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I dropped my back on its side , skidded for about 20 metres, stalled immediatedly, Guy fixing my bike replaced clutch cover found what appears to be a casting blank, whenattapted to start no oil pressure. anyone herad of this happening from a bike just falling on its side ?

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When the bike fell over
then teh clutch plate got damaged
the oil pressure is not able to work up to the engine properly
because of the damage of the clutch plate
please change the clutch plate
then dry out the bike completely by draining the fuel out
then refuel the bike and change the engine oil as well
then do a workshop service all problems will be resolved


thanks
with regards,
asitroutrocks

Posted on Jan 04, 2011

  • Anonymous Jan 08, 2011

    Turns out casting blank came from inside of inside from the block. apparaently vever should have fallen out, bad luck, exspensive to repair as the motor has to be stripped to reinsert blank back into block

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