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post #11 of 102 (permalink) Old 11-24-2018, 01:52 PM
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It would be nice for MV to give me a new "old" style rear wheel hub cush assy but I don't think that'll happen. My bike is very low km and already has substantial axial wear on the hub rubbers.

I have the same issue with my '16 TV but I got the same set of parts. Sorry to dissapoint you. It' cold here so I will not go to my service before March but we agreed to machine a new top hat spacer to prevent this from happening in the future.




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For what it's worth, Moto Corsa UK are just submitting my service bulletin claims for the cush drive/clutch basket and sprag starter. The latter was actually meant to be submitted at the beginning of last summer, but much to my annoyance I found out that the previous service desk person didn't actually bother doing it. Thankfully, she got the boot, and the new person (Andrew) seems a lot more capable in the customer service department.

I'm told there is a fairly long list of people waiting for the cush drive/clutch basket parts to turn up from MV. Supposedly, MV has opened a can of worms with this latest bulletin because it can't seem to supply all the bikes it now needs to fix! Quelle surprise.

Luckily my bike is off the road until March/April, which is when Moto Corsa hope the parts will have arrived by...

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Has anybody had any weird clutch symptoms ?

A couple of times I've been waiting at a set of lights, and when I've tried to take off the clutch does not bite at the normal spot, but then bites hard as I go past that spot.
The first time it happened, it jumped the front wheel skyward.
I'm thinking that it may have something to do with the slipper mechanism.

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Do this apply in U.S.?

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Has anybody had any weird clutch symptoms ?



A couple of times I've been waiting at a set of lights, and when I've tried to take off the clutch does not bite at the normal spot, but then bites hard as I go past that spot.

The first time it happened, it jumped the front wheel skyward.

I'm thinking that it may have something to do with the slipper mechanism.



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I get this from time to time on my 2016 TV. I guess itís the same issue.


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Has anybody had any weird clutch symptoms ?

A couple of times I've been waiting at a set of lights, and when I've tried to take off the clutch does not bite at the normal spot, but then bites hard as I go past that spot.
The first time it happened, it jumped the front wheel skyward.
I'm thinking that it may have something to do with the slipper mechanism.

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Yes, my '16 Turismo is the first bike I've owned with hydro-clutch... not a fan.
Not a fan of the slipper feature either.
But, I do not think the slipper feature is to blame for quirkiness of the clutch.

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Clutch on my Turismo exhibited some weird behaviour occasionally when pulling away, especially when the engine was cold. Very disconcerting as the bite point seemed to become almost on or off and shifted around, it either resulted in a stall or the need to rev hard and try and slip the clutch in. Most of the time it worked normally though. Not great when you pull out into traffic and it does this, could have killed me in France on the way back from the Vosges trip last year if the lorry driver bearing down on my stalled bike hadn't noticed me and braked quite hard. I was crossing his path to turn left onto a main road from a side road, plenty of time save for the stall...

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Clutch on my Turismo exhibited some weird behaviour occasionally when pulling away, especially when the engine was cold. Very disconcerting as the bite point seemed to become almost on or off and shifted around, it either resulted in a stall or the need to rev hard and try and slip the clutch in. Most of the time it worked normally though. Not great when you pull out into traffic and it does this, could have killed me in France on the way back from the Vosges trip last year if the lorry driver bearing down on my stalled bike hadn't noticed me and braked quite hard. I was crossing his path to turn left onto a main road from a side road, plenty of time save for the stall...
Yeah, it happened to me again today, I was ready for it though.
It seems to be when I try to take off quickly by having the revs up and feeding the clutch in.
The bike bucks and jerks as the clutch bites and then lets go in quick succession.

Might have to call the dealer.

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Yeah, it happened to me again today, I was ready for it though.
It seems to be when I try to take off quickly by having the revs up and feeding the clutch in.
The bike bucks and jerks as the clutch bites and then lets go in quick succession.

Might have to call the dealer.
My Dragster RR '18 does this! So embarrassing and dangerous. As with you, it seems to happen when you try to take off fast.

My dealer has already put in a claim for my exhaust valve and will be addressing the clutch bulletin thing as well. I am hoping this is the cause, but will be checking it out once all the work is done.

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