2019 KX450 clutch

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7/6/2020 5:41 AM

Replacing my clutch in 19 KX450. Using Hinson clutch pack. Oem springs. Put it all back together and when I start it, put it in gear it stalls.
First hydro clutch, I’m obviously missing something.
Thanks in advance, cheers

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7/7/2020 4:14 PM

Are that plates in the correct order?

Right amount of plates?

Enough hydro fluid? Maybe the line needs to be pumped up and bleed?

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7/13/2020 11:16 AM

Did you Drain the oil on the bike before doing the clutch? I did the same setup you are doing and laid the bike on the side so i cold change the clutch without draining the oil. I pulled out the pushrod also. I had a few problems with the clutch not fully releasing. I guess when you pull that and not drain the oil, oil can weep through and get between the clutch cylinder where the fluid goes to and cause issues. I pulled my slave cylinder cover and oil came out where it shouldn't have been. Works great now

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7/13/2020 12:14 PM

I had the same problem on a 125SX a year ago and started with easy stuff first. I bled the Hydro clutch a couple times to be safe and that ended up fixing it. Don't know why, but hasn't happened again.

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7/13/2020 6:59 PM

Thanks for the replies. What happened was: I replaced the steel/fibers with a Hinson pack. I didn’t take out the judder with didn’t leave it with enough clearance. Took them out and it’s as fresh as it gets. thanks again for the replies, rookie move on my part🤦🏼‍♂️. Cheers.

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7/13/2020 9:09 PM

Slaughter612s wrote:

Thanks for the replies. What happened was: I replaced the steel/fibers with a Hinson pack. I didn’t take out the judder with didn’t leave it with enough clearance. Took them out and it’s as fresh as it gets. thanks again for the replies, rookie move on my part🤦🏼‍♂️. Cheers.

Just make sure you watch the Hinson plates..... id pull that cover off every 5-10 hours to inspect the plates. They are known to break....

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7/13/2020 10:30 PM

Slaughter612s wrote:

Thanks for the replies. What happened was: I replaced the steel/fibers with a Hinson pack. I didn’t take out the judder with didn’t leave it with enough clearance. Took them out and it’s as fresh as it gets. thanks again for the replies, rookie move on my part🤦🏼‍♂️. Cheers.

dancolvin633 wrote:

Just make sure you watch the Hinson plates..... id pull that cover off every 5-10 hours to inspect the plates. They are known to break....

Thanks Dan. With that said, what are you running? Your bikes are always on point. Cheers

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7/14/2020 12:29 PM

Slaughter612s wrote:

Thanks for the replies. What happened was: I replaced the steel/fibers with a Hinson pack. I didn’t take out the judder with didn’t leave it with enough clearance. Took them out and it’s as fresh as it gets. thanks again for the replies, rookie move on my part🤦🏼‍♂️. Cheers.

dancolvin633 wrote:

Just make sure you watch the Hinson plates..... id pull that cover off every 5-10 hours to inspect the plates. They are known to break....

Slaughter612s wrote:

Thanks Dan. With that said, what are you running? Your bikes are always on point. Cheers

I run oem fiber and steel plates, and believe it or not I run the judder spring. I thought the feel with the spring was better for me. I did just get a Rekluse torque drive clutch pack I am going to try

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