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Old 08-31-2012, 03:00 AM   #1
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Spinning noise after clutch install.

was wondering if anybody knows if it's normal that I can still hear a spinning noise when accelerating.. I just replaced the clutch about a month ago.. Centerforce stage 1.
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Did you buy the Centerforce H/D throwout bearing?
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ya a got a new throw out bearing.
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you need to make sure the tob isnt riding on the pressure plate when the clutch isnt engaged.
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Re: Spinning noise after clutch install.

There is a fix for that issue in the Useful Info sticky thread.
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how do I get to the useful info thread?? can't find it
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how do I get to the useful info thread?? can't find it
If you are using the app, click on the stickies section located on the top of the screen. On the right side next to where it says threads.
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thanks, found it. read the whole thing but didn't find out about why I can hear my flywheel spinning while accelerating.
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thanks, found it. read the whole thing but didn't find out about why I can hear my flywheel spinning while accelerating.
Trojan was referring to this. It's called something like clutch freeplay mod. It won't help you identify the problem but if its what I described, it will help fix it. That is if the tob is riding on the pressure plate fingers when the clutch isn't engaged. You should be able to pull the cover off by the fork and see if that's your proble..

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