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    Originally posted by and@Jul 18 2005, 09:21 PM
    his advise is gd. he does his own repairs
    I'm oso learning lar....some things u still nid a mech to do it.....I noe cos mine oso got that irritating sound....just got to live with it.....

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    Originally posted by humveexl@Jul 18 2005, 02:05 PM
    how do you guys see or feel that your clutch plate is worn out? any way of self-diagnose? does 2nd gear kick down once became neutral, slow pick up a sign?
    when your bike is stationary, u clutch in n high rev... if the bike move forward when u clutch in... means ure clutch plate botak soon..
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    Thanks guys for advice. learn something new again. have the sign that james mention, going to try the "clutch in n high rev " tomolo morning. . Sorry for the noise for guys staying in Pasir Ris.

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    Originally posted by humveexl@Jul 18 2005, 10:16 PM
    Thanks guys for advice. learn something new again. have the sign that james mention, going to try the "clutch in n high rev " tomolo morning. . Sorry for the noise for guys staying in Pasir Ris.
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    you mean at a high rev clutch in and kick down to 1st gear rite?
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    ppl change clutch plates ard wad mileage ah?

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    yah i'm also curious... roughly how long does a clutch plate can ast 1 yr or 2 yr? or after how many distance

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    Originally posted by taring77@Jul 20 2005, 05:23 PM
    yah i'm also curious... roughly how long does a clutch plate can ast 1 yr or 2 yr? or after how many distance
    Once when you find is hard to find your netural and difficult to engage gear,it is time to replace it.

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    Originally posted by Hell Angel@Jul 20 2005, 10:07 PM
    Once when you find is hard to find your netural and difficult to engage gear,it is time to replace it.
    lolz... not change EO when you have those that you mention meh?

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    Originally posted by taring77@Jul 20 2005, 05:23 PM
    yah i'm also curious... roughly how long does a clutch plate can ast 1 yr or 2 yr? or after how many distance
    100k km thereabouts.
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    100 k km = very long..hehehe
    16k km ~= 1yr
    hmmm ...

     

     
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    Originally posted by taring77@Jul 21 2005, 10:40 AM
    100 k km = very long..hehehe
    16k km ~= 1yr
    hmmm ...
    depends on who's riding
    20k km is probably 6months for some
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    Originally posted by floppy@Jul 21 2005, 10:29 AM
    100k km thereabouts.
    i guess mine still long way to go ah...

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    Originally posted by newbie@Jul 21 2005, 01:49 PM
    i guess mine still long way to go ah...
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    Originally posted by and@Jul 21 2005, 01:52 PM
    u can ride till u graduate
    yah ah quite true. got money then i go Combine ah. now nid to find screw for my bike. lost one ah.

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    Originally posted by newbie@Jul 21 2005, 02:00 PM
    yah ah quite true. got money then i go Combine ah. now nid to find screw for my bike. lost one ah.
    go lab coffee shop behind lor. there gt all sorts of screws

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    Originally posted by and@Jul 21 2005, 02:02 PM
    go lab coffee shop behind lor. there gt all sorts of screws
    will try there after i go to a shop at ubi ave 2... forummers say ubi there oso got...

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    for those staying east side and lazy to go LAB to buy screws, i got it from Yong Seng at Ubi Ave 2, Blk 3026...

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    Originally posted by spectral77@Jul 21 2005, 10:11 AM
    lolz... not change EO when you have those that you mention meh?
    Not neccessary must be EO to have these symptons....

    The most evitable would be the sliding of the clutch whereby the discs slipped one against another and the clutch is not reconciled totally. In simple term u'll feel that the motor works but not transmitting the total power to the wheel.

    Other symptoms are mentioned b4 like sliding of bike ahead with the clutch lever totally pressed, difficulty in engaging gear, difficulty in the search of neutral...

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    hi there ,

    How much is the brand new clutch housing and plate .have anyone changed it before.


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    there r a total of 6 clutch plates. 1 is abt $15 like that...

    then there's a paper gasket u need to change oso cos dismantling the casing will damage the gasket.

    i changed b4... cost me $150 like that... its better to change oil together oso... use new EO on new clutch plate... sounds so good...



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    How to know whether our clutch plate wear out already anot?

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    Anyone can help?

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    if u troubleshoot in changing gear...or
    1st gear fully clutch in...if still move means wore out liao....

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    okie i thanks...

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    Thankf bro ,

    by the way which motot shop u recommend?

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    there's no shop i can recommand...

    i do up at GHC serangoon... that's where i normally do up my bike...

    shop near mah motors... or near ASP serangoon.

    can try there lor... mayb the mechanic ride liao say ok u no need to change liao...
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    normally, it will be sluggish acceleration, engine feels weak... get a experience mech to test for you... those experience one... know how to 'feel' without opening up your bike...



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    Any senior out there pls advise me where possible...

    I'm going to change my clutch plate and clutch spring coz I suspect my Version S high fuel consumption is caused by that. Also, sometimes when I change or drop gear, e.g. 6th-5th or 3rd-4th etc, the sound tak tak very loud leh...I'm worried that my gears are spoilt.

