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Old 12-06-2007, 12:34 AM   #1
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Need some answers on my gsxr 600?

Ok so here is the deal, i was down in crabb river on wed. just flyin around...im in like 4, 5, or 6th gear and when i go faster and get on high rpm's, the starts acting wierd. Its like i will be pulling in the clutch even tho im not, almost like its slipping. Happends i think its about 13000 rpms when i feel/hear it happen.Is the clutch slipping? do i need to replace the clutch plate or could it be something else?
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Old 12-06-2007, 06:28 AM   #2
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What year is your 600? Sounds like a clutch...
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Old 12-06-2007, 07:33 AM   #3
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Old 12-06-2007, 08:25 AM   #4
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check the cluth adjustment if ok then you are going to need clutch set,or go by patricks and he will check it for you lilmackee had same problem and patrick adjusted it and was ok
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yeah seems like the same problem, took it to Motorcycles Unlimited seemed to help, but i didnt have it in high rpms, and hot clutching since then.
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You hit the Frigid revlimiter Dude!!!, at 13,000!!!!!!!!
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Clutch adjustment FTW! It's easy to do. If the clutch is adjusted properly, then it could be one of two things: either bad oil (or wrong level) OR clutch is worn.

How many miles?

Hard launches (like drag racing)?
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You hit the Frigid revlimiter Dude!!!, at 13,000!!!!!!!!
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Old 12-06-2007, 09:52 AM   #8
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Yeah that is what I was thinking
its a 600

not a liter + bike
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its a 600

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all bikes have rev limiters what is your point?
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yeah, even the old cbr is at like.....16k if i remember right?....

but you can tell if you need to shift....question to the forum....

do you actually look at your tach when youre riding?
good point, sometimes i do, to try to get the perfect shift
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yeah, just look at the MH banner above. it can go up to 15K
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It may just need to have the clutch adjusted. If that doesn't fix it, it'll need new plates.

If it's not too bad yet, you'll probably just need the fibers.

If it is starting to slip, the more you ride it, the more damage you'll do and the more expensive it'll be.

Bring it by and we'll adjust it, no charge.
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sweet. no more problems. made the clutch stiffer too. i likey

thanks Motorcycles Unlimited guys
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600s redline at 16k.
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