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See http://ttr250.com/Clutch_replacement/Clutch_fitting.htm



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followed this guide (dropped and replaced the oil rather than lay the bike down)
wworked an absolute treat, new clutch plates and springs.... easy. thanks TTRfan

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About to fit new friction plates and springs to my own TTR and thought I would read my guide. Just as well I did as I now realise that I have forgotten to soak the new friction plates disbelief EBC say they need to soak for a couple of hours but I am in no rush so will leave them soaking overnight.

That also leave time for me to order a new cover gasket from Totally TTRs - something else my guide suggested I should have got in - just in case no

Brian



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Hi,

Thanks for this really detailed and helpful guide . My clutch stopped working at the end of my first ride out and we were only able to get a bite by adjusting the cable to the max. my clutch is now slipping at high revs.  (I have a 2005 TTR 250  2005 6500 miles )

Steve from Totally TTRs was really helpful and suggested I check for alignment and adjust the actuation arm before replacing clutch...... The guide looks great and pretty straight forward but do you have any photos of what the alignment marks look like? I cant see anything obvious at the moment.

I am presuming the first diagram (10) is the cable mechanism  for clutch but I cant see any obvious markings? 

Thanks in advance

Geoff



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Hi Geoff

This photo should help:

2 - clutch needs adjustment.jpg

 



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