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  1. I would like to start off by saying that I am a new rider and never been on a bike with an auto clutch. That's not to say that I wouldn't be interested in trying one out, even though I will probably never have one. I bought my first bike at 29 and a year later I'm still a pretty terrible rider, but it is still a blast. I bought a motorcycle to have fun and no other reason. So to the question, if someone can buy an auto clutch and it makes riding more fun for THEM then why not? A lot of people say that it prevents you from learning proper clutch skills etc etc, but what does it matter if you have more fun?
  2. Hi all! This is my first post on the forum so sorry if I'm in the wrong thread. I pulled a 2002 cr80 off the beach that I found abandon there and I recently got it running, but the clutch needs to be replaced/fixed. I can get all of the screws for the clutch cover off but one is behind the foot peg so I can't get a ratchet or wrench back there. Any ideas?
  3. So I ordered new clutch plates and springs for my 1986 Kx 80 and today I tried to change them. The clutch cover came off fine, however the bolt in the centre of the clutch WILL NOT BUDGE. I've tried ratchets, torque bars, and multiple impacts. The Bolt either doesn't move or the impact jumps off the head of the bolt, I need any suggestions or help. I will leave a picture of the manual page about the clutch if that helps you guys understand, thanks.
  4. I recently bought a used yz85 2002, runs well starts first kick every time, but i've noticed it has a problem with the clutch. When i pull the clutch in and start it while in gear it grabs and will drive as if im not touching the clutch. So i held the bike in place with clutch in and kept revving it and then it worked and idled, but then i let go of clutch and it stayed slipping and would not drive at all till i stopped the bike and went to neutral and back to first. I dont know what the problem is, my friend told me i have weak clutch springs and to replace it but someone online said that there might be grooves in the basket, please help though Ive never heard of a problem or had a problem like this with any of my bikes. thanks, payten.
  5. what should i consider before buying a used recluse clutch !? in https://rekluse.com/ you can find the product which is suitable for your bike model and then looked for the same model used one !? i have found a second hand rekluse clutch ( z-start pro ) which has been used on a 2009 suzuki rmz450 . what should i check before buying and installing it on my bike (2011 yz450f) . is it just ok to take it out from another bike and do the clutch spring adjustment and use it on my bike !? Or they are designed specifically for each manufacture !? ?
  6. Hey guys, been reading the forum for some time, as i started riding a wr450f 2008 a year ago. My clutch is veryy graby so i took it apart and filed the basket and boss grooves and did the swiss cheese mod to the boss. Now the thing is that i want to assemble it back and I cant get the basket to enter enough to lock basket and boss with the nut. Is there a trick to put the basket right?
  7. I noticed today that there is some play in the clutch arm on my 2004 KX250. It moves maybe 1/8 inch up out of the case. No side to side movement and the clutch seems to be engaging fine. I tried taking the clutch basket out and looking at things but everything seemed to be okay. Maybe I'm not looking for the right things? Any idea as to why this may be happening? Thanks for the input!
  8. Looking for some help. I bought this bike blown up, rebuilt and bought new parts and put it all together but used the clutch that came with it. The bike runs really good. I went for the first ride and few days ago after some heat cycles and was just putting around my yard. When I first set off the clutch was working as it should, smooth feel at the lever, no lurching as I put it in gear or anything out of the ordinary. When I stopped and went to set off again tho, the bike tried to jump as I put it in gear and then the grab at the lever was gone. The clutch won't disengage. Has anyone else had a similar issue? I have been reading and many people said this was due to the plates sticking or grooves worn into the basket. When putting mine together I used a diagram and am quite sure it is together as it should be and the basket is not grooved. Could this be due to the oil? I was using 10w40 Castrol, should I try some atf type f? It's like there is suddenly more space between the pressure plate and the plates, I don't get it
  9. I'd like to say that I really appreciate all the help from this forum. It is amazing. I tried searching for a previous post on this problem and cure but didn't find a match. Found something close which leads me to think that the fix will be more costly. So I'm asking to see if there's a chance at making this easier and less costly. My son's yz 85 recently had a problem with the clutch not disengaging. Checked the cable and it moved freely but noticed the push lever wasn't always returning back with the spring action. The spring looked intact. Thought there might be something in the clutch keeping it from moving back. Not sure what would do that but took it apart anyway. Everything inside looks good. The plates, fibers, basket, hub both push rods, ball. Some wear on the fibers but good. With every thing out the push lever still wouldn't move freely. So on the left side I took the chain cover off and see that the chain must have gotten so loose that it started to hit the crankcase where the push lever is. I guess it's pushed the case in enough that it's binding the lever. Whose case is I have to change the crankcase. Has anyone ever experienced this and is there an easier/ less expensive fix? I haven't tried to remove the push lever yet. From other posts it sounds like it should come out fairly easy. Thanks for all the help!