    A) Has anyone here changed clutch plates b4? Got change clutch spring also?
    B) How do you determine if the gears are spoilt? Wat are the symptoms of spoilt gears? And if wanna change roughly how much damage to the pocket??

    Thks to anyone who could provide advice...Any advice are welcome....
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    clutch slip when going high rev..u will find when u going high rev in higher speed and rpm will slightly jump higher or drop gear when u never change it....clutch spring change to performance spring for better and faster grip..but clutch cable worn out faster... below 200 should be able to get it done..or even below 150...

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    change clutch plates will cost $110-$120...not more....but for S4 no need to use performance/sports springs...not much diff after install...

     

     
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    Originally posted by WingZer0@Dec 20 2006, 05:37 PM
    change clutch plates will cost $110-$120...not more....but for S4 no need to use performance/sports springs...not much diff after install...
    izzt??jeez...but changing of that not expensive rite? but if the spring got worn off...still have to change too...

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    Thanks for all the reply guys...However, I dun experience a drop in gear when I dun change it and my rpm also dun jump higher at high rev leh.... But I suspect the clutch friction plate worn liao that's why when release clutch the transmission of power from engine to wheel got lost....Is this how it works? And wat about clutch cable? Must change altogether too? I mean, clutch plate, clutch spring and clutch cable?? And do clutch friction plate and clutch plate mean the same? Sorry if I sound goondoo.....
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    try this if u suspect ur clutch plates are worn.....

    while moving pull the clutch all the way in and release slowly if u hear a thud thud sound before hitting half clutch means ur clutch plates are worn

    or

    while stationery pull the clutch and engage 1st gear, if the bike moves forward a bit while the clutch is pulled at the max means ur clutch plate is gone....

    hope u understand what I'm trying to say...

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    try this if u suspect ur clutch plates are worn.....

    while moving pull the clutch all the way in and release slowly if u hear a thud thud sound before hitting half clutch means ur clutch plates are worn

    >> No idea how the thud-thud sound can mean that the clutch plates are worn.

    while stationery pull the clutch and engage 1st gear, if the bike moves forward a bit while the clutch is pulled at the max means ur clutch plate is gone....

    >> This most prob means his clutch cable free play is too little.


    Another way, if you wanna try,
    1. Place front wheel against wall.
    2. Engage 2nd gear.
    3. Throttle up while slowly releasing clutch.
    you engine should die off. If your rpm can go up and back wheel never move, your clutch plates are gone.

    The loud "tak-tak" sound when down shifting could be because of numerous reasons.
    - Engine oil old or not enough
    - Clutch lever not enough free play
    - Chain too loose..

    All clutch plates does is to transmit power from engine, to the gear box. Clutch plates for a super 4 last from 80k - 100k or even more depending on rider. Most ppl just change the clutch plates. The springs are pretty hardy. CLutch cable is only changed if it is worn, i.e. the wires coming apart.

    Best remedy, go to your fav workshop and get a reliable mech to check your bike. Making decisions based on answers here is at your own risk.

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    Originally posted by William Tan@Dec 21 2006, 01:34 PM
    try this if u suspect ur clutch plates are worn.....

    while moving pull the clutch all the way in and release slowly if u hear a thud thud sound before hitting half clutch means ur clutch plates are worn

    >> No idea how the thud-thud sound can mean that the clutch plates are worn.

    while stationery pull the clutch and engage 1st gear, if the bike moves forward a bit while the clutch is pulled at the max means ur clutch plate is gone....

    >> This most prob means his clutch cable free play is too little.


    Another way, if you wanna try,
    1. Place front wheel against wall.
    2. Engage 2nd gear.
    3. Throttle up while slowly releasing clutch.
    you engine should die off. If your rpm can go up and back wheel never move, your clutch plates are gone.

    The loud "tak-tak" sound when down shifting could be because of numerous reasons.
    - Engine oil old or not enough
    - Clutch lever not enough free play
    - Chain too loose..

    All clutch plates does is to transmit power from engine, to the gear box. Clutch plates for a super 4 last from 80k - 100k or even more depending on rider. Most ppl just change the clutch plates. The springs are pretty hardy. CLutch cable is only changed if it is worn, i.e. the wires coming apart.

    Best remedy, go to your fav workshop and get a reliable mech to check your bike. Making decisions based on answers here is at your own risk.
    Thank you so much for your advices...Also thks to WingZer0....Based on wat you guys said, my clutch plate ok leh.....then wat explains my fuel consumption that's relatively high?....Wat's more when I throttle up, the speed increases very slowly and to one point it seems to peak liao...and it's not very fast I'm talking about....maybe engine old liao, maybe camshaft belt....too many maybe...
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    Originally posted by rideral@Dec 22 2006, 01:02 AM
    Thank you so much for your advices...Also thks to WingZer0....Based on wat you guys said, my clutch plate ok leh.....then wat explains my fuel consumption that's relatively high?....Wat's more when I throttle up, the speed increases very slowly and to one point it seems to peak liao...and it's not very fast I'm talking about....maybe engine old liao, maybe camshaft belt....too many maybe...
    clean and synchronise your carb? Check tire pressure? Check chain tension? Basically the basic stuff first before you venture into the engine.

