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  • HELP diag my driveline fault please

    Went down the drags last night. Bike ran mint, however on the steady ride home I noticed a driveline chatter when cruising (no load) it's not there under accel or decel.
    Any ideas what it might be?
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    this is in gear (same in any gear)
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    This is in 1st idling:
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  • #2
    Possibly broken clutch plates...

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    After watching the video I reckon your clutch basket is screwed...

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    • #3
      Hopefully something simple like that. The clutch does feel a lot lighter. I'll pull the plates out tomorrow.
      :-)

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      • #4
        In the back of the clutch basket there are springs that buffer between the clutch drive gear and the basket...

        I expect they are screwed...

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        • #5
          I will be chuffed if this is the fault.
          I was thinking don't be the f*cking gearbox.
          I'll update tomorrow once clutch is stripped.
          Cheers mate.
          :-)

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          • #6
            If you rode it home it wouldn't expect the gearbox...

            If it does it in every gear I would expect the clutch...

            I reckon you are up for a basket...

            Depending on what it all looks like I would just replace the lot...

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            • #7
              Rich, you were right on the money.

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              Has has any one ever welded one of these up? Or would it be far too harsh???
              :-)

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              • #8
                You don't try to repair engine internals. You replace.

                Sorry to be a negative Nancy (well I'm not actually) but with engine internals it's always best to just replace, if it breaks again and something comes loose and completely destroys your engine you'll know why.

                Btw might not actually be that expensive. A new clutch basket for a 1098 (genuine Ducati from Ducati Omah) was going to cost around 400 if memory serves me right.
                Every one has a story.....

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                • #9
                  How do the springs get so rooted from one session at the drags?
                  In sterquiliniis invenitur.

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                  • #10
                    The serious drag boys use 3 speed gearboxes with lock up clutches. The standard clutch you have isn't designed for drags.
                    It's all fun until someone loses a nut.

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                    • #11
                      Bike is 11 years old and 60k on clock.
                      Part was prob on its way out. Trip to the drags just finished it off!
                      :-)

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by SCOOTER View Post
                        Bike is 11 years old and 60k on clock.
                        Part was prob on its way out. Trip to the drags just finished it off!
                        A decent life for a clutch if it's had a hard life, new parts all the way and you won't have to worry about it for that long again, if you start trying to repair old worn parts and get it wrong or the next failure takes something out with it then it will cost you more in the long run, could even be enough damage that it wouldn't be worth repairing.
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                        when arguments were only entered into by the physically or intellectually able.

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