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TOPIC: AT3/CT3 clutch

AT3/CT3 clutch 15 Aug 2019 10:06 #11

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Just a follow up. I bought new springs and discs from Yambits in the UK. After installing them I immediately noticed the increase in clutch pull effort. I also used Motul 10-30 mineral transmission oil. Really hooks up now and can use full power but difficult to find neutral at times. Not fully releasing. Re-checked all adjustments. Will put some more miles on it and see what happens. Maybe the discs need some bedding in?

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AT3/CT3 clutch 15 Aug 2019 11:09 #12

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Enduros, for some reason, are harder to find neutral than the average bike. Try finding it as you are coming to a stop rather than after coming to a complete stop. Also, once you are at a full stop, sometimes rocking the bike fore and aft a bit helps me find it. There's something about that extra motion that makes it a little easier. Unless it's completely my imagination...
Where's your idle speed? Sometimes it's harder to find neutral if the idles speed is higher than spec.
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AT3/CT3 clutch 16 Aug 2019 08:15 #13

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Before I replaced the springs and discs, neutral was easy to find rolling or at a stop. Maybe I should have just done the springs. I had replaced the discs already after I bought the bike as it had been sitting and the clutch wasn't releasing properly. Easy to put them back if this doesn't clear up.

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