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lars1990

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  1. I guess you are right, the pack is too big now probably. I found this product on Splatshop and will get myself another retaining plate: http://www.splatshop.co.uk/clutch-spring-retaining-plates-sherco-2017-scorpa-2017.html Will do another post when after I installed the parts. (retaining plate and AJP master cylinder)
  2. The 2017 clutch does not have 6 springs anymore, its a diaphragm clutch
  3. Thanks for the info, that was exactly what I needed. I measured my clutch spring retaining plate, and it is 2mm. According to the post the plate is 2,3mm now.
  4. I own a Sherco 300 2017, and I think the clutch pull is way more heavy than on any other bike. I had some more issues with the clutch. The clutch fluid was leaking, but this was fixed by swapping the slave cylinder seal. The heavy pull got worse since I changed the clutch plates. The really friendly people from Splatshop suggested to change the Braktec master cylinder for an AJP master cylinder. Does anyone have the same issues and is there any other solution besides changing the master cylinder? I changed the mineral oil for the Putoline mineral hydraulic clutch fluid. Thank you so much for any suggestions.
  5. He is gonna ride Swedish championship and train for extreme enduro. That's what he said in a Swedish radio interview.
  6. Good luck! This is how the motorcycle looked like in 2008:
  7. Cool to see your blog. This is my old bike, good to see it's still alive. Owned it between 2008 - 2010. (It's a 2008 model, not 2009 btw) If you want any info about it, just ask. The bike has quite some history and did back then a lot of small mods to improve the bike. Edit: Yes, I changed the carb after a few months to a sps version. Trottle response is so much better with the SPS carb, compared to the normal version.