Question about 2010 Triumph Bonneville T100
Picked up bike on 19th may 2012 with 1600 miles on clock and all was well. rode it for about 150 miles then gear changes started making a loud clunking noise and my wife (pillion) noticed the gear changes was jerky compared to when we picked the bike up. took it back to the dealer where they adjusted the cable on the handlebar and on the engine and said it was now fine but it is still clunking and jerky. wondering if it is thrust bearing,sticking plates or similar. any ideas ?
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Replacing the clutch on my Triumph Bonneville
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: clutch snatching Madass 125cc
Could be burnt, or scorched clutch discs. DId you check the oil lately? I believe the Madasses have a wet clutch, right? Hope you didn't burn up the whole clutch basket. But you may have. Check the oil now!!!
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
the plates will stick to each other because of oil
check the clutch lever at the motor and make sure it is moving the arm that pushes the pressure plate and make sure it is moving
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
If the cam was adjusted at all, they may have miss-aligned TDC.
I doubt this, but this is something to put in your arsenal of argument against a poor service experience.
They should resolve this issue without claiming obvious solutions first.
They are not incorrect in that setting a carb lean will cause these issues. It may be beneficial to simply tweak the carb first and see if this helps. Reference the owners manual, or do your best to observe the color and smell of exhaust under throttle while adjusting the carb. Its important to make sure you do not lean this out to far, as you already may know.
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Posted on Apr 24, 2009
sound like your starter gear might be missing a tooth or some other king of damage, this shouldnt be a costly repair, but I wouldnt ride too much as it is, if there is a chunk of the starter gear in the transmission, this could cause much damage and be very costly
Posted on Aug 13, 2009
Testimonial: "thanks for advice, unfortunately stater gears are within crankcase, which means total engine strip. Probably cheaper to get another engine!"
SOURCE: 04 Sportster 883 gearbox Clunk.
pull the clutch lever in and out several times before droppin it into 1st its sort of get n use to it mental dirt bikes have the same set up
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
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