    What you're describing doesn't sound like a problem...how you know other Ver S accelerate very fast at the same throttle opening?

    Btw, clutch plates has a friction pad that grips and rubs against friction plates, which are plain metal plates....confused?
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    Originally posted by snowparang@Dec 22 2006, 01:33 AM
    clean and synchronise your carb? Check tire pressure? Check chain tension? Basically the basic stuff first before you venture into the engine.

    What you're describing doesn't sound like a problem...how you know other Ver S accelerate very fast at the same throttle opening?

    Btw, clutch plates has a friction pad that grips and rubs against friction plates, which are plain metal plates....confused?
    I've checked those basic stuff liao leh.... Becoz I've rode another Version S previously at work, I compared the two and mine really a bit unusual tat's why...

    Anyway, thanks for explaining the last part...now got a better idea liao...
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    hi ppl... Im riding a Ver S.

    will there be any tell tale sign when your clutch plate gone..

    pls advise thanks...

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    Originally posted by draggyjoe@May 06, 2007 01:44 am
    hi ppl... Im riding a Ver S.

    will there be any tell tale sign when your clutch plate gone..

    pls advise thanks...
    1) Excessive noise when in gear and/or in neutral
    2) Slipping out of gear (Clutch slippage)
    3) Difficulty in shifting gears

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    If i'm not wrong....ur rpm is abnormally high...eg...for a vtec 1...at 6k rpm..speed of bike is abt 95kmh....if rpm is 7k and speed only 95kmh...then it may be one of the clutch plate.
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    Thanks ppl... roughly how much to change the clutch plate? any work shop to recommend?

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    Was quoted by Unique - $120 for Clutch plate + Gasket (they advise to change together with Engine Oil - Total : $150)

    Planet quoted $110 for changing clutch plates only

    I think in the components parts section they write Bikeworks Clutch plate + Gasket $110

    Riding a Vtec1, note sure if its the same. But should be right?

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    Heard some people say change clutch plates no need to change EO...but the engine oil first touch the clutch area when pour into the engine...so I'd rather change engine oil.
    I've taken pics of my bike when I changed my coil and clutch plates...do check out the pics so that you have a better picture.
    Change of clutch plates about $110 + EO , total wud be $150+

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    Looks like at least is in the 150 range

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    Hey bro,
    I juz had my clutch plates changed @ Planet yesterday....Ah Chong charged me $110 including gasket & no need to change ur engine oil coz they raise the bike so the engine oil moves to the other side. I recommend that you go down there coz is he doesnt find it necessary he wont force u to change ur clutch plates....Tell him that you come from SBF he will give u the smile you have been waiting for hehehe...
    Cheers mate...

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    Originally posted by vitalidol@May 06, 2007 10:16 pm
    Hey bro,
    I juz had my clutch plates changed @ Planet yesterday....Ah Chong charged me $110 including gasket & no need to change ur engine oil coz they raise the bike so the engine oil moves to the other side. I recommend that you go down there coz is he doesnt find it necessary he wont force u to change ur clutch plates....Tell him that you come from SBF he will give u the smile you have been waiting for hehehe...
    Cheers mate...
    how long is the process?

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    changing of clutch plate DO NOT need to change eo.
    the whole process abt 1-2hr so as the gasket glue can be set.

    juz assume
    if clutch plate change is 110, 150 -110 = 40 for the eo...
    that will be very very.. for u to imagine.

    cheers

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    Originally posted by quizesilver@May 07, 2007 12:38 am
    changing of clutch plate DO NOT need to change eo.
    the whole process abt 1-2hr so as the gasket glue can be set.

    juz assume
    if clutch plate change is 110, 150 -110 = 40 for the eo...
    that will be very very.. for u to imagine.

    cheers
    I didn't say that its a must to change the EO...but I prefer to change it...cos maybe it was the d*&m mech at H*# C*@#! touch the 'insides' of the clutch area...so I got this feeling of some debris deposited inside...hahaha..thats just me I guess.

    Change EO in this case is just 3 bottles of EO and no need change oil filter. If EO costs $12/btl...x 3 wud be $36.
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    Originally posted by TangoBoy@May 07, 2007 03:05 am
    I didn't say that its a must to change the EO...but I prefer to change it...cos maybe it was the d*&m mech at H*# C*@#! touch the 'insides' of the clutch area...so I got this feeling of some debris deposited inside...hahaha..thats just me I guess.

    Change EO in this case is just 3 bottles of EO and no need change oil filter. If EO costs $12/btl...x 3 wud be $36.
    hey hey cool cool
    nothing against anyone. juz only nv think that EO will got 12 per btl. as i am using maxima that is why maybe it is is "overkill" haha at min 20 per btl it will be 60 + 110 easily 170.

    anyway personal belief is that dun use a too low grade oil for ur ride only worry is that it is not offering the protect to the internal.

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