Sticking clutch on 96 GPZ 1100

Jonathon annihilator1100 at
Fri Apr 29 06:03:57 PDT 2011

Remove cover
Take old plates off
Reverse process

-----Original Message----- 
From: Les Johnson 
Sent: Friday, April 29, 2011 5:47 AM 
To: Jonathon Dolman 
Subject: Re: Sticking clutch on 96 GPZ 1100 

       Ok I broke down and bought new friction plates for my clutch.
Now has anyone seen instruction on how to change them?

       Les J

On Tue, Apr 19, 2011 at 8:23 PM, Les Johnson <jjohnsonlta at> wrote:
>   I have noticed since I purchased this bike a annoying problem. I
> have owned it for several years and the problems seems to be getting
> worse.
>   When the bikes sits for a few days when I shit from neutral to
> first it jumps forward and dies. Of course I have the clutch lever
> pulled in.  I might have to do this 2 or 3 times till the clutch works
> correctly .Seems I have heard of the clutch plates sticking on other
> bikes from time to time but can"t remember what the cause or the cure
> was.
>   Anybody with info on this subject would be a great help. I
> wondering if I am going to have to replace the clutch plates to cure
> the problem.
>   Thanks   Les J
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