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    ANYONE KNOW WER CAN CHANGE CLUTCH PLATE CHEAP N HOW MUCH?

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    Just changed mine a few days ago. It costs $260.00 at Bike & Scooter in Upper Serangoon Road, directly opposite Hill Side Drive. The bike is smooth now and
    seems to increase in power
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    Changing of clutch plate increase of power?

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    Originally posted by ah kuek@Apr 3 2004, 09:42 PM
    Changing of clutch plate increase of power?
    worn out clutch = less transfer of power from engine to wheel

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    Mah motor shop : clutch plates $120 , oil filter $15 , 4 bottles of motul semi syn $13.5 X 4 and $2 discount ...

    Shetland:Throw this cigarette butt into your exhaust pipe how?

    Marvy:dun worry lah...we all guai kia, no needa scared TP lah...so next outing muz exceed 30 bikes liao hor!!

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    Originally posted by Tay BL@Apr 1 2004, 12:00 AM
    Just changed mine a few days ago. It costs $260.00 at Bike & Scooter in Upper Serangoon Road, directly opposite Hill Side Drive. The bike is smooth now and
    seems to increase in power
    wah so expensive

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    Marvy:dun worry lah...we all guai kia, no needa scared TP lah...so next outing muz exceed 30 bikes liao hor!!

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    wah! how cum the different is so big?? 1 is 120 the other 1 is 260? which is correct??
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    What I think is that there are different quality of clutch plates
    and quality workmanship counts also.
    There goes the mandarin saying, "Yi fen qian, yi fen huo"
    That should solve the puzzle. I didn't regret paying $260.
    Once I changed my brake pads for just a few months and
    ended up sratches on my disk plates because of poor quality.
    In end, paying out more than the actual good quality goods
    We look for quality for money goods but not ended up in getting
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    i ask my bike shop last time he quoted that super4 got 6 clutch plate and each is about $40...
    dont ride slow or fast......most important ride safe

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    Is there any1 out there ever change their clutch plate themselve?
    My PB1 had run out of the plate & i intend to DIY. :O)

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    izzit beta to go 2 motorshgop???


     

     
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    mi like to diy lot ya...
    i can make sure i am havin original
    parts & save $$.
    Do wan bike shop to do but wondering how $ they charge
    for workmanship...

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    tried myself before....but dun think will work unless u have the specifi tool to open the nuts(some nuts too big or very stubborn to open )..more safe if u can go to either car workshop do....

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    Originally posted by BlackLabel@Nov 4 2004, 03:22 PM
    mi like to diy lot ya...
    i can make sure i am havin original
    parts & save $$.
    Do wan bike shop to do but wondering how $ they charge
    for workmanship...
    bro u save money in the short term but waste money in the long term..
    Y save & give yurself all the trouble in the long run??????
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    Originally posted by BlackLabel@Nov 4 2004, 02:00 AM
    Is there any1 out there ever change their clutch plate themselve?
    My PB1 had run out of the plate & i intend to DIY. :O)
    Eh.....

    Wat is a clutch plate???

    lolz.... When issit time to change it? Riding for a year plus liao. Issit time to change?

    can any lao jiao advice?
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    Originally posted by pigsmu@Nov 5 2004, 11:33 PM
    Eh.....

    Wat is a clutch plate???

    lolz.... When issit time to change it? Riding for a year plus liao. Issit time to change?

    can any lao jiao advice?
    ur clutch works by allowing u to separate engine from final drive...so when u dun clutch...the plates touch one another and they turn in unison...u clutch in...separate the plates...then no final drive..wun move...

    on the plate..got rubber layer..they act to increase friction lah...so ur clutch wun slip..as in engine turning..but cos not friction..it doesnt turn ur final drive...so when that wears out..must replace

    note:layman terms liaoz..cos i dunno the tech terms..
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    Originally posted by jkaiser@Nov 6 2004, 01:03 AM
    ur clutch works by allowing u to separate engine from final drive...so when u dun clutch...the plates touch one another and they turn in unison...u clutch in...separate the plates...then no final drive..wun move...

    on the plate..got rubber layer..they act to increase friction lah...so ur clutch wun slip..as in engine turning..but cos not friction..it doesnt turn ur final drive...so when that wears out..must replace

    note:layman terms liaoz..cos i dunno the tech terms..
    eh....

    how to know when it wears out?
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    Originally posted by pigsmu@Nov 6 2004, 08:09 PM
    eh....

    how to know when it wears out?
    lost in power... clutch slippage, etc..
    P.s. ur bike new. no need worry..
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    thanks for the advices, will go to a bike shop ask them fix
    for mi.
    will learn at ta pt wen uncle do it for mi.
    Cheers & long lives to Super4....

