2 Stroke Husqvarna Motorcycles Made In Italy - About 1989 to 2014
Discussion in '2 Stroke' started by Chisler, Feb 3, 2020.
Spectro sells a 10w30 clutch saver oil
Found this ..... I’ll have to check around to see if anyone has it
Oops meant this ....
Well fun morning looking fer oil ... Lol .. couldn’t find any Clutch saver oil ... but I found this and low and behold ... so far
the clutch drag has diminished to almost nothing .... a quick test ride brought good results .... I’ll have to ride it a bit more and post up the results .... Rekluse
I'd be willing to give that a try, if it really gets rid of the drag. That's the biggest complaint I have with my 300. In really slow going, the bike will manage to stall with the clutch pulled in, often leaving me in a really awkward position and unable to get a foot to the ground, or kickstart the bike without moving it first.
oil thread......not saying anything just that I use Maxima MTL 75w (extra lite) its a little like water, so I just change it often. And of course have that clutch baselined and in perfect blue printed order ie: all discs flat and in good order, basket in good order, along with arm, bearings and pusher shaft.
my lubricants are buried or I would get what I used posted
but this is what I had in mind,, a high quality synthetic lube that supports clutch use
I slide mine in really technical stuff and have no issues with creep or slip
glad to see it worked, it only gets better when all the plates surfaces are bathed in it for a full oil change cycle, as to clean out contaminants
Well I had two seats and took one to play around with ... the local upholstery place was able to shave it and retain the original cover ... I’ll give it a try ... here’s some pics with the stocker ... then the shaved
Oops shaved ... then the stocker
One thing I’ve found is that it’s fairly easy to loose your breather tube and fitting on the top of engine case .... the part number for the fitting is ... HQ800019620 its a plastic 90 degree fitting with barbs and can go missing ... like what happened to me .... so when I replaced this take an extra tie wrap .. zap strap or whatever you call them and strap it to one of the breather hoses off the carb ... so ya don’t loose it if the fitting/hose ever decides to vacate your bike ... : )
So.....have you had a chance to put any more riding time on your bike to see how that transmission oil works?
No .... I’m gonna take it out this coming weekend ... I’ll be sure to let you know how things work out .... I’m remaining fairly optimistic that things are going to work good ... she’s ready to ride .... : )
Well lots of riding this weekend and the bike still has some clutch drag ... but not as bad ... shifts are smooth ... so I’m gonna look into something else ... the bike does idle in gear now ... never did before , I’ll do a few more rides and see if things loosen up ... good turn out up the Chilliwack River Valley .... couldn’t think of a better thing to do with this social distancing thing .... young and old were out .... it was a good time ... my buddy did mention a few things to try with the clutch plates ( drilling holes ) to allow the oil to disperse away from the plates ... when I get time maybe I’ll give this try ... but all in all I like this Rekluse oil .... but not the price .... Lol
Forgot to mention ... the larger rear disc works awesome ... I highly recommend that upgrade
Project today .... packin the Silencer ... : )