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    TTR 125 Clutch or something else?

    Well im sure my clutch blew on my ttr, i put it in gear and it barley moves when you give it throttle. I took the side case off and as soon as i pulled it off there was a long skinny spring, probably about 6-8 inches. I think it was under the oil pump screen but cant remember, anyways i looked on every diagram and cannot find what this spring is for. I thought my clutch was gone but it may just be this spring? or it could also be a bad clutch and the spring maybe part of other problem? The bike was running fine right before but anyone have any clue what this spring is? I can post a pic if needed but 6-8 inches long skinny tight spring bent on one end







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    Something sounds very odd. I cant imagine anyplace where that type of spring would be in the bike. Post a pic.



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    img269.imageshack.us/img269/4058/dsc0012o.jpg

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    The one end is the one that was ripped? other end was perfect.
    The pic with red line is where im sure i pulled it from, right below the screen. I have no clue where this is from!?




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    i bet that is a snake that enters in your engine via breather... i read on wikipedia when they got tired they just catch a ride. they are called grey metallic snakes.

    seriously, i have no experience with that engine but i am pretty sure those springs don´t belong there. for some reason someone put them there. do you bought the bike new?



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    dat dont belong in dare



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    Ive owned the bike the whole time,, Side cases have never been opened till now. I know i looked on every diagram and cannot figure it out.. Where would it of came from. It was under the screen, So you guys think this has nothing to do with why my clutch went hey?




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    Happen to have a leaking seal anyplace?




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    Quote Originally Posted by Patman
    Happen to have a leaking seal anyplace?
    I was thinking that, but it's too big.

    I think he's yanking our chains.




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    Man!! Im not, hah it was there,,,The seals are mint, the bike is mint other then the clutch, Im gunna take the peice to Yamaha and ill see if any of them will know




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    That "mint" flat black paint seems to be flaking off the factory blue.




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