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    Default Scooter slipping clutch ?


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    Motobi Silversomthing 250.
    I believe it's a re badged Keeway/Benelli imported into Aus. 250 auto.
    When cold , the drive is "juddery" , but as it warms up it seems to be ok.
    This is from the Boy out in Oz , so a bit difficult for me to diagnose.
    Would it be the Clutch , Drivebelt , re badged Chinese shit. Or all of these ?

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    Normally judder and slip is the clutch shoes glazed over. They are like drum brake shoes. Clutch drum or "bell" needs to come off and they should be replaced or scrubbed up with coarse paper. A quick fix bodge is to grab the brakes on hard and rev it at the same time. I always thought this would make it worse but a lot of people do it with success, including Dobles on my FJS600!!

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