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When I pull away on my 2010 Gilera Fuoco there is a "clacking" noise from the transmission.
I have had the cover off to check and all looks well as far as I can see.
Could it be the clutch unit?
Any advice would be welcome.
Thanks
Benita
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Sun, 28 Aug 2022 18:02:31 +0000 linkquote
Are the washers all present and in the correct order?

Unless the shoes are worn, I am guess the clutch assembly is making contact with the cover.
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Sun, 28 Aug 2022 18:10:35 +0000 linkquote
Thank you for your reply.
I take it the the clutch comes off as a unit?
What should I be looking for in the way of spacers/washers?
Thanks
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Yes, the clutch comes off as a complete assembly.

Take a look at the diagram attached, particularly parts# 16 through 19.

The washers must be present and placed in the correct size and order. Another possibility is that the nut (part#16) is not tightened to spec.

Warning: Do NOT start the engine with the clutch cover removed or it will instantly disintegrate the clutch assembly.

https://www.easyparts.nl/explodedview/Originele-onderdelen-Gilera-Fuoco-500-IE-E3-2007-2013-(EMEA)-Koppeling-m14689-d42406
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Thanks again for the information.
The diagram gives no indication of washer sizes
I will give it a try but it might be too technical for me,
What is the correct torque setting for the nut?
Thanks again
Benita
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Mon, 29 Aug 2022 21:13:22 +0000 linkquote
Benita wrote:
Thanks again for the information.
The diagram gives no indication of washer sizes
I will give it a try but it might be too technical for me,
What is the correct torque setting for the nut?
Thanks again
Benita
Page 12 of the workshop manual:
https://manuals.wotmeworry.org.uk/Gilera/Gilera%20Fuoco%20-%20MP3%20500/Fuoco%20Workshop%20Manual.pdf
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Thanks for the information.
Benita
   

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