Wat denuff zegt idd. Maar ook om de koppeling zelf te smeren.
Purpose of the oil jet
The clutch is lubricated with oil from the same passage as the transmission. After the crankshaft, pistons, rods, cam chain, cams, and transmission gears and bearings are lubricated, what's left goes to the interior of the wet clutch via the clutch oil restriction jet and through the pushrod passage to the interior of the clutch inner hub. Some of the oil in the inner hub is used to lubricate the sliding surfaces of the clutch booster. The remaining oil then flows through holes in the inner hub to lubricate the friction disks and the sliding surfaces of the clutch. After which the oil is flung out of the clutch to drain into the oil sump for pickup and return to the oil tank by the oil scavenger pump.
The clutch oil jet (located beneath a screw plug near the countershaft sprocket and clutch slave cylinder on the left side of the bike) size is selected to provide just the right amount of oil to the clutch. Too small a jet size and the clutch will not be lubricated adequately, resulting in rough shifting and eventually worn clutch parts. Too large a jet and the clutch will be over lubricated resulting in some of the same symptoms as under-lubricating, plus a lowering of system oil pressure and accumulation of crankcase oil (overwhelming the scavenger pump) at idle speed.
The clutch also gets lubricated with oil from the transmission via the main shaft and countershaft roller bearings and to a degree from oil thrown off the counter balancer gear and pinion gear. The clutch also runs in whatever oil is pooled in the sump.
Knipperend olielampje heeft hoogstwaarschijnlijk niks met die sproeier te maken idd.
Dat zou ik eerder gewoon in de oliedruksensor of de bedrading daarvan zoeken.
Heb het op sdnet wel eens voorbij zien komen dat de bedrading net achter de stekker een breukje had waardoor het druklampje ook zo nu en dan knipperde. Misschien wel even de moeite van het controleren waard.