Clutch problems.




#1
Hi any info would be great thanks.
I have only changed the clutch springs, since then the clutch will not move, the rod on the slave will not move in
 

rubbersidedown

BUSA-RIDIN'-BASTID
Donating Member
Registered
#2
It would be hard to mess this up,but I'm guessing you removed all the springs at once and and had a peek inside,just to see. :laugh:

When you did that,it allowed the rod to extend.

Remove counter shaft sprocket cover,open bleed valve,push slave piston all the way back in,close bleed,re-install cover,bleed system,good-2-go. :thumbsup:

Why the need to change the springs? Going to the strip?

RSD.
 

GIXERHP

ok, ok...just a wee bit Irish...
Donating Member
Registered
#4
What springs did you install, how heavy are they?

You could have broke the sprocket cover possibly!
 
#5
It would be hard to mess this up,but I'm guessing you removed all the springs at once and and had a peek inside,just to see. :laugh:

When you did that,it allowed the rod to extend.

Remove counter shaft sprocket cover,open bleed valve,push slave piston all the way back in,close bleed,re-install cover,bleed system,good-2-go. :thumbsup:

Why the need to change the springs? Going to the strip?

RSD.
I have put the engine in a smart car, I was told i need to change the springs to heavier ones
I have pushed it all the way back but it is only moving about 1mm. I have even tried to connect the bike master cylinder but no joy.
I am thinking it could be the slave faulty?:banghead:
 
#6
What springs did you install, how heavy are they?

You could have broke the sprocket cover possibly!
That all I know that they are heavy duty ones,
I have striped the clutch down and checked the push rod in side the engine and it seems ok.
I have pushed the piston all the way back and bleed the system loads of times
But no joy. I thinks I will just have to fit the old ones and try it again and see if it works then?
 

Similar threads




Top