Question about Triumph Thunderbird Sport Motorcycles
These particles u see are from the clutch plates, they use brass in the disks to give better wear properties and better clutch grip, as the clutch plates (there are multiple plates) wear in the clutch disk stack the brass sluffs off and goes into the oil, how much u see has allot to do with how hard you are on the clutch, the more wear the more particles u see, the good news is this is normal and unless the clutch is slipping nothing to be concerned about. If u had bearing problems the engine would knock on start for sure, does it? there is no unusual problems with this engine that I have heard of.
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
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