Clutch alias clutch is an important part of the motor, where the clutch or clutch is the main point of the motor to be able to move perfectly because the clutch function is as a power transfer media from the engine to the transmission up to the rear wheels. Continue, what are the problems faced by the impurity by clutching the bike? Let's discuss ...
The first is the Slip Clutch, the slip clutch is marked with: Increment of engine rotation is not appropriate / not in the same direction with the addition of motorcycle speed (at medium and high speed). Motor power decreases and will be more felt when the motor is used on a hill. Use of gasoline feels more extravagant, but the color of the spark plug remains normal (Red brick)
Slip coupling is usually caused by several factors:
The clutch is worn.
Wear clutch plate
The center side of the clutch worn out
Per clutch is weak
Side of the wear press plate
Incorrect clutch setting (too compressed)
Tromol clutch worn out
Cable Clutch stuck.
Coupling unit exposed to lubricant (for dry clutch type)
The second clutch can not be free aka Sticky. Usually characterized by characteristic features Transmission tranmisi feel stomping, motor jumping and sometimes instantly die. The motor always moves even if the holder or clutch lever is still drawn (for manual type). The motor always moves even though the gear pedal is still pressed (for the double centrifugal type).
This is usually caused by:
The clutch is too thick or curved.
The clutch plate is too thick or curved.
The groove on the clutch center is jagged.
The grooves on the clutch house are jagged.
Inappropriate clutch setting or less pressing.
Coupling clutch and clutch palt are always fused (sticky) for lack of lubrication.
The clutch does not have one way properties (can rotate the shaft in one direction), for centrifugal clutch)
The third is a noisy sound clutch. The sign is usually smooth engine sound when stationary, but in the middle and high rotation sounds whizzing, when the higher rotation sounds more audible, this is caused by tooth wear on the tip of the crank axle or teeth in the clutch house. Usually it is caused by:
Loose clutch loose
Wear clutch bearings
The amount of lubricant is less