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Thread: Help: Clutch burnt in New Pulsar 220

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    Quote Originally Posted by HarishK View Post
    Clutch Plates Burnt? How is it possible in a Wet type clutch?
    Why not?

    @sujit singh Are clutch plates under warranty?... (I doubt it though) and do you have another dealer/Service center where you can go to? Probably fix the fueling issue and see if it helps before investing money is clutch and all.. ?

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    Smoke from exhaust can be due to various reasons, most common would be improper state of tune (AFR) of the carb. Considering that your bike doesnt rev properly past 5 or 6 k rpm, it can be pretty much confirmed that the AFR isnt proper.

    Smoke from exhaust has nothing to do with the clutch burning issue. (as far as i know)

    Burnt clutch is nothing but overheating of your clutch plate leading to excessive wear, this is due to improper operation of clutch or due to the faulty actuation system.

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    Default Smoky exhaust

    Smoke from exhaust as correctly said could be that the mixture is rich...to confirm that jes pop your spark plug(s) out and check their condition. If its black and sooty then it is too rich.
    Also if its smokin and the smoke is black then it means its burnin oil also evidenced by oil deposits on the spark plug. Burning oil could mean...
    - the combustion chamber is not sealed cos of blown piston rings.
    - your valves are leaking.

    If there is any issue with clutch then it needs to be tackled separately... If the clutch is indeed wearing out then check for debris on the oil filter.

    Hope this helps ...Cheers.
    Always make sure your chain is adjusted. - From experience.

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