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    Originally posted by four@Nov 7 2004, 01:03 AM
    lost in power... clutch slippage, etc..
    P.s. ur bike new. no need worry..
    Oh.......

    Thanks!!!
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    Dear all,

    Lesson learn from my DIY session.
    A set of 6 plate(5 thick, 1 thin) and 1 gasket was get
    from LAB @ $55.

    Me went to bike shop to change it myself.

    Removal of engine cover & clutch plate:
    1st: loosen the clutch cable and disengage it.
    3 diff size of spocket (27mm, 10mm & 8mm) require to
    remove the clutch plate holder from the engine mounting.
    The most problematic 1 is the 27mm nut.

    Replacing of plate:
    5 spacer metal plate was use to space out the 6 plate.
    Ensure tat the thin clutch plate is the last, on the outer side,
    to be position. (if position wrongly, bike clutch won't work)
    Tighten the clutch plate holder back to the mounting. (Last OUT
    1st IN theory)

    Fitting back of the engine cover:
    Ensure that the old torn gasket is removed completely.
    Apply light layer of grease onto the edge of the engine then 'stick'
    the new gasket on.Test ur clutch first then tighten those screws
    that hold the cover fully.

    ...end....

     

     
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    Originally posted by BlackLabel@Nov 21 2004, 02:42 PM
    Dear all,

    Lesson learn from my DIY session.
    A set of 6 plate(5 thick, 1 thin) and 1 gasket was get
    from LAB @ $55.

    Me went to bike shop to change it myself.

    Removal of engine cover & clutch plate:
    1st: loosen the clutch cable and disengage it.
    3 diff size of spocket (27mm, 10mm & 8mm) require to
    remove the clutch plate holder from the engine mounting.
    The most problematic 1 is the 27mm nut.

    Replacing of plate:
    5 spacer metal plate was use to space out the 6 plate.
    Ensure tat the thin clutch plate is the last, on the outer side,
    to be position. (if position wrongly, bike clutch won't work)
    Tighten the clutch plate holder back to the mounting. (Last OUT
    1st IN theory)

    Fitting back of the engine cover:
    Ensure that the old torn gasket is removed completely.
    Apply light layer of grease onto the edge of the engine then 'stick'
    the new gasket on.Test ur clutch first then tighten those screws
    that hold the cover fully.

    ...end....
    WA.....

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    impressive... but everything oki?

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    Everything is good.

    Try it to gain exp. noe ur bike better.

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    Originally posted by BlackLabel@Nov 23 2004, 05:59 PM
    Everything is good.

    Try it to gain exp. noe ur bike better.
    hey bro care to help to diy.....sound simple....got the tools needed....
    which bike shp u went?

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    bro, many of us would love to do it, and i personally admire your courage to DIY!

    but would you care to reveal more of the minor details so that we might have a fuller picture? thanks!





    thanks,
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    To FunckyChicken:
    Sori to miss ur message. Actually i went to the bikeshop tat sell me th bke.
    Noe the mech quite well, so manage to DIY at the workshop area.

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    oh okiez....thankz aniwae.

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    Originally posted by chuinjie@Nov 28 2004, 04:17 PM
    bro, many of us would love to do it, and i personally admire your courage to DIY!

    but would you care to reveal more of the minor details so that we might have a fuller picture? thanks!





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    No guts to try it myself.. haha.. but i understand that to screw back the nuts/screws of the engine, need to used those air gun type right?? otherwise not tight enuf??
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    What if ur clutch plate already wore off?
    what will happen if ur clutch plate wore off?
    i suspect my clutch plate wore off or sumthing wrong with the clutch cable
    when i change gear from first to second n second to third gear sumtimes quite hard to kick muz kick veri hard especially from 1st gear to 2nd gear and when it kick to 2nd gear sumtimes went to netural gear and when rev the throttle veri loud.
    Any laojiaos know the problems??
    Btw juz change engine oil recently so cannot be engine oil problem...
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    Originally posted by delvin25@Feb 5 2005, 07:08 AM
    What if ur clutch plate already wore off?
    what will happen if ur clutch plate wore off?
    i suspect my clutch plate wore off or sumthing wrong with the clutch cable
    when i change gear from first to second n second to third gear sumtimes quite hard to kick muz kick veri hard especially from 1st gear to 2nd gear and when it kick to 2nd gear sumtimes went to netural gear and when rev the throttle veri loud.
    Any laojiaos know the problems??
    Btw juz change engine oil recently so cannot be engine oil problem...
    thanks in advance
    hi,

    if not mistaken clutch plate worn off will not have a big effect on gear shifting... only diff is engine power not being transmitted effectively to the wheel...

