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Old 10-01-2010, 07:30 PM   #21
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Old 10-02-2010, 11:23 AM   #22
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yeah it does, i pulled the clutch last night an the frictions have material on them, (about the thickness of a dime), i dumped the old oil and ran some synthetic in it, they are grabbing alot better but still slipping past 8,000 rpm
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Old 10-02-2010, 02:51 PM   #23
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time to scuff the steels and put in some new springs.
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time to scuff the steels and put in some new springs.
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yep, and try some regular Dino oil.. slippery synthetic will only aggravate a borderline condition.
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You have to measure the total stack height. You cant call it good because the frictions look good. Just because the pads are there doesn't mean it's good. Stack height is everything.
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At least you will be quicker when you go back in to fix it for real.
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Old 10-03-2010, 11:15 AM   #28
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OP, have you ever checked the clutch adjustment? as the stack height decreases, the clutch adjustment goes out of whack. your clutch "might" not be able to fully engage because the clutch release mechanism is putting pressure on the stack. (and im not talking about the adjustment on your clutch perch) im talking about the one under the sprocket cover.
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If it has been out of adjustment for a while it could be another reason the clutch is slipping. It will toast a clutch quick.
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it will make a weak clutch feel like a dead clutch right quick in a hurry.

its extremely easy to check, and it just might help to solve your problem.
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