Question about 2001 Ducati 748 R
Time for some new plates in there. I have an 02 s4, and my clutch did the same thing. had to get a clutch pack and put it in, fairly easy job. you have to get the old one out and measure the plates to see if they are worn etc, new seals, bearings, plates, springs. I would check the adj on my clutch lever first to make sure it is right. Also, when mine first started slipping, it was real hot out. It cooled down that day and worked fine, but I had trouble from then on, slipping. Had changed the oil and everything to try and fix it. Hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 28, 2010
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