Does a 2T engine in motorcycles have clutches?
Are the clutch in these 2T motorcycles lubricated by the engine oil? Will there be slippage problem due to eo?
- Anonymous8 years agoBest Answer
Most four stroke motors usually share their oil with the clutch. Two stroke motors don't, as they have NO oil in the crank-case. But they often use motor oil in the transmission, and it doesn't affect the clutch. Most motorcycles have a wet clutch, running in oil, not a dry clutch like what cars use.
- charlotteLv 43 years ago
Holy crap. I have no idea sufficient concerning the 09 GSXR to give you a definitive reply so i'm going to give you three. If your bike is a general guide transmission you could have some critical take hold of problems. The principals of a how a regular transmission works are; The motor is disconnected from the driveline while the grasp is disengaged or the transmission is in impartial. The clutch is a mechanical connection from the motor to the transmission that may be manipulated with the intention to provide ample drive to the drive wheel to begin ahead action, without stalling the motor. A good adjusted grab will provide an amount of slippage relying on the function of the snatch lever or pedal, from absolutely locked to entirely unlocked. The amount of slippage given the vehicle relies absolutely on driver enter. An automatic transmission has a viscous coupling (torque converter) that varies the quantity of connection to the motor consistent with the difference between the motor and transmission rpm. This means that the torque converter uses the movement of hydraulic fluid to switch its power across two units of "blades". Even as at Idle the engine facet of the converter isn't producing the movement necessary for the fluid to impart vigor to the transmission facet. As you elevate the rpm of the motor the fluid starts offevolved relocating faster and transferring vigour to the transmission facet. This allows for the driver to quite simply hit the fuel and as the energy is transfered across the torque converter the car pace raises. The 0.33 answer is that there are an increasing quantity of semi-computerized transmissions. Their opperation is dependant on their design, and with a view to be aware of how you can opperate the vehicle you have to learn and understand the owner's guide or get a instructor. You must normally be familiar with the opperating concepts of a car earlier than utilizing it.
- bikerwoodyLv 68 years ago
Not sure what you mean by eo, but I have had trouble using car oil in motorcycle gearboxes at times due to friction modifiers making the clutch slip.