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  • yzzzz426

Posted July 11, 2008 - 06:25 PM


alright i fouled a plug the other day so i fixed it, and while i was at it i changed the oil. now when i start the bike it clicks like its low on oil(that is what me car does i dont know about bikes but its the same clicking noise) and when ever i try to put it in first it pops the clutch if i put it in 2nd and let out the clutch works fine what the f did i do:eek:

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  • intensem1rider

Posted July 11, 2008 - 07:14 PM


Make sure you have the proper amount of oil in there, follow the procedure for checking it laid out in your manual.

  • drc02

Posted July 13, 2008 - 10:31 AM


remember when checking oil level check whil engine is not running. dont screw in dip stick. Also when running losen the top bolt at back of head on oil line for oil return to make sure you have oil pressure and flow to the head. you could also check all o rigs and filter for proper install.

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