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post #21 of 26 (permalink) Old Aug 4th, 2019, 3:28 pm
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Before I'd pay someone to sand the clutch plates I'd heap some abuse on them and clean them the old fashioned way. Launch the thing! Ever watched a MotoGP race? Pretend the green lights just went out. Do that a couple times. Don't baby it. It's a high performance bike. Ride it like a high performance bike...not like a BMW.
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Before I'd pay someone to sand the clutch plates I'd heap some abuse on them and clean them the old fashioned way. Launch the thing! Ever watched a MotoGP race? Pretend the green lights just went out. Do that a couple times. Don't baby it. It's a high performance bike. Ride it like a high performance bike...not like a BMW.
Ok.l ll try it tomorrow that way.it s almost 11.50pm here.
Thank u very much
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Silly question, but did you check and adjust the chain tension?

Changing gear on my Multi gets noticeably "clunky" as the chain becomes slack from use and is much smoother when it is adjusted correctly.
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Chain tension definitely worth checking.

When you had the clutch reservoir cap off did you bleed the nipple inside there? often there's a big air bubble trapped at the very top and bleeding it there solves it. You may need to do it more than once to get all the air out, it's amazing how little air in the system can screw with the shift and how much air you can actually get out of the reservoir bleed nipple.
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Before I'd pay someone to sand the clutch plates I'd heap some abuse on them and clean them the old fashioned way. Launch the thing! Ever watched a MotoGP race? Pretend the green lights just went out. Do that a couple times. Don't baby it. It's a high performance bike. Ride it like a high performance bike...not like a BMW.
YES It amkes big difference to shift the gear in high speed but when I m slow the same again
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post #26 of 26 (permalink) Old Aug 9th, 2019, 2:48 am Thread Starter
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OK. I did all what you said.Non of them worked.As mechanics said that Clutch set should be replaced at all
So. as soon as this will be done, I ll let you all how the Ducati react.

thx for all ..
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