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post #1 of 14 Old 01-08-2012, 11:55 AM Thread Starter
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headscratch Clutch ?

Looking at a new clutch I don't need anything crazy not planning on any big mods just a 13T, new air filter, and possibly some mud tires in the future. My clutch is shot from the wrong oil, I know noob mistake.
I know the EBC is good http://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/p/...95/-/-/228926/

What about Driveline performance anybody ever heard of it or running it?
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So I take it after you put in the correct oil it was still slipping? You will be surprised at what a difference a good quality oil will do for your clutch. You might just need to keep flushing out the wrong oil with the correct oil. Worth a shot unless you just want to put a new clutch in.


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If your clutch is slipping that bad you need to replace the fibers and the steels om sure they are burnt up.

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I didn't even try the clutch looks bad and its gritty it feels like its dissolving almost. From all the water possibly? Either way I am going to try the new clutch with rotella oil and see how that works out
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I looked up Shell Rotella which seems to be a diesel engine oil. I would choose an oil , that was made for a 4 stroke with a wet clutch. It may cost more but oil is cheaper to change than engine parts. Just my thoughts.

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oops so what kind of oil do u recomend , first time 700x, just purchased it

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So I take it after you put in the correct oil it was still slipping? You will be surprised at what a difference a good quality oil will do for your clutch. You might just need to keep flushing out the wrong oil with the correct oil. Worth a shot unless you just want to put a new clutch in.
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oem honda 4 stroke oil
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Amsoil 0w-40 full synthetic atv oil

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I run Mobil 1 racing 4t for wet clutch. You can pick it up at any parts store for about 9 bucks or so.


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