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post #11 of 32 (permalink) Old 10-24-2019, 08:20 PM Thread Starter
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I took mine to Moto Corsa here in the UK ,cost me £180 all in ,Think we are married to the same war department
That's not terrible ...if this oil change doesn't do the trick I will be looking that direction.

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Didn't work....I guess I'm going to be looking for a new clutch now.

Anyone know of another option other than oem where I have to wait a month? Will a F3 clutch work in my TV?

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Alex from GP Racing is on this board and in Sacramento, CA area. I’ve ordered from him several times and he should be able to assist you.

Speaking to your clutch. Mine went out around 18k. I was heavy on it and a daily rider. Never worked on a clutch before but it was quite easy. The hardest part was remembering the sequence of plates when putting it back together.

I found a plate in there that had a thick groove. Hard to explain but you’ll know when you see it. That was caused by the slimmer ring that, for lack of better words, has a slanted angle to it which caused the groove. The slanting of the thin ring is normal.



After replacing that, the plates and spring everything was back to normal.

If the bike is under warranty and there is a recall on the clutch please take it in for service. At least the can open it up and look for free. You’ll know what your dealing with then.
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I took your advise ATOM and I really don't see anything wrong with it. There looks to me to be a lot of life left in the friction disks. And the drive plates don't have heat marks or scorching on them they look clean.

I see what your talking about the two rings one is sort of tapered and the other is flat. What happened to yours? I'm not understanding what went wrong or if mine has this issue aswell.

I think I am going to try putting a 1mm copper washer inline with the springs to make them clamp harder. Unless someone has done this before and thinks it's a terrible idea.....

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Oh crap. I see what you mean. The plate that the tapered ring rides against is grooved. Is this what is causing my clutch to slip???

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Not sure what the two rings are even there for?? Seems to me like if that's a failure point I should just get rid of them and add another friction disk and drive plate, get a shim on all four springs and/or heavier clamping springs.

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Here I was, coffee in hand, ready to jump into the manual for your bike in order to look a few things up and see if I can help in this situation.....






Now, I guess I'll just have to finish my coffee and move on.




Oh how I wish folks would put their bike model and year in their signature line.....or at least somewhere in the thread.....

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Here I was, coffee in hand, ready to jump into the manual for your bike in order to look a few things up and see if I can help in this situation.....













Now, I guess I'll just have to finish my coffee and move on.









Oh how I wish folks would put their bike model and year in their signature line.....or at least somewhere in the thread.....
Sorry you couldn't find it but I mentioned it in post number 12 but I added it to my profile to make it easier. I guess I figured that people know me by now. I am willing to hear any and all opinions about the issues. I added it to #1 post aswell.

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Didn't work....I guess I'm going to be looking for a new clutch now.

Anyone know of another option other than oem where I have to wait a month? Will a F3 clutch work in my TV?

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Apparently you don't understand the need for specificity here.

Is it an SCS TV?

Year and specific model are what helps when diagnosing issues. You have already fielde suggestions about cable clutches, so this should be apparent to you.

Having it "in your profile" means that those of us who would like to help have to go searching....make it readily apparent.

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It is not an SCS. I understand where it could be confusing. It is now listed in all the places you asked.

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