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#1 scorpa01

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Posted 17 February 2012 - 02:01 PM

hi there wanted to change clutch oil on my scorpa sy250 2001 and wanted to know how to bleed the new oil back through as i have been trying to do it like i would doin the brakes but carnt seem to get any build up of pressure at all , been pumping clutch lever to force the oil through but still nothing help need please.


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#2 digger144

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Posted 17 February 2012 - 02:23 PM

remove the master cylinder from handle bar place it lower than slave cylinder so you are pumping fluid up hill then bleed out in normal manner i find this method works for front &rear brakes as well

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Posted 17 February 2012 - 02:30 PM

cheers for that i will give it a go and see if it work will let you know

#4 scorpa01

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Posted 17 February 2012 - 05:18 PM

managed to bleed it up now the plunger had got stuck in the master cylinder probably due to lack of use for 3/4 month not the best weather though has it , but the problem is that even when the clutch is engaged it still moving do the clutch plates want removing and cleaning ???????????

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Posted 18 February 2012 - 09:13 AM

managed to bleed it up now the plunger had got stuck in the master cylinder probably due to lack of use for 3/4 month not the best weather though has it , but the problem is that even when the clutch is engaged it still moving do the clutch plates want removing and cleaning ???????????

Hi mate, Have you tried to ride it? mine sticks if not used for a few weeks i run it out of gear for a few mins to warm up then scoot it forward and knock it into 2nd gear (with my feet up on the pegs and with the clutch in). It is takes off but as soon as the clutch is released and then pulled back it it works fine, its just where the plates are dry of oil... hope this helps...

#6 scorpa01

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Posted 18 February 2012 - 12:15 PM

cheers will give that a try once put it all back together again pal but av got to do the crankshaft oil seal as well as mine is very very smokey ,just wondering if any one has do this job on there scorpa and how hard it is and where abouts is it ?????




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