17 fc350 stalling issues

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4/15/2018 5:45 PM

17 fc350 with just under 50 hours. If the clutch isn’t in completely it will stall at times, also after startup and shift up into second on the gate it’ll lunge forward a little and stalk unless I rev the motor some. Vpu4.4,Tokyo mods ecu reflash, ti full yosh. I did a quick bleed of the clutch and it didn’t seem to make a difference. Any and all help is greatly appreciated
Thanks
Ben

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4/15/2018 5:49 PM

Have you turned up the idle?

Maybe you need new clutch plates and fibers.

I changed out the push rod and it helped on my bike. I had more hours though, so maybe it was worn.

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4/15/2018 6:18 PM

This may sound stupid but have you adjusted the clutch at the lever?

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Race Bike: 2018 KTM 350SXF

Other Bikes: 1985 CR80R, 1990 CR250R, 1998 PW80, Specialized Fuse Comp 29.

Sold: 2016 YZ250F, 2012 CRF250R

4/15/2018 6:31 PM

What trans oil are your running?

Paw Paw

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4/15/2018 6:41 PM

Sounds low on muffler fluid.

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4/15/2018 6:48 PM

CarlinoJoeVideo wrote:

Have you turned up the idle?

Maybe you need new clutch plates and fibers.

I changed out the push rod and it helped on my bike. I had more hours though, so maybe it was worn.

I went to my local ktm dealer and they re calibrated the tps sensor and cleared codes from battery dying, I had hoped that would donit but it didn’t seem to help

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4/15/2018 6:50 PM

c0ncEpT wrote:

This may sound stupid but have you adjusted the clutch at the lever?

To my knowledge there isn’t much adjustment at the lever other then how far in or out the lever itself is. I’m running the asv memlon levers if that makes a difference I don’t know

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4/15/2018 6:50 PM

Paw Paw 271 wrote:

What trans oil are your running?

Paw Paw

I’m running the belray oil husky reccomenda

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4/15/2018 6:51 PM
Edited Date/Time: 4/16/2018 5:58 AM

project racer wrote:

Sounds low on muffler fluid.

Does Walmart sell that stuff?

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4/15/2018 10:11 PM

CarlinoJoeVideo wrote:

Have you turned up the idle?

Maybe you need new clutch plates and fibers.

I changed out the push rod and it helped on my bike. I had more hours though, so maybe it was worn.

ben5020 wrote:

I went to my local ktm dealer and they re calibrated the tps sensor and cleared codes from battery dying, I had hoped that would donit but it didn’t seem to help

I try to bleed it again to confirm no air in the line. Then new clutch steels and fibers. Then new push rod, then New clutch slave.

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4/16/2018 5:57 AM

CarlinoJoeVideo wrote:

Have you turned up the idle?

Maybe you need new clutch plates and fibers.

I changed out the push rod and it helped on my bike. I had more hours though, so maybe it was worn.

ben5020 wrote:

I went to my local ktm dealer and they re calibrated the tps sensor and cleared codes from battery dying, I had hoped that would donit but it didn’t seem to help

CarlinoJoeVideo wrote:

I try to bleed it again to confirm no air in the line. Then new clutch steels and fibers. Then new push rod, then New clutch slave.

What plates/fibers do you suggest? I’ve always had good luck with Hinson personally. I’m contemplating a rekluse but hate to drop that kind of money if I don’t like it

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4/16/2018 7:40 AM
Edited Date/Time: 4/16/2018 7:41 AM

Try running a thinner trans oil. If the oil is too thick it will lead to the clutch drag you are stating is the problem.
My Husky 450 was doing the same thing until I changed to a different oil.
Paw Paw

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4/16/2018 10:05 AM

What oil are you running?

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4/16/2018 10:19 AM

I run all Hinson clutch components

I just started using Maxima 10-40 Premium, it's what Hinson recommended.

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4/16/2018 10:20 AM

P.S. Make sure your clutch basket isn't notched like this.
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4/16/2018 10:28 AM

Damn She’s a little busted

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