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Old 07-20-2011, 01:36 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Clutch Slipping

So recently my TRX 200 has lost alot of power. When i go WOT it just revs high and has no catch so i assume the the clutch is going it used to onley do it in fourth but it has moved to all other gears any info would be great.
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Old 07-20-2011, 10:53 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Have you ever adjusted the clutch?
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Yeah, sounds like one of the clutches is slipping. Probably the change clutch. Time to replace the clutch discs.
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no i have never ajusted it and should i replace the fiber ones and the steel ones or jst the fiber ones
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no i have never ajusted it and should i replace the fiber ones and the steel ones or jst the fiber ones
I usually just replace the fiber discs as long as the steel plates aren't warped or something. I use emery cloth, in a circular motion, to scuff up the plates just to de-glaze them a little. Don't forget to soak the new fiber discs in clean engine oil for about an hour before installing them.
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ok i was also looking and there is the clutch shoes when should i replace those
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ok i was also looking and there is the clutch shoes when should i replace those
Yeah, that's the centrifugal clutch. It could be the clutch that's bad, but the way you described it, it sounds like the change clutch is the one that's slipping. The change clutch is usually the one that goes out first. You have to remove the centrifugal clutch to get to the change clutch, so while you have it off, you can measure the lining on the shoes and you can also measure the inside diameter of the clutch drum to see if they're withing spec.
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Old 07-20-2011, 06:22 PM   #8 (permalink)
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ok thanks.
i had to rebuild my recoilstarter last night that was a blast so just one more thing to fix it was kinda sad that my 185 smokes the crud out of the 200
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