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Clutch cable routing

Just a little query on my 92 Blade - where does the clutch cable route to from the lever - does it go over the fairing bracket or under it ?? I had mine routed under the bracket but its catching on full lock - that can't be right !!
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Re: Clutch cable routing

Hmmm, I just answered this question today. You need to make sure you have the proper cable, the one with the almost 90 degree bend coming out of the lever. It begins the bend to go UNDER the bottom triple clamp, thus routing away from the fairing stay bracket.
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Re: Clutch cable routing

Owner complaint of the F4i is that it goes above the stay and often obstructs view of the gauges. Minor quibble but nonetheless annoying.

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Re: Clutch cable routing

Thanks Ian - pretty sure I have the right cable - will have a go with that cheers
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