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Clutch noise If I let the clutch out a little fast or have slightly higher revs, the clutch screams. There is no clutch slip so maybe the clutch is on the way but not gone.

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It's called "chatter",my xl600 honda does the same thing when I use the WRONG oil,OR-the engine gets very hot from over slipping the clutch,new clutch plates are in order when it starts "chattering.

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