My 04 YZ450f clutch works fine when bike is running in all gears, but when bike is off when I pull the clutch In while bike is in gear nothing happens, I’m new to T4s but I don’t think this is normal
Hey guys, I bought this YZ85 and came to realise the clutch wasnt working, so I drained the oil (Jet black) and pulled the plates out and cleaned them. I assumed finding a torque wrench would be easier than it has been. Does anyone know how to torque the clutch springs to spec without a wrench? Any insight helps.
My 01' yz125 seems to be requiring a large amount of throttle to get off the line. I've ridden plenty of properly jetted 125's and none required quite so much throttle work from a dead stop. Even slipping the clutch it wont get going without a pretty healthy amount of throttle. Thinking it just needs a clutch rebuild kit and maybe a basket. Any info appreciated!
If it helps any here is what it has done.
FMF Fatty, VForce 3 reeds, and an iridium plug.
I have a brand new Barnett Extra plate setup still in the box. It replaces the judder spring with a regular fiber. My old clutch had a judder spring break which wiped out the stock clutch. I was in a bind ordered this kit but it ended up coming 2 days later then it was suppose too. So now I don’t need it asking $180 SHIPPED
—“Complete Extra Plate Kit- consists of 8 Kevlar friction plates, 7 tempered steel plates and a set of springs. Provides maximum clutch capacity.”—