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Clutch that is slipping on a Honda CBX750F1 mod 1986

According to the workshop there is nothing wrong with the clutch, but when I accelerat hard on first and second gear the clutch is slipping.

Is this a known problem on this type of bike?

What will you recommend to do to solve the problem?

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Ole

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This is not a known problem on this type of bike. The clutch was designed to do the job without slipping. This is a repair you can do yourself if you have the tools.

Assuming no updates, you original clutch plates are 25 years old. I would suggest you get a new set of Barnett clutch plates. The dealer can get them for you and install as well.

Posted on Apr 14, 2009

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    Robert John Conder Nov 09, 2014

    Make sure you are using only propper motorcycle oil, Modern car oils have friction moditiers which dont can cause slipping of motorcycle wet clutches

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