  10. Long time lurker, first post I have a 1998 yz250 that seems like the clutch won't disengage. I can start the bike in neutral but not with the clutch lever pulled in. If the bike is running, as soon as I pull in the clutch the bike stalls like it's in gear. The clutch pull doesn't feel really soft but not super stiff either. Bike seems to shift gears easily enough when off and pulling clutch in. I am thinking maybe the issue is with a grooved basket/inner hub, but I want to confirm this before I throw parts at it. Here is a pic of the basket/ hub. They don't seem THAT bad but looking for some other input. Also I wanted to know if the clutch basket nut is reverse threaded or not before I try to remove it. Thanks in advance! Tldr: bike stalls trying to go into gear, won't start with clutch held in. Is the problem grooved clutch basket? Also is clutch basket nut reverse threaded?
  11. Time Left: 11 days and 13 hours

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    Recently bought the clutch to install in my son's 450 and he decided to stay on the 250F so it has never been installed. I can return it, but the store will only give me store credit so I am offering it for an exceptional deal. Fits 2010 - 2017 Yamaha YZ450F, 2016 - 2017 WR450F, 2016 - 2017 YZ450FX Call or text me at 801-36two-8899.

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  12. Hi All. I'm am trying to track down a new rubber diaphragm for the Brembo clutch master cylinder reservoir on my KTM 450 exc 2015 model. I can't seem to find this item sold separately. The current one is distorted and not sealing with the cover seal. I can only find complete master cylinders. Can anyone help or send me a link to replace this diaphragm.
  13. I would like to ask you for advice on rebuilding a Brembo clutch slave cylinder. I know that Maguras used to have a circlip and I was wondering how do you get the piston out from this one? Anything to watch out for? Thanks!
  14. hello everyone out there name is Luke, I'm new to the forum so hopefully this is in right spot. I own a 2009 yz450f and I just put new Tusk clutch plates and heavy duty springs in it. It shifts between gears nicely and back into neutral pretty good but when I pull the clutch in and slap it into first from neutral it seems to clunk. It's not a real bad clunk, but I don't remember how smooth it was when I first got it and I'm wondering if it's common or normal for it clunk a little bit going from neutral to first? Thank you for your time have a great day peeps!
  15. I have a 2001 Honda Cr125R that i just had the whole clutch replaced because my old one was shot do to a bad bearing that caused all types of problems. Anyway, i was happy with the work that got done on it right after because my bike started on 1 kick every time until i stalled it in the street due to a failed burnout attempt (lol). I had my bike in gear and just naturally held in the clutch and went to kick it over expecting it to start right up with no issues. But it did not start, it kind of jerked me forward a little bit and just didnt feel right when i was kicking it over. So i put the bike in neutral and kicked it over 1 kick, no problems. This just seemed very odd to me because I've never come across this problem before. With some further investigation on the bike, I put it up on the stand where the back tire does not touch the ground, started it up in neutral, put it in first gear just to stall it out but the bike DID NOT STALL! I let go of the clutch completely and the back tire just spun. Can anybody help with this? My first suspicion was something with the clutch cable possibly being too tight???
  16. So I took my txc to the sand dunes for the first time and I made sure that my bike was ready, by that I mean antifreeze was checked, air filter cleaned and so on. But when I was riding there my bike was overheating in the first 20 minutes. The fan was working it's butt off and I could hear a swishing noise when I put my ear up to the radiator which I don't know if that is normal. Also my clutch wouldn't engage so I couldn't shift when I was riding but as soon as I stopped the bike died and the clutch would engage again. And my friends bike was doing just fine, his fan didn't even turn on and I want to know if anyone else with Husqvarna is having the same problems or even anyone with the same model?
  17. Hello people, First of all, sorry for my poor English. My name is Lucas, I'm from Argentina and i bought a year ago a Yamaha YZ125 1998. Recently i had a problem with my clutch and i have to replace some parts. The problem is i cannot find the pressure plate for my model (PN: 4EX-16351-00-00) and i was wondering if the later models plate (PN: 5HD-16351-00) can work on my bike... At look it seems to be exactly the same, but i doubt it, so maybe anyone know and can confirm if works or not. Also I cannot find the screws with washer (PN: 90159-06016-00), that would be much a difference or be risky to just assembly it with screws from a grocery or something? Remember the main problem is I cannot find the OEM parts, not I don't want to... I'm just trying to find the best solution without making damage to my bike. Thank you so much in advance, I really appreciate it.
  18. I just installed a new Radius Rekluse clutch on my 2016 Beta 350RR. I'm having trouble adjusting the Free Play Gain so that I can use engine braking. Either I get too much free play or or not enough. I recently installed the same clutch on my KTM 530 and I can get the engine braking so I know it can be done. Any tips? should I use the heavier springs in the Rekluse disc pack?
