about. I hope you didnt do all of that.
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you need more practice ?

that guy is just waiting to launch that bike
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Its all of the slipping that was shown in the vid that he is askin about. I hope you didnt do all of that.
like having the bike move side to side? no i didnt do that
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