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Gredek-free second-hand automatic motorcycle, the key is the owner must be diligent in doing this

Otomotifnet.com – For those who buy used motors, especially matik, this is the way so that the unit purchased is free beam.

As is known, gredek on motor matik caused by a slippery double canvas.

The double slip lining produces vibrations that trigger the grating of the automatic motor.

“Double slip pads are usually caused by a dirty double canvas housing,” said Givarius Kimza, Owner of YR Custom, a CVT upgrade specialist workshop.

“The part that is in contact with the double canvas tread is usually filled with dirt in the form of dust, dust can come from outside or remnants of the double canvas,” he explained when met on Tuesday (31/08).

In order to be free from squeezing, the man who is familiarly called Ivan suggested to be diligent in servicing the CVT on a regular basis.

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Illustration of automatic motorcycle CVT


“With regular CVT service, at least 3 to 4 thousand km of use once, you can clean dirt or dust that triggers gedek on automatic motorcycles,” said Ivan.

“In addition, don’t forget to give grease or grease to the CVT components that need it,” he added.

For example, in the pin slide area on the secondary sliding sheave, without any grease or grease, the movement may not run smoothly and even get stuck.

“Then modifications such as punching holes in the double canvas bowl are also recommended to reduce the gredek on the automatic motor,” suggested Ivan.

“The function of the holes is to remove dirt in the form of dust in the double canvas house,” he said when met at Jalan Alternative Cibubur No. 53, Jatikarya, Bekasi, West Java.

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