Hi all, got on the forum to see its been busy today! Must be because summers coming.
Anyway, about the title of this thread.
From the last thread i made youll know i replaced my gearbox oil with some stuff that the dealers always use, only for it to cause the clutch to slip like an absolute bastard as soon as i give it some welly. It was fine till the oil was replaced. The oil isnt 75w-40, but it is semi-synth. NOT fully synth. So i was wondering how much of the clutch slipping is due to the oil (10-40 as reccomended) and how much is due to the clutch being on the way out.
The bikes got 19,300km on it now. Not ridden too agressivly apart from the occasional dispatching of boy racer.
So i need advice on that, and how hard clutch plates are to replace. Id imagine the engines coming out for that? i havent got a clue.
Second is the price of a new top end. Priller dealers want £150 for piston, rings and gudgeon pin. Is that ok?
Im aquainted with how to do most of this stuff, but not with prices.
Oh, and while people are reading this, craig, name your price for a decent chain and sprockets?!
thank fook for student loans!