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Old 11-19-2014, 08:15 PM   #1
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What am I looking at?

What exactly am I looking at? This is located on the clutch case where the oil goes.
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flywheel (ring gear) teeth? which bike is this on?

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This is on a 2010 cbr1000
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Old 11-19-2014, 08:34 PM   #4
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check here
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Patrick said it already
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Anyway to tell if they're looking good or bad? Or is this something I would have to open up and inspect?

From what I see all of them look the same
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Slipping would be a clear indicator of a problem, put the bike in high gear and with the brake applied STRONGLY see if it dies when you release the clutch (obviously do this with caution to avoid losing control), Patrick will probably have a much better answer.
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Slipping, check...
I know I've made threads about my clutch and everything sorry if its getting annoying.

My next question that has everyone confused is, my clutch lever is adjusted right but it's an extremely easy pull other than regular clutches have a bit of resistance. Spongy feel Vs traditional forced pull.. If that made any sense
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How many miles on the oil? And what oil? Just going by the pics, I can't guess at clutch wear, but that oil is starting to appear a little dark.
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Take it to Motorcycles Unlimited, they are a sure thing.
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Miles on oil approxametly 2000.. Using mobil 1 10-40
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I hope its not oil with friction modifiers.... that can sometimes ruin clutches and cause slippage. Off to go google...
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Was it specifically designated Mobil 1 motorcycle oil?
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Yes it has the motorcycle logo and everything, they compare it to the honda GN4.. Problem occurred when I first got the bike and I changed the oil so I ruled that out.. It still slipped
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Is this something you feel comfortable trying to fix yourself, or will you be taking it to have the repair done?
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I really wanna learn to do stuff myself, if all else fails then ill just take it somewhere
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You could get a clutch pack and some tools and find a how-to video, or find a member willing to help you do it.
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Finding someone to help would be nice, was watching videos constantly and doesn't seem too bad of a job
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And what really stumps me is the whole spongy feel with little restriction when pulling the clutch lever in... I have a cable clutch
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