jsolo at solo-tek.com
Tue May 1 11:42:14 PDT 2007
I replaced my clutch at 45K miles. It didn't seem as grabby as when the bike was newer. Needles to say, the new clutch didn't grab that much better.
Also, the friction plates had a TON of material left. I could of easily got another 45K more miles out of it. Oddly enough, I beat the crap out of the bike more in its old age than in its youth. Still no slippage.
Depending on your riding style, as another lister member mentioned, 100K is quite possible. I don't think the clutch will go out all at once, there should be signs of slippage at first.
Tuesday, May 1, 2007, 1:33:33 PM, you wrote:
> Has anyone actually needed to replace their GPZ clutch? And if so, do you
> wait for slipping / odd tach movements, or just a total no-go state?
Julian mailto:jsolo at solo-tek.com
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