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clutch TSB

Was at my dealer today getting a new front tire (funny - worn out at 4500 miles but the rear is fine) and there is a technical service bulletin for the clutch. Looks like some internal parts need to be replaced. Evidently isn't dangerous, and my dealer started the paperwork to get the parts for it. To quote my service manager "looks like MV wants to start being a real company" as they are requiring the dealer to first send paperwork to the US office, then have the US office send to Italy (as opposed to just letting the US office initiate). Ahh, bureaucracy...

On a positive note, the bike continues to make me giggle. Weekend after next I go in for tweaks with a local suspension guru.


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Maybe do fewer stoppies, sir. XD

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Two observations on this; tech at Ed Cosker's mentioned that there was a clutch modification available and would hopefully fit this to my TV the next time I'm in. Said it was to reduce noise.

Front tyre, pretty shocked but mine was down to wear markers by lunchtime today on the right shoulder, now as good as bald in the same place a few hours later. Total mileage: 2,385! Still about 500 miles until home so will have to be very careful if it rains. Good news is weather looks fine for tomorrow, our last full day in Spain. Will reduce/eliminate trail braking into right-handers for the rest of the trip...

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Maybe do fewer stoppies, sir. XD
I never do those. At least on purpose


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Jen has taken her TV back to the dealer complaining of excessive clutch noise and a judder when pulling away, we were aware of the TSB so in it went.

Bike on the ramp clutch out and inspected, no apparent sign of damage/wear, parts on order but we all know its going to be a good wait before those turn up, bike on a bit over 5k miles. Not a happy wife at the moment

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My bike has been stuck at the dealer for nearly two months . It has the usual 10 niggly things , but it is the TSB on the clutch and the dealer saying the bike can't be ridden because of this, that is the real problem.
Have any other TV owners been told not to ride the bike until the clutch is fixed /and or have the parts been available to do the repairs.
Summer is slipping away here.
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it is the TSB on the clutch and the dealer saying the bike can't be ridden because of this, that is the real problem.
Have any other TV owners been told not to ride the bike until the clutch is fixed /and or have the parts been available to do the repairs.
Summer is slipping away here.
Sympathies on being bike-less at this time of year. No warning from dealer regarding not riding the bike, would be quite miffed if he did... If it were dangerous this would surely be a recall rather than a service bulletin.

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My bike has been stuck at the dealer for nearly two months . It has the usual 10 niggly things , but it is the TSB on the clutch and the dealer saying the bike can't be ridden because of this, that is the real problem.
Have any other TV owners been told not to ride the bike until the clutch is fixed /and or have the parts been available to do the repairs.
Summer is slipping away here.
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Sympathies on being bike-less at this time of year. No warning from dealer regarding not riding the bike, would be quite miffed if he did... If it were dangerous this would surely be a recall rather than a service bulletin.
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This one ?
Interesting - they allow 48 mins to perform the procedure from start to finish. Sounds about right? I have been told some crazy (low) times for some things by dealers.

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