My specialist placed rings between the clutch plate and the flywheel, which solved the problem (at least partly). Shifting gears is no problem, just now and then it jumps out of first and third gear. Could that be caused by slack in the adjustment of the gear?
One more observation: if the engine/gearbox is still cold changing gears (especially revers) is no problem. After ca. 10 minutes, when warmed up, the problem is starting.
If I want to change the clutch, how do I know I have the right one?
Should be possible to measure if bolted in place. If you remove the outer part and have all three levers free they must and should have exactly the same distance to the flywheel.
Can you please explain how to do that?
To me it sounds as if your clutch does not separate properly
I agree with you.
The clutch is as new, the slave clutch cilinder renewed, the main clutch cilinder new and the fork was bent but repaired. So all parts are new or renewed.
No real improvement 😥
If the engine is not running I can use all gears with no problem, with running engine especially reverse and first gear are troublesome. So I think the problem lies in the clutch. The standard play for the clutch is 4 mm. Could increasing the play worth a try?
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