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Hello, have you noticed any loss of fluid in the clutch master cylinder? Reason I ask is the slave cylinder can leak internally into the engine and the loss no be noticeable as a leak.
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Thanks, you'll need to pull the clutch slave cylinder. When you do you'll likely find fluid leaking from it.
IT's the part by the generator. You'll need to replace the complete part with O ring.
No the one down on the engine by the generator. Should be a couple bolts and an o ring on the lip that goes into the engine.
92026 is the seal that goes between the slave cylinder and engine, you'll need that one and either the whole slave cylinder or the rebuild kit. I'd go with the whole cylinder vs rebuilding if you have never rebuilt one before.
Yes same as brakes, good shortcut is to get a piece of hose that fits over the bleed and a glass bottle. Fill the bottle half way with clutch fluid, put hose over bleeder and other end in bottle of fluid. Crack your bleeder and pump clutch until there are no bubbles then close bleeder. Saves a ton of time and fluid.
It may have cracked inside where you cannot see it. Usually the seal 92049 is what wears and leaks.
92049 is the seal that leaks lets fluid leak out the slave. 92026 seals the slave to engine so no engine oil leaks.
You can give it a go on replacing 92049. Use comprpessed air to pop the piston out of it. (13256) and inspect the piston to see if there's any wear on it. Use the blowgun where the clutch line goes in and hold your hand over the cylinder so it doesn't going flying.If it looks ok polish it up with some 1500-2000 grit dans paper.
Youll then need to pop out seal 92049 with a seal puller or scredriver. Install the new one with a seal driver or a socket that fits over the seal and drive it in.
Lube the seal where the piston contacts it with some motor oil then install the piston.
You can now use your new 92026 gasket and install the slave cylinder back on the bike and bleed the system.