I have a '80 Yamaha QT 50. I changed the oil in the crankcase today, and while it was empty, I pulled the clutch apart, and looked at the 'little drum brake shoe' looking friction weights.
What does a bad one, that is slipping too much look like? can one replace the friction 'shoe'?
These have about a 1/16" - 1/18" of some sort of orange rubber material on them, with deep groves running the long way. the inside of the drum is smooth.
The reason I ask, is that it seems way to easy to slow down the bike, with a hill or a head-wind as of late, and I tought that increasing the friction here would help get more power to the road,