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Posted on Nov 18, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: clutch problem honda firestorm
hi m8,, undo the clutch reservoir,put a few rags arround the tank ,leave the cap off, then undo the clutch piston housin, so in your hand the clutch piston,, pump the lever a few times till u see the piston move out,, dont over do it,, once the piston has moved out enuff, replace it back on the bike,, maybe a little harder putting the housin bolts bk in without pushing against the housing,, as u push it in ,u might get a bit of fluid pop out the reservoir,, top up clutch fluid if needed,, replace cap,, this should do it,cheers
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
This was the same problem what I had with my New Unicorn. I approached the Service Center through Honda customer care, and now got a solution which is not bad. I could meet with a senior service manager and technician there and they really supported me solving this problem. I will brief out the findings and solution here:
Findings:-Engine heating up than normal, Exhaust valve misbehaves at this extreme condition. Air block is happening at the time of exhaust stroke inside the engine.
Solution:-Engine was overheating than normal because of bad/changed valve clearance and improper oil pumping inside the engine. They corrected valve clearance for now and replaced entire oil pump unit inside engine. Replaced rubber mounts on top of both valves. Replaced the clutch lift plate because of bent formed after trying so many kick starts while piston movement was interrupted due to air block.
Posted on Mar 07, 2009
With respect to your discription of the problem , it would be worth to check the timing of the bike's engine. It could be ******!
Hope this helps!
Posted on Aug 08, 2009
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