    one sure way to test is to hold front break, lean weight to the front and throttle with half clutch(like moving off liddat)... if the clutch is still good, mini smoke show will happen... if you can see significant rise in rpm but rear wheels not moving, clutch plate is worn out and is slipping... if scared lau chiu (miscue) can get lao jiao to help... normally FR cars do this by stepping accelerator in half clutch position with break on (won't work on cars with 4 wheel disc breaks)...

    actually a number of things can affect gear changing... to be sure, visit motor diam and ask them to test your bike out...

    do correct if i'm wrong in any way...
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    i think ur clutch cable too loose dude........no bitting point.suggest tighten clutch cable

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    Originally posted by maxbiaggi@Feb 5 2005, 10:00 AM
    i think ur clutch cable too loose dude........no bitting point.suggest tighten clutch cable
    ??? hw u tightened the clutch cable???

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    There is a screw like thing on your leaver. Just lengthen the screw. This will tighten up the cable. If still too loose can check on the right side of engine cover. U will see a cable with a leaver. Just lengthen it. Its easy. Shld DIY then u learn.

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    if clutch plate worn off, u will feel a dramatic decrease in power of the bike, and most probli a low top speed.. tink its the EO level or clutch lever
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    Originally posted by motofreak@Feb 5 2005, 02:35 PM
    There is a screw like thing on your leaver. Just lengthen the screw. This will tighten up the cable. If still too loose can check on the right side of engine cover. U will see a cable with a leaver. Just lengthen it. Its easy. Shld DIY then u learn.
    shld it b u adjusting ur biting pt 4 the clutch meh????

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    its the eo level. how many litres did ur mec pour in??
    in a shop i been too the mec did not use a measurin bottle. he jus agar agar pour. same thing happen.. no choice have to wait for the next oil change lo
    no DISTANCE to FAR , no RIDES too LONG.

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    Engine oil too dirty lliao. just go and change will do .......
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    anyone know when to change clutch plate?
    what to look out for?

    how much n where u change....

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    HI ANY OF YOU S 4 EVER CHANGE CLUTCH PLATE, HOW TO KNOW THAT YOU CLUTCH HAVE WEAR OFF AND HOW MUCH IT COST WHICH SHOP DO GOOD JOB AND HOW LONG IT TAKE TO DO. THANKS

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    Originally posted by ismail ithnin@Jul 18 2005, 01:31 PM
    HI ANY OF YOU S 4 EVER CHANGE CLUTCH PLATE, HOW TO KNOW THAT YOU CLUTCH HAVE WEAR OFF AND HOW MUCH IT COST WHICH SHOP DO GOOD JOB AND HOW LONG IT TAKE TO DO. THANKS
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    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?

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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?
    if u nornally drive and suddenly no pulling power tats means maybe ur clutch slip liao

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    if u nornally drive and suddenly no pulling power tats means maybe ur clutch slip liao
    sori me abit 2pid, what is "pulling power"?

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    Originally posted by humveexl@Jul 18 2005, 02:11 PM

    sori me abit 2pid, what is "pulling power"?
    means tat no matter how hard u rev the bike oso wont go any faster

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    oh.. ok, still haven got that problem yet. Thanks and! I was thinking if changing the clutch plate will improve on my pickup. kinda of waste $$ and don't know how well it will help so i dropped the idea.

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    Originally posted by humveexl@Jul 18 2005, 02:22 PM
    oh.. ok, still haven got that problem yet. Thanks and! I was thinking if changing the clutch plate will improve on my pickup. kinda of waste $$ and don't know how well it will help so i dropped the idea.
    u wan to play pickup change spocket lor and do some jetting tunning.

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    Netural gear at idling will have slight vibration is it a sign also? But when clutch in.. no more vibration..

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    Originally posted by Ah James@Jul 18 2005, 07:00 PM
    Netural gear at idling will have slight vibration is it a sign also? But when clutch in.. no more vibration..
    What u're referring to is the sound from the clutch housing.....quite normal for S4. Even u change a new housing, after a while the sound will appear.

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    Originally posted by Kushinagar@Jul 18 2005, 07:24 PM
    What u're referring to is the sound from the clutch housing.....quite normal for S4. Even u change a new housing, after a while the sound will appear.
    his advise is gd. he does his own repairs

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