Question about Yamaha V Star 1100 Classic Motorcycles
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It is on the back side of the flywheel for the magneto/generator. You will need to remove the left engine side cover then pull the flywheel. It does take a special puller to get the fly wheel off. Once you get the flywheel off, there are 8 allen bolts that hold it to the back side of the flywheel.
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
Your clutch cable should have about 1/4 inch free play measred at the lever, check this by pulling the clutch lever slightly, look between the perch and lever, should have a small gap before it puts tension on the lever, if you adjust this and it still slips, it's problably shot, best bet is to ebay a good barnett clutch kit (under $200) and a cover gasket (prob 20 bucks or less), get a manual (30 or 40 bucks or 5 bucks for a pdf) and do-it-yourself, you will be way under dealer cost and have a better understanding for your machine, clutches come with instructions and repair manuals are priceless when you have a motorcycle !!!
best of luck and happy riding !!!
Posted on Mar 28, 2010
Very likely clutch plates I'm afraid.
Caution here: What oil are you using? If you have used standard Auto oil in the engine, it will have contaminated the plates and this is why they will be slipping. Bike engine oil is a different formulation because the clutch is submerged in oil. What you are describing is a classic result of topping your bike up with standard car engine oil.
If this is the case, you will certainly need to replace the clutch plates.
Posted on Feb 28, 2011
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