Question about 2005 Ducati 749 S
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HELP 04 749s Won Move in Gear Clutch In
999 Stuck in gear
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Posted on Mar 02, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Clutch Slipping
Just had mine replaced with only 15000 miles on it Friction plates were fine but the metal plates were glazed and worped.Like a new bike all-over again.,
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
SOURCE: Ease Clutch Pull
STM Clutch Slave Cylinder: 30mm - will make the clutch pull easier and CRG Roll-A-Click Brake/Clutch Lever: Brembo - will give a more comfortable distance for you.
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
SOURCE: 620 Transmission Problem
Have you looked at the countershaft sprocket? Also check the chain for kinks... Countershaft sprockets bend and chains stretch or bend side to side, Me thinks you got ^^^^ The gear boxes are almost over built on the 620's It would be hard to damage them. You might also check the belt timing as you might have spit a belt off, Or forced it to hop a tooth. Pulling the timing belt covers is easy. The timing marks are marked on the cases and pullies. Just line them up with motor in top dead center. The older monsters had bad countershaft bearing that would fail. Great way to check for internal damage is to drain the oil and check the pre-screen. Good Luck
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
hi,this may help,it sounds like your clutch plates are stuck together,this is quite common on bikes that have been parked up for a while,mine does it ocasionally,i fix it by getting the bike moving and crash starting it,once you have got it running and moving with the bike in the highest gear you can get it into(you can change up and down the gearbox without the clutch and not do any damage)simply pull the clutch lever in and roll on and off the throttle a couple of times and the clutch should disengage...hope this helps
Posted on Aug 08, 2009
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