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Old 06-11-2012, 09:18 AM   #3811
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I have the engine in an original condition.
Coupling slips on the 6th transmission nearly a year.
I think that original coupling is created on a dynamic clip.
But as a result of deleting of a superficial metal layer on a basket compression doesn't occur.

I already ordered kit from EBC.
But can there is other decision?
It is the truth that their springs more rigid than original?
KTM or EBC. I have not seen other clutch options. Put the new one on and see how it goes.
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Old 06-11-2012, 09:49 AM   #3812
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KTM or EBC. I have not seen other clutch options. Put the new one on and see how it goes.
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Old 06-11-2012, 10:31 AM   #3813
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My Clutch started slipping this weekend but I was doing some very technical riding with stock gearing
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Old 06-11-2012, 11:05 AM   #3814
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release springs

Can it is meaningful remove 2 or 4 release springs for stronger clip,
what do you think?
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Old 06-11-2012, 12:19 PM   #3815
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Can it is meaningful remove 2 or 4 release springs for stronger clip,
what do you think?
You could try removing springs as an experiment and see how it works.

Not sure if this works...but lets see how Google translate switches this to russian:

Вы можете попробовать удалить источники в качестве эксперимента и посмотрим, как это работает
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Old 06-11-2012, 12:43 PM   #3816
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You could try removing springs as an experiment and see how it works.

Not sure if this works...but lets see how Google translate switches this to russian:

Вы можете попробовать удалить источники в качестве эксперимента и посмотрим, как это работает
Yes, probably it is necessary to test it on itself :)
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Old 06-11-2012, 01:04 PM   #3817
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Huh ? You want to remove springs from the pressure plate for added clutch pressure ?

That would result in less pressure, not more.
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Old 06-11-2012, 01:45 PM   #3818
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Figured out my death wobble. No screen no wobble. Slow learner I guess.

I installed my Shinko 244's and reinstalled my screen at some point after. Didn't put it all together as to why it was wobbling so I installed a D606 on the front to solve the problem and while I was at it a D908rr on the rear. Did a quick blast to my private mud hole/single track and during hard acceleration up to 70 must have caught a cross wind and almost ruined my compression shorts. Removed screen and no issues.
Ah well, the new rubber was only $325 mounted. They do great in the mud though. At least better than the 244's. A good tire for a 50/50 btw. Had no issues other than poor mud performance. I thought we were coming into a drought for the summer. Nope. Had to put some appropriate tires on.
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Old 06-11-2012, 02:15 PM   #3819
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Figured out my death wobble. No screen no wobble. Slow learner I guess.

I installed my Shinko 244's and reinstalled my screen at some point after. Didn't put it all together as to why it was wobbling so I installed a D606 on the front to solve the problem and while I was at it a D908rr on the rear. Did a quick blast to my private mud hole/single track and during hard acceleration up to 70 must have caught a cross wind and almost ruined my compression shorts. Removed screen and no issues.
Ah well, the new rubber was only $325 mounted. They do great in the mud though. At least better than the 244's. A good tire for a 50/50 btw. Had no issues other than poor mud performance. I thought we were coming into a drought for the summer. Nope. Had to put some appropriate tires on.
I dont have a screen and get the wobbles have 606's with uhd tubes and rimlocks
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Old 06-11-2012, 02:26 PM   #3820
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I dont have a screen and get the wobbles have 606's with uhd tubes and rimlocks
I put a lighter weight tube in as well. I don't run rimlocks.
I'm going to miss the screen though, 6'6" 250lbs catches a lot of wind at 70+.
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Old 06-11-2012, 02:34 PM   #3821
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I had front wheel bounce from my ex 800xc that had uhd tubes fitted -im thinking they throw it outa whack- I have to have my scotts turned right up for road and three clicks from off for dirt to combat it
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Old 06-11-2012, 02:39 PM   #3822
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I had front wheel bounce from my ex 800xc that had uhd tubes fitted -im thinking they throw it outa whack- I have to have my scotts turned right up for road and three clicks from off for dirt to combat it
If I get any more wobbles a damper may go on as a last resort if I can't get it sorted. But I think I've got it solved now and I still have the steering head angle to play with before I'm going to spend any more money.
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Old 06-11-2012, 02:49 PM   #3823
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Have my forks right to the end of the clamps didnt fix it but she doesnt seem to fall in as much which is good-just ordered a load of gear from RR including the soft luggage racks you have them dont you barman ?have you had to put a bar across the back number plate to join eachother? also ordered the thermo switch , tank bolts, rotopax fuel and water , toiolbox, brakesnake
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Old 06-11-2012, 02:58 PM   #3824
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Have my forks right to the end of the clamps didnt fix it but she doesnt seem to fall in as much which is good-just ordered a load of gear from RR including the soft luggage racks you have them dont you barman ?have you had to put a bar across the back number plate to join eachother? also ordered the thermo switch , tank bolts, rotopax fuel and water , toiolbox, brakesnake
I'll have everything together for this weekend. Not a full load but all the racks and such in place. I installed a rack on the top rear as well as the RR soft panniers. I'm not exactly following about the bar across the number plate. I installed my RR racks as they came out of the box and no extra hardware was required. Very sturdy setup.

My new Renazco seat and black f/r fenders are enroute now so I don't want to get into taking photos till then. It's going to look awesome. Hopefully some new photos by Friday.
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Old 06-11-2012, 03:05 PM   #3825
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I meant like the touratech setup part of there speel is the bar that goes from left to right side across near number plate to stop twisting they say, was trying to work out if wether i need to rigup something myself but by the sounds of what you said "sturdy setup "i probably dont have to
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