Questions & Answers for: clutch oil

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Question about 2003 YZ 125

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...oil is causing the clutch to grab. Change the gearbox oil. Ride the bike for a couple of hours using the clutch often. Now drain the oil again and put in fresh oil. This will flush out the dirt and ...

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Question about 1982 XJ 650

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...clutch. car oil is for cars as they have a separate clutch, use bike opil for bikes or a new clutch may be needed, remove frictions and soak in petrol wash out, try again, but bike oil is for

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Question about 1997 VF 750 C Magna

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...clutch shares the oil with the engine and a different kind of oil then the bike requires will cause the clutch to slip. This happens alot especially if someone switches to some types of synthetic oil ...

oil buth the clutch is still the same should I drain all oil first and put completely new oil in as the old oil is a dark brown colour or should I replace the clutches to solve the problem? The clutch

...oil. The clutch is a wet-type system that uses engine oil to keep it cool. Motorcycle oil is formulated differently than car oil, which has detergents in it to add lubrication and engine life that ...

Question about 2005 RM-Z 450

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...are pretty robust so if it's not slipping (worn out) then it's likely an issue with the oil used. your clutch basket is prolly grooved. take the clutch cover off and check the fingers on the

Question about 2004 YZ 250

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...Extremely dirty oil can also cause the clutch to fail to disengage. If the oil is dirty, change it then ride for 30 minutes and change it again to flush out the grit. Please rate my answer.

Question about 2004 YZ 250

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...oil. It causes the clutch to slip. So, If you have changed oil or have added any and it was not motorcycle engine oil, It is more than likely your problem. You will need to drain the oil and filter ...

oil inside the clutch plate?? NO, they use a dry clutch, sometimes referred to a Dry Sump Clutch. The friction of the discs is what makes the clutch work, if there was oil in there the clutch would no

clutch sits in the engine oil, "dry" ... that it doesn't! It's very important that you use only oil specifically made for motorcycles if you have a wet clutch, synthetic or not. The formulation of the

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