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  • stripped clutch plate screws :(

    So today while disassembling my cutch I stripped the three torx head screws that hold the clutch plate. I was using the proper size torx wrench and was utilizing a piston stopper.

    these suckers must have loc-tite from the factory on them or something...

    How can I remove the clutch now?

    The center bolt is off,
    is drilling the heads off the screws the only way?
    GTR 46 dominator
    GTR 46 w/ rhino
    GSR29 4 bolt Zen w/torque pipe
    GSR 25 stock

  • #2
    I would drill the heads off, get a left hand drill bit and it may extract them while making the attempt as the heat will help.
    Hell Fab

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    • #3
      Don't bother, pull the whole clutch off and toss it in the trash.

      I have a better one for you.

      http://www.billetboard.com/showthrea...or-GP460-Users

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      • #4
        Originally posted by ToyMaker View Post
        Don't bother, pull the whole clutch off and toss it in the trash.

        I have a better one for you.

        http://www.billetboard.com/showthrea...or-GP460-Users
        Such a better system all around. People asked for this kind of set up and fix for a long long time and TM listened and designed from ground up with pieces accomidating us specifically. There were folks that got pretty close but still ran into issues that did not completely fix the problem.
        Originally posted by rocketped
        Damn Texan

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        • #5
          It also eliminated a continuing issue with the G62 on a Ped. Thanx again TM!
          Hell Fab

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          • #6
            To pop the clutch off the shaft I need to get one of the screws out to use a puller bolt though... Any tips or tricks regarding this with out one screw removed.
            GTR 46 dominator
            GTR 46 w/ rhino
            GSR29 4 bolt Zen w/torque pipe
            GSR 25 stock

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            • #7
              Seriously though. Throw the entire GP460 clutch away...

              The TM clutch setup is worth every single penny.

              I've been riding with my for quite awhile now, still 100% satisfied.

              Also the other thing I suggest while I'm posting now... Replacing is the crank clutch bolt and washer.

              The stock one that comes on the 460 is awful and will fail or strip very easily.

              It's just not worth risking the crankshaft threads over a ~$2/bolt and washer.

              But get the TM clutch adapter, you'll be glad you did.
              sigpic

              My GoPed Build: http://goo.gl/0oYHVj

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              • #8
                He might throw it away if he could get it off.

                Take off the nut(I use an impact), and tap the clutch with a hammer. It'll pop off.

                When I say tap, I mean incrementally harder til it pops off.
                Lookin for a new goat...mine is wore the hell out!

                Originally posted by Dirtmonkey
                Slitz is taken. We'll let you be Clitz.

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                • #9
                  Thanks guys it's off now

                  I'll consider upgrading to the TM clutch kit eventually but right now to strapped for cash.

                  Cheers guys!
                  GTR 46 dominator
                  GTR 46 w/ rhino
                  GSR29 4 bolt Zen w/torque pipe
                  GSR 25 stock

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                  • #10
                    You know the funny thing is In the almost two years of riding 460's I have never experienced any clutch issues . I am using the yellow springs now and they seem more reliable than clutch savers from DDM . They are also a dollar a set and I have yet to break a spring .
                    PEDFEST 2013 ALUMNUS
                    PEDFEST 2014 ALUMNUS
                    PEDFEST 2015 ALUMNUS

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by greenborroco View Post
                      You know the funny thing is In the almost two years of riding 460's I have never experienced any clutch issues . I am using the yellow springs now and they seem more reliable than clutch savers from DDM . They are also a dollar a set and I have yet to break a spring .

                      The yellow springs are the reason I started taking apart my clutch system, I just picked up this GTR and I feel the need to replace them because of the such high engagement.
                      GTR 46 dominator
                      GTR 46 w/ rhino
                      GSR29 4 bolt Zen w/torque pipe
                      GSR 25 stock

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Master Shake View Post
                        The yellow springs are the reason I started taking apart my clutch system, I just picked up this GTR and I feel the need to replace them because of the such high engagement.
                        I noticed in your sig is says 6/80 gearing . Where are you located what kind of terrain do your ride on ? The reason I ask is with that gearing you will be maxing our real quick at like 30 mph . Here are a couple of charts to show you what i mean .




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                        PEDFEST 2013 ALUMNUS
                        PEDFEST 2014 ALUMNUS
                        PEDFEST 2015 ALUMNUS

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                        • #13
                          It seems to me a good all around gearing low enough for trail riding but able to cruise around 17-20mph for neighborhoods.

                          I live in north central Florida, I have changed to 7/80 since my sig and will update it soon...

                          I personally don't like going that fast but love the acceleration of 6/80.

                          Nothing says sexy like the sound off a high compression 2stroke under stress in off road acceleration.


                          Cool charts! saved them, thanks!
                          GTR 46 dominator
                          GTR 46 w/ rhino
                          GSR29 4 bolt Zen w/torque pipe
                          GSR 25 stock

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