Very funny....primary chain conversions running in oil :lol:
I don't agree tho', No clutch I know of is better running in oil. That is a nessesarry evil due to lube being required for other components.
I have a belt drive running dry with sureflex plates and a new hub centre and I have no problems at all in anyway, plus a super light clutch.
I don't like the idea of running without inspection covers for cooling, the rain does come in, and it doesn't look good. On the Commando I have cut a 'hole' in the backplate just under the central mounting bolt, and covered with mesh. This seems to avoid rain pouring in, and you cant tell the difference from the outside, so it looks good.
On my Triton I have a ali cover which is completely open so I can remove the plates every now and again dead easy...on
I do ride in the rain.....I live in the north of England....it rains here ALL the time!!
I know Yellowcad says all is adjusted properly, but this problem happened after cleaning the plates.....so what changed?
Were some plates warped and then put back in a different position? Did two steel ones go together instead of alternate?
Loosen off the cable and make sure you have just a touch of play in the rod adjuster and try again?
I suspect slightly warped plates being put back in a different angular configuration.