Problem...need help clutch





#1
OK,

So I put a new 16T sprocket on while the cover was off I knocked the rod loose and clutch fluid came out. Placed everything back together, and clutch has no pressure. I tried to bleed it, fluid comes out but still no pressure in the clutch. I took everything apart and put the rod, spring, back in and it was full of fluid which dumped out. Again I tried to bleed, which I got fluid to come out, but still no resistance with the lever.

Any Ideas?

Need help asap as I am riding tomorrow.

thanks guys
 

Charlesbusa

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#2
I've heard that it takes a really long time to bleed the clutch, unless you have that suction vacumm device. If you're bleeding without a suction, it will probably take a long time.

Keep at it.
 

300Busa

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#3
Just make sure you keep it full of fluid when bleeding it. Don't want to almost be done and then suck more air in.
 
#4
it doesnt seem to be sucking anything. I took it apart again and filled fluid behind the piston, and checked for movement. It does move but only slightly. When pumping it still has no resistance. Damn Im stumped....:(
 

BusaCruise

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#6
if it's the stock clutch line....they're a PITA.

so many little bends and such for air to get trapped in.... change to a braided line next chance you get.

good luck



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Shanling

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#7
I have a question about the clutch too. Mine is almost all the way out when it engages. Is that normal?
 

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