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what did i do

i was messing around in this empty parking garage and i was doin burn outs and stuff and on the way home my bike was runnin like shizzz and when i gave it normal gas it would go but around 6k rpm they would jump but the bike didnt go anywhere. im thinkign i blew the clutch or the bike just needs to sit for the night to cool down. what do you guys think happened.
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I think you treat your bike like crap........ your bike will crap on you.....

sounds like a clutch problem

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i was messing around in this empty parking garage and i was doin burn outs and stuff and on the way home my bike was runnin like shizzz and when i gave it normal gas it would go but around 6k rpm they would jump but the bike didnt go anywhere. im thinkign i blew the clutch or the bike just needs to sit for the night to cool down. what do you guys think happened.
Yup. I'm no expert, but it does sound like the clutch is slipping. I had a clutch go on one of my cars years ago and thats exactly how it behaved.

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yeah man the clutch, thats what happens when your busting burnouts everywhere, if your clutch is goin you can tell you do alot of burnouts man, or drag racing...chill out man, and enjoy your bike.
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where is the best place to buy a clutch? brand etc...
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post #7 of 12 (permalink) Old 10-15-2007, 03:25 PM
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Honda OEM is good.
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Honda OEM is good.
and the cheapest. might be a good idea to buy two
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they all got it right, clutch
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how much is it usually,what about barnett clutches? someone was saying they are better and cheaper....is this true

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and the cheapest. might be a good idea to buy two
If you like to do burnouts that is an EXCELLENT idea... hell .. try a volume discount and get 3 or 5 ... LOL
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lol i dont do burnouts thsat much, i was just doin them in this parking garage and i think i was riding it to hard i just cant beleieve the clutch can go out that quick with one burnout
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