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Hello,

I've been a Japanese bike guy for a while and new to Triumph. (I kinda like it). Anyway, I just took the instuctor-in-charge position for On One Wheel (the wheelie school here in SoCal) and was given (3) 02' Speed Triples, none of them running. Just like most bike enthusaists, I'm a self proclamined motorcycle mechanic (rookie). Here's the deal:

One of the bikes while in neutral with clutch depressed - it creeps. It moves on it's own slowly. Upon release of the clutch, there's like an eight of an inch of realease - almost forcing a stall. I adjusted the cable with no luck. Am I doing something wrong? Or what is something else going on?

Help would be greatly appreciated.

Best,

Pete



[ This message was edited by: ThreeUP on 2006-11-27 00:07 ]
 
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Jeff,

I'm sorry I don't understand "troll". I know its a Scandinavian term for elf, which is an imaginary little person, usually ugly and hairy. But really, I have an issue with the clutch.

Best,

Pete
 

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On 2006-11-26 20:52, ThreeUP wrote:
One of the bikes while in neutral with clutch depressed - it creeps. It moves on it's own slowly. Upon release of the clutch, there's like an eight of an inch of realease - almost forcing a stall.
Am I doing something wrong?
If you let the clutch out and it stalls, you are not in Neutral.
But you knew that being an instructor :hammer:
 
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Hahaha, that's right. I mis-communicated that. I meant when it's in gear with the clutch lever pulled in fully.

Appreciate all the help. I actually figured it out.

Thanks,

Pete
 
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