Vulcan 1500 Clutch Slip
Quote: I think you mean dis-engage, correct?
Yes, I do mean dis-engage. Sure glad one of us knows what I am talking about. Okay, so I take the cover off the master cylinder and no floatys and I have completely changed out my fluid already. I look closely at the holes in the bottom and one is obviously open because I can see the plunger going back and forth as I press on the handle. I get a wire and try to stick in the very small other hole and nothing. So, I get a straight pin out of my wifes sewing box and stick it in the hole and I know I have something because when I press the handle, it squirts fluid all over me. I put the cap back on and press the handle a couple of times and the clutch is looser so I jump on the bike and take it for a spin down the road a few miles and when it is nice and warm, I go up a steep hill and gun it real good and waalaa, no slip at all. Who would have thought such a small thing would cause such big problems. I know the parts I replaced were out of spec. but probably would have gone a while if the real problem was fixed in the first place. My undying graditude to you for a good finish to a great day.