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13025Re: [T TBS R] Clutch

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  • John Shern
    Oct 5, 2008
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      Remove chain from bike, start bike. Does bike run?

      --- On Sun, 10/5/08, cpallenjr <cpallenjr@...> wrote:

      From: cpallenjr <cpallenjr@...>
      Subject: Re: [T TBS R] Clutch
      To: triumphthunderbirdsportriders@yahoogroups.com
      Date: Sunday, October 5, 2008, 1:31 PM

      The symptom for the clutch plates sticking is a big lurch, followed
      by the engine stalling. It is definately not something that seems

      The neutral and clutch switches only interrupt the starting circuits,
      not the run. The kickstand switch will kill the motor if running and
      the bike is not in neutral.

      A third possibility is the connection jumper for the accessory alarm,
      which is a blue wire from pin 6 to 8 on an otherwise empty connector
      44 which if I recall correctly is in front of the battery. I have no
      experience with this myself, but it look likes electrically- speaking
      it could be your problem.

      Good Luck
      Courtney in Seattle

      --- In triumphthunderbirds portriders@ yahoogroups. com, "kumara04"
      <kumara40@.. .> wrote:
      > Ref: Bike stalls when put in gear!
      > Remember this bike has been in a shed for 6 years
      > Having I beleive eliminated the kick stand switch
      > Reading newly aquired Haynes manual, I thought I would look at the
      > clutch plates. (The book suggests could be stuck together) If
      > else you learn a bit about your bike!
      > Anyway took all the plates off which looked fine to me. put back
      > snapped a bolt...gave up for the day...Today managed to extract the
      > broken bolt and fit the clutch again.
      > I noted, and did note before snapped bolt the torcue settings quite
      > for these bots, beware if you do! Did these to 10NM as book but
      > some thread lock to be happy
      > Now this is my only modern motorcycle, my only other bikes are all
      > Sunbeams www.onthebeam. co.uk
      > Now the Sunbeam has a dry clutch and that's all I have any
      > off. When I disengage when in gear on the Sunbeam, the rear wheel
      > and freely as if not in gear at all.
      > However with no experience of a 'wet' clutch, with several plates
      > covered in oil, then there is some drive to the rear wheel, i.e.
      > clutch operated in gear, the wheel is not 'locked' but does take
      > of a small effort to push around by hand, rather than freely if not
      > gear at all.
      > Does that make sence?
      > Is this correct, I feel must be but interested in feedback
      > So assuming not side stand switch and clutch plates not stuck. Any
      > thoughts?
      > I'm now considering the switch on the clutch lever!
      > Not 100% what this does?
      > It reads stops you starting the bike in gear, however if a fault
      > it also stall the bike if not operating correct?
      > Any thoughts, especially on the rear wheeel and should it turn
      > when in gear with clutch disangaged or would I expect some drag
      > the 'wet' clutch
      > Cheers
      > Mike

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