My bikes clutch sticks and all of a sudden lets loose slamming into action, this doesn't happen very often and only when the bike is still cold. Is it something to worry about?
i had the same problem so i took it to suzuki and they said it wasnt the clutch that it was choking for gas they adjusted my cobra fi2000r and on i went no more problem maybe sumtin to look into if its the same prob cheaper the clutch rebuild lol
I wouldn't call it a shudder, it's a delayed reaction in the clutch engaging, like it gets caught and then suddenly releases and slams into action.Hey,,,if you experience this shudder when you first start to release your clutch,,, i had the same problem,,, i change the wave washer and seat in my clutch and cured my problem, and it's the only i did,,,parts are # 12 and 13 and part #s are "seat 21471-48G00 washer 21472_48G00,,,,the new parts are thicker,,,,hope this help,,,,
Mate, I have done about 30,000 k's and mine started doing the same thing and only when it is cold and not warmed up.I am starting to think that I never experienced it before 'cus I used to leave the bike idling and warming up while I put all my gear on and opened the gate ect but I stopped doing that a couple of weeks ago 'cus I read quite a few posts about the bike falling over when left idling.Might revert back to warming her up to get the oil circulating.Thanks, I've at least got half a clue now:bigthumbsup:
it happens to me on occaision even when the bike is warm.. when I've stopped at a light or 4-way.. I've begun getting the bike in neutral when I stop, then it doesnt seem to happen... I imagine that it's an oil circulation thing.