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Hero Honda Hunk Clutch Plate problem!!!

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  • Hero Honda Hunk Clutch Plate problem!!!

    Dear all,
    I am using a Hero Honda Hunk for last 3 years. It is proving to be a excellent companion throughout this journey so far. I have completed almost 30,000 km in my ODO.

    Now, the mechanic is saying that the clutch plate of my bike is weak and it is better if I change it.

    I also feel that the adrenal rush which I got from my bike while instant pick up -----has been reduced to some extent. But interestingly my bike still do the top speed (110+kmph) even today with no problem.

    The meter also shows exact speed at different rpm range......but my gear shifting is little bit harse.

    I never give hand to my engine.....please suggest what should I do?

    Should I change my Clutch Plate right now? Or should I continue as it is?

    Again, if i change clutch plate then what precaution should I follow in order to adjust my clutch plate properly?

    Thank you in advance for you help.

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    query approved.
    (Been There Done That) x 3.25