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2005 SH150 Clutch/Trasmission

Need detailed drawings and specs for honda v belt transmission so I can get the parts and adjustments right. My mech can seem to get it right

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  • anthony tomlinson Jan 17, 2013

    The problem with the transmission being that it will generate enough torque in the engine to have the belt not grip to the variator pulleys. Have changed the spring for the variator to no benefit, so need help

  • adelani muazudeen Jan 17, 2013

    check the manual page 14 your answer is there

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Regrettfully, you didn't tell me what year or model bike you're working on. If it's an Evo engine or a Twin Cam, Torque the compensator sprocket (engine nut) to 150-165 Foot pounds. Put two lines of Loctite #271 (red) in the nut.

The mainshaft nut inside the clutch torques to 70-80 foot pounds with one line of Loctite #271. This nut has LEFT-HANDED TREADS.

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yes sounds like you need a new clutch to me . you will just need clutch will need fibers, clutch plates, and springs and that should do it (pay attention to the pattern when you take them out, rightit down if you have to)

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