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Honda RTL 250 Clutch Plates

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Can anyone offer any recommendations on replacement clutch plates to fit a 1986 Honda RTL 250 (Drum brake).

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it started life as a cb100.so look at ebc brakes,and check for your self.when changed use mobile 1 full synthetic oil,changing every few trials.helps to stop horrible noise and feel when hot.

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it started life as a cb100.so look at ebc brakes,and check for your self.when changed use mobile 1 full synthetic oil,changing every few trials.helps to stop horrible noise and feel when hot.

Thanks Does anyone know the recommended amount of oil to use...?

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The book recommends 900cc of oil. However, there should be a small oil check bolt just in front of the kick start. Remove this and fill until it begins to flow out of the hole.

I think that you

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I have been using my TLR250 for about 15 years and have experimented with many clutch arrangments, including a partial attempt to convert to hydraulic based on 4RT parts. My optimum specification is Barnett Kevlar plates, CB125 anti-rattle kit in place of the outside steel plate, motorcycle specific semi synthetic engine oil designed for wet clutch, and a spacer behind the bearing in the outer casing to optimise the actuation point of the cam.

I hope this helps.

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On 6 March 2011 at 10:54 AM, not ron said:

I have been using my TLR250 for about 15 years and have experimented with many clutch arrangments, including a partial attempt to convert to hydraulic based on 4RT parts. My optimum specification is Barnett Kevlar plates, CB125 anti-rattle kit in place of the outside steel plate, motorcycle specific semi synthetic engine oil designed for wet clutch, and a spacer behind the bearing in the outer casing to optimise the actuation point of the cam.

I hope this helps.

 

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