I have no personal experience with the 1100 clutch, but I do know that when all the noise leaks out mechanical parts stop working with a loud BANG!
your clutch is on its way to a better place
it will fail eventually
until you can replace it, push start your bike whenever you can, and only use the starter when you must
to push start the bike, park it pointing downhill if you can, duck walk or let it roll downhill up to 10 to 15mph in neutral, then with the ignition and fuel and kill switch set to run, pull the clutch in, kick it up into 2nd gear, and let the clutch out.
if you have never done this before, try it while riding - going 40mph in 4th or 5th gear pull the clutch in and hit the kill switch - engine stops
turn the kill switch back to run and let the clutch back out (still in 4th or 5th gear) - engine is running - its really that simple, nothing to be afraid of.
racing bikes dont have starters or batteries - they are always push-started
at 10 to 15mph it works better in 2nd gear. 1st gear might make the back wheel skid and not turn the engine over.
Last edited by KCW; Today at 09:31 AM.