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Old 07-13-2013, 12:33 PM   #1
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Clutch or clutch cable acting up

Okay guys i need help.. I believe my clutch cable is lose or stretch but idk.. If im cruising in any gear and give it gas it will sound like im riding the clutch and wont go(engine still producing power nothin wrong it) and ill smell burnt clutch and im believe its the cable just got stretched( i have a spare so thats what im hoping ) really would like some good input and advice
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Are you sitting down? Bad news... It's your clutch is worn out. Your going to need a new one very, very, very soon. Stop "testing" it and start babying it until you figure out how you want to handle it.
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Are you sitting down? Bad news... It's your clutch is worn out. Your going to need a new one very, very, very soon. Stop "testing" it and start babying it until you figure out how you want to handle it.
Well im takin to the ahop today and getting it fixed

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Well im takin to the ahop today and getting it fixed
Hopefully it just the fork or cable but if its a clutch then no tires lol...
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Sorry for your luck. It happens. They wear out just like brakes.
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Yea man I know how you feel just waiting for my back ordered flywheel to come in from am. And then it will be time to have my clutch and flywheel replaced. If you have to replace it this could be time for a good upgrade such as a racing clutch and light weight flywheel
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