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Thread: R15: Clutch Plate Change Queries

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    Clutch life is often exaggerated on various online forums. The clutch plates on my Pulsar were supposed to last 20k kms if we believe what people claim online. But my bike starts to lose top end right after around 10k kms. No I don't ride the clutch nor do I pull crazy stunts. City riding does that to my bike. So if you feel the bike is reaching lesser speeds at higher RPMs then it is a definite issue of clutch slippage.

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    Thanks shrinathrao for the detailed explanation...

    I'll go for a clutch plate change and fresh load of yamalube/motul 5100.
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