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Just bought a paddock stand so got home and tried it out...


1) In N the wheel still spins albeit T very slowly

2) In 1 the wheel spins faster even with couch fully pulled in


Are these normal? Is it just because there is no resistance on the week because it's in the air?

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Normal


But remember that hard to find neutral? Spinning faster in 1st is a sure sign that your plates are warped ;-)

Clutch plates?


There goes something else to the list :P I guess they've done well considering the bikes now on 38k

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Just bought a paddock stand so got home and tried it out...


1) In N the wheel still spins albeit T very slowly

2) In 1 the wheel spins faster even with couch fully pulled in


Are these normal? Is it just because there is no resistance on the week because it's in the air?

 

As to 2) - Deffo normal - Try it with the clutch pulled in and don't move the couch and see if that makes a difference. :mrgreen:

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Just bought a paddock stand so got home and tried it out...


1) In N the wheel still spins albeit T very slowly

2) In 1 the wheel spins faster even with couch fully pulled in


Are these normal? Is it just because there is no resistance on the week because it's in the air?

 

As to 2) - Deffo normal - Try it with the clutch pulled in and don't move the couch and see if that makes a difference. :mrgreen:

iPhone + fat fingers + not proof reading = Recipe for disaster [emoji39]

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