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Sherco Tech / Re: Sherco clutch steel and fiber OEM thickness
« Last post by TTBadDog on Today at 07:31:54 AM »
Possibly,
Where do you place the 1 to 2mm shims when using the Honda pack?

I have for years used the mix of ATF on my 200's but the KTM clutch pack may be more tolerant or generate less heat etc. Not to perpetuate an oil thread but I had read where Team Sherco uses Mobil 1 0w-40w European Formula. I picked up a gallon and will be trying it out. There is a whole thread on what the specs and so on about European Formula is and you can read till you go dizzy but in a nutshell it is a spec for heat and wear when hot.

Side note, shear strength is what a DB tranny oil needs. Gears must be hard on the oil. My 7.3L diesel is perfectly happy with oil for 5 to 7K miles and my FJR 1300 does not start shifting notchy until 4K miles or so but a dirtbike trans shifting performance falls off quickly somewhere at 4 to 10 hours.

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Sherco Tech / Re: Sherco clutch steel and fiber OEM thickness
« Last post by possiblytoofast4you on December 07, 2021, 02:49:59 PM »
I would recommend going to a jaso oil, it will drag some more but holds up way better to the heat.

5W40 would help with the clutch drag, not sure it would solve it but would be a step in the right direction.

Stock pack to a honda pack require the clutch to be shimmed 1mm at less but 2mm to be safe. The difference between the torque drive and stock doesnt require any changes.
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General Discussion / Re: 21 SE 300 fouls plugs a LOT!
« Last post by bondo on December 07, 2021, 11:18:50 AM »
I'll try your idea.  Thank you!
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Sherco Tech / Re: Sherco clutch steel and fiber OEM thickness
« Last post by BD123 on December 07, 2021, 11:01:20 AM »
also your dragging problem is due to the rekluse torque drive pack. Use the core/oem replacement from rekluse replacement. This is what mario and webb use and it good quality. Dont use a ATF or Gearbox specific oil, some will disagree but once you start abusing the clutch, those oil thin out too much and under perform. Use a 4 stroke motor oil jaso MA or similar.

Yea I just got the old OEM clutch pack from the previous owner about an hour ago, even though that pack is thicker than the Rekluse TorqDrive pack, I am going to toss that back in and see if its better. 

I am running Motul 300V 10W40.  Now, Motul 300V is not JASO rated, should I still be using it?  I know its called out in the latest Sherco Manuals.  I am also running 10w40 instead of what Sherco lists as 5W40.

Are you stating the the clutch salve pushrod is too short for OEM clutch pack, Rekluse TorqDrive, Rekluse OEM stack, other?  During my phone call with Rekluse, they mentioned shimming the throwout washer. 
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Sherco Tech / Re: 2022 250 SE- How to wake up the ECU??
« Last post by mt9292 on December 07, 2021, 03:02:38 AM »
My 2022 300 SE is the same way it goes to sleep in like 5 ish sec. I am assuming this is built in to the ECM flash?
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General Discussion / Re: 21 SE 300 fouls plugs a LOT!
« Last post by possiblytoofast4you on December 06, 2021, 10:30:37 PM »
sounds electrical.

Your jetting is getting quite lean so i think that can be ruled out as the cause.

Take your spark cap off, leave plug in the motor, hold it about 30mm from the head and crank the starter.
Sparks should jump out of the cap to the head, if they dont, it would be safe to assume your problem is electrical.
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Sherco Tech / Re: Sherco clutch steel and fiber OEM thickness
« Last post by possiblytoofast4you on December 06, 2021, 10:24:04 PM »
also your dragging problem is due to the rekluse torque drive pack. Use the core/oem replacement from rekluse replacement. This is what mario and webb use and it good quality. Dont use a ATF or Gearbox specific oil, some will disagree but once you start abusing the clutch, those oil thin out too much and under perform. Use a 4 stroke motor oil jaso MA or similar.
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Sherco Tech / Re: Sherco clutch steel and fiber OEM thickness
« Last post by possiblytoofast4you on December 06, 2021, 10:19:24 PM »
Fibres are 2.85mm

Plates are 1.5mm

Honda plates are 1.5mm but fibres are 3mm. It wont fit straight in the bike, have to do some grinding and stock push rod is too short.
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General Discussion / Re: 21 SE 300 fouls plugs a LOT!
« Last post by bondo on December 06, 2021, 01:00:17 PM »
Thank for the recommendation!
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General Discussion / Re: 01 SE 300 fouls plugs a LOT!
« Last post by alang on December 06, 2021, 09:21:09 AM »
Could be electrical,
But try a n8rh or n8rw
Needle.
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