Garelli clutch

Hi everyone, is there a thread detailing how to inspect/ check the clutch rubbers?

Cannot figure how to do it?

1974 Bimatic.

Re: Garelli clutch

It looks like this.

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What's it doing why you want to inspect them?

Re: Garelli clutch

Poor idle, once it's warmed up a bit there is a vast improvement.

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> Jamie Bennett Wrote:

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> Poor idle, once it's warmed up a bit there is a vast improvement.

If it was the clutch it would be the other way around. What carb and air filter you running?

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It's all standard as far as I know, just overhauled carb awaiting exhaust gasket to try again, is it a big job to inspect the rubbers?

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> Stephen Simmons Wrote:

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> > Jamie Bennett Wrote:

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> > Poor idle, once it's warmed up a bit there is a vast improvement.

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> If it was the clutch it would be the other way around. What carb and air

> filter you running?

this^^, id say clean the carb again and run a inline fuel filter if u dont have one. there might be an air leak somewhere or head bolts loose, or points dirty. or plug fouled, id say clean out the oil n rubber bits on the tranny side, its a bit tricky to reinstall the star plate if u dont have rubber new nipples, pictured above is pop rivets. also a bummer if u mess up the cover gasket while taking it off.

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Thank you, will get the filter sorted, it's a non standard tank, the old ones beyond repair.

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