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GSXR 750 wp 1994 Judders at pulling off

Hi. I've a GSXR 750wp. When the engine is warm. The bike doesn't pull away without juddering. Can any1 help please. Mark

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The shuddering is clutch related. Inspect the fibre and steel p[lates plus check the outer clutch hub for "notching" in the finger grooves where the fibre plate outer "tags" run.

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There could be several reasons for this, firstly try changing you oil and filter and see if it improves. If it does then it is possible a problem with the friction plates being glazed or bent slightly. Check to see if the clutch slips. Also check other things like chain tension and sprocket wear. Whilst your there check the cussion drive rubbers for wear and loosness.

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