  19. I have upgraded the clutch on the 250L with the EBC friction disks and springs. The clutch pull is easy, not hydraulic easy but easy as in 2 finger. On the brake side I never use more than 3 fingers. I would like to get shorty levers and both MSR and Moose make shortys. My excellent local parts shop guy say they fit the R models, but most likely not the L models due to dual sport peculiarities. Does anyone know if these shortys will fit the 250L, or have you fit them to the bike with lever modifications? If no one has installed them, I'll just cut the stock levers to the length I want - doesn't look as nice but it works, as I did cut my WR450 levers down and had no issues.
  20. Hey guys, I've had my wr450 for about 3 months now, and everything has been working fine, only some light carburetor done. Yesterday I let a younger kid use it, his riding skills are very basic and we only did some simple tracks, and when I got it back and went on my own I noticed 5th gear won't work; it will engage, but when you give it gas the engine revs making a weird noise and the bike does't move except for your initial inertia. I tried it a couple times, picking up speed and moving up to 5th, but it kept doing the same thing and I didn't want to force it. Any ideas? Thanks!
  21. hey guys, I'm new to the world of bikes and my uncle has experience with bikes and showed me a few simple things like brake pads and bleeding my brake lines, i just bought my first bike a 2006 rm125. first time i went to ride we started it up and went to put it in first gear, slammed first gear and stalled. figured out if i rev while putting it in gear it goes in fine with a little lurch (no problem just getting my bearings riding the bike for now).clutch plates are brand new, swapped in a new clutch cable hoping that was the only issue. so with a brand new cable I'm still having this problem it seems as though the fitment is off. i was wondering if anyone has an opinions on what might be wrong, i was told something might be missing on the inside (from when previous owner replaced clutch) because the arm that holds the clutch inside the engine (no idea the name of it) could be a little bit lower so that it engages sooner and better. again like i said i apologize I'm a newb with all this and just looking for opinions on what may be wrong. my question is, why wont a clutch cable made for my bike not fit right? could i be missing an internal component causing issues? and should i just go with a whole new clutch kit?
  22. Hey guys its me again... the motocross noob and this time I bought a clutch cover protecter when bought my brand new 2017 yz250f so that it wouldn't get all scratched up. It came with longer hardware etc. do you know if when I take off the clutch cover bolts to bolt the protecter over the top will it leak oil? If it will I will just wait till after I break it in while I'm doing the oil change. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
  23. Hello, I have been stuck on a couple issues with the motor from a 2003 KTM 450 MXC. I purchased the entire bike with the motor in a box. The motor was assembled a couple of years ago and is going to be used on a racing go kart. After extensive searches (and financial & family setbacks), it is time to reach out for help. ISSUE 1- I first had an issue with the clutch lever being very difficult to pull and it seems like the transmission is not disengaging when it is squeezed. I rebuilt the master cylinder and it was minutely easier to pull. I read a post that the clutch plates may be stuck together. I found some extra grease used to hold the clutch pins on some of the plates,so I wiped them down and re assembled. With the cover off, I pulled the clutch lever and it pulled firm yet much easier and I could see the clutch move, something it labored to do beforehand. I buttoned everything back up and tried to shift into gear. It only seemed to engage in 2 gears. While engaged, I pulled the clutch lever and it did not disengage the gear. This will be shifted by hand. ISSUE 2- The electric start is not working when the button is pressed. I put in a new battery, replaced the switch (combo orange/black), replaced the starter solenoid, and replaced the fuses in the solenoid. I need to get a multi meter to get the numbers, but with my test light I have power to the starter solenoid and power to 2 of the 4 wires in the harness that connects to the solenoid. When I press the "orange" button, nothing changes. When the "black" button is pressed, I have power to all 4 wires in the solenoid harness. However, no power from the solenoid to the starter. I ran a jumper wire from the red wire to the starter directly, it started to turn over. So, I guess I'm trying to figure out if there is something that is preventing it from sending power to the starter like a key switch or on/off somewhere. This is the factory harness that came off of the bike. Trying to decipher the electronic diagram, I am thinking I may be missing a ground, maybe off of the voltage regulator? Any help is greatly appreciated, need to get this thing figured out. I will try to get back to respond as soon as I can, I am working a ton of hours this summer. Thanks! Steve T
  24. Bought a 95 cr250, clutch lifter is contacting the cover when clutch lever is fully pulled in. Is this an adjustment issue, or worn out components?
  25. need some help on my 1991 it seems to have a reverse clutch basket. need to get it apart for the case to be split. never had trouble because usualy the presusre plate just comes off with the 5 springs. really confuses and need some help ive done the drive gear washer method. 3/8 impact and still wont break loose. seen vids and looks like they have a bolt on the 91 kx80 mine seems to be a nut 100% so im really stuck and need some help. thanks guys