Re: Garelli clutch won't disengage

I know this is a long shot but have you checked the tension of your throttle cable on your handlebar end? The ever so slight adjustment to mine altered the idle just enough to stop my clutch from staying engaged. I had the exact same problem as you, regards, Luke

Re: Garelli clutch won't disengage

Hi quick update solved the problem

installed a new rubber donut the old one was too big or something. and then i just played a bit with the idle and now it runs like a charm.

thanks for all the replys and help you guys have given me.

Re: Garelli clutch won't disengage

> Willi fog Wrote:

> -------------------------------------------------------

> Hi quick update solved the problem

>

> installed a new rubber donut the old one was too big or something. and

> then i just played a bit with the idle and now it runs like a charm.

>

> thanks for all the replys and help you guys have given me.

stupid rubber clutches......I do like a garelli ride though....

Re: Garelli clutch won't disengage

i Just have one concern about one thing now

after i got it to work i rode it for maybe 10-12 km or 6-7 miles and at a point i realised it was dripping oil. i got home and took the oil out and had maybe lost 30-40 ml or 1 to 1.3 onz of oil. could it have done any damage to the engine or the rubber or am i being paranoid.

Re: Garelli clutch won't disengage

> Willi fog Wrote:

> -------------------------------------------------------

> i Just have one concern about one thing now

>

> after i got it to work i rode it for maybe 10-12 km or 6-7 miles and at

> a point i realised it was dripping oil. i got home and took the oil out

> and had maybe lost 30-40 ml or 1 to 1.3 onz of oil. could it have done

> any damage to the engine or the rubber or am i being paranoid.

you'll be fine...fix your leak obviously...

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