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Trackside troubleshoot: Slipper clutch (ASAP)
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Exclamation Trackside troubleshoot: Slipper clutch (ASAP) - March 10, 2008, 09:49 AM

hey guys, need some quick troubleshoot here...

we're having issues (in the pits at VIR north right now) with STM slipper clutch on a 07 cbr 600

it seems like the slipper clutch is....well, slipping. Everytime ur on the throttle and accelerating, it slips. RPM go up high, and ur not going anywhere.

Just took the lowers off and taking it apart for a closer look...in the meantime any suggestions are appreciated.


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New lever? Out of adjustment? Does it wiggle? Start simple.
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Whose bike is it? Who did the install? Very important questions. Bolts were not torqued properly? Should of sticked with the Yamaha.
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it wiggles....

all the pressure is off the clutch
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March 10, 2008, 10:05 AM

i think we found the problem: the outer plates are the wrong position (pix later)

we dont have the tool needed

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Did Johnnyspeed do the install?
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it wiggles....

all the pressure is off the clutch
I think the plates may be on backwards. Just a guess.
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March 10, 2008, 11:12 AM

WHACHO NEED SLIPPER CLUTCH FOR ANYWAYS

I LOVE MY TIRE SLIDING SIDE WAYS AND FISH TAILING

IT MAKES ME FEEL LIKE NICKY HYDAN ON THE OLD 900CC MOTOGP BIKE


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lol thnx for all the halp fags

We couldn't find the tools needed so we flintstoned the bitch and it worked

Everything back together before lunch...we will find out if the problem is fixed next session...not bad, only half day wasted

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