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Hi, i have a 2005 KTM 300 exc. i replaced the hydraulic clutch oil a while ago and since then the clutch would not fully engage. Thinking there was air in te system i bled it through at least a doezen times to eliminate the possibility, still the same problem. The only time the slave cylinder piston would generate enough pressure to push the push rod was if i physically pushed the clutch lever all the was out before pulling it in to get a maximum pump. But i could not do this while riding. I replaced the master cylinder and still had only a small bit of clutch, changing gear was as if there was no clutch and pulling away was terrible. So i have now replaced the plates and springs which has somehow caused the clutch to have gone completely. When i pull the lever in and put the bike in gear it stalls every time. Please help. Thankyou

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You seem to have a bad or weak pressure plate. Even if its relatively new it may be defective. As far as help to remove the gearbos our its alot of work and its very heavy. I would need a transmisson jack to hold the box. reove all the bolts arount the bell housing the starter and lines to slave cylinder. You should be able to wiggle the box out. To re-install you need a clutch alignment tool.
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