I agree with DKnard, make sure all your connections are tight and seal them up if you ride in water often, I went over my bike when it was brand new and I remember some of those gear clamps were slightly loose in places. I tightened everything up real good and I have never had any water in my clutch.
I have never had my clutch regreased but I am thinking I would like too, just to see what it looks like in there and to gauge often I would need to do it? If you are in the habit of riding fairly deep all the time and are frequently emptying your clutch out then a more frequent cleaning/regreasing may be in order? Also a snorkle will save a lot of headaches and money if this is what your into. Maintenance is cheaper than new parts. When you start loosing top speed and things are sluggish it is time for a regrease, but if you leave it too long it can get costly........Irv
05 Black Grizz S.E.,
Quadrax elite storage seat,
hand & thumb warmers,
CV boot protectors,
27" 589's on Type 4's,
Twin-Air Filter & Flange,
Highlifter(EPI) Sport Utility Clutch kit,
06 E-Ton Viper 90(son's)
Ontario, Canadian site eh!
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