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Bitte helfen - Sterben Kupplung oder Getriebe?

Erstellt von Riga, 12.06.2015, 18:17 Uhr · 25 Antworten · 2.545 Aufrufe

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    #11
    Zitat Zitat von oerst Beitrag anzeigen
    Well, probably it's better to trust in your dealer instaed of asking in a forum and to deny any other opinion than the one of Your Dealer
    Fully agree.

    For me this looks normal and some noise is caused because of not tipping the shifter but slightly pushing it and leaving the tension on it.

    I would be concerned if there is exceptional noise when riding.

    By the way. In case of blocking by gear box or engine. Would the Anti Hopping Clutch prevent the rear wheel from blocking?

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    #12
    Exactly what I think. Do not tip the shifter too smoothly. A short, hard tip is required and the rebouncing will not occur

    We had this topic nearly 2 years ago.

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    #13
    I've just returned from a test ride, so I tried a short, hard tip. Sometimes it works just fine, most of the times there is indeed re-bouncing and at one occasion it what bouncing slowly and many times for at least 5 seconds!
    Anyway on Monday the clutch will be inspected. I hope it is not morethan damaged discs. Because the warranty ended 2 months ago and I might have to pay for the repair my self. The whole clutch assembly goes around 600 euros?

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    #14
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    but i see a BIG different problem. You should NOT leaf your feet in the down position. Only TAP in the first gear. you will kill the gearbox.
    Just checked again - normally I am tapping and it doesn't change how the 1st gear behaves!

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    #15
    Hello,
    If there is really kick back on the shifter - what I may have missed on the video - that is something a couple of early K50 owners experienced on their bikes. One of them was Espaceo here in the forum with whom I discussed it a little as I could not imagine how this is possible. I sent him a message and asked him to take a look here.

    I do not remember if it was possible to fix it. Maybe the needle pin for pushing the clutch, that was exchanged on some bikes, could help. The pin length or diameter was changed to have better clutch function.

    At least BMW in Lituania or Munich should know about this problem and be able to give technical / financial support.

    It would be nice to hear back about the outcome and maybe we can give one or the other help for you.

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    #16
    Kopfschütteln mehr ist nicht drin

    Gruß

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    #17
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    Hello,
    At least BMW in Lituania or Munich should know about this problem and be able to give technical / financial support
    Here in Lettland BMW say they don't know the problem yet. They can not service me before July 6, but they accepted that I take the engine lid off at independent garage (because the warranty is officially over) and take photos of the clutch so they can order new clutch if it will be needed.

    And because I don't want to kill the bike if the problem is actually BIG and no one can tell me the exact problem, I'm asking everyone around the world!

    So thank you guys for your help!

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    #18
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    Kopfschütteln mehr ist nicht drin

    Gruß
    Und damit ist gemeint???

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    #19
    Riga,
    In my opinion there should be no problem riding the bike and nothing should be damaged. But this is without guarantee.

    Just taking a pic of the clutch might not be the solution for finding the cause and ordering a new clutch.

    In your case I would try to get support by BMW in Munich and insist not to be redirected to your local dealer without a statement or proposal from Munich.

    How many Kilometers are on your bike?

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    #20
    It has 20.000 km. I bought it a few weeks ago when it was fully serviced by BMW at 18.000 km. On test drive I noticed Schaltschlage but I didn't notice the re-bouncing then, and it is slightly progressing now.

    Do you think it is possible to get a real support from Munich? My local dealer is pretty much friendly now, but if it is possible, I'd like to push this a bit so I don't have to pay for what I haven't damaged myself!


 
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