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Clutch Problems???

I got a 954 with 5k miles and when i go to release the lever to start moving, it only grabs at the very last part of the clutch. I've adjusted the free play to the specs no problem there pletty up at the handlebars also just put a new oem clutches, steels, and springs. It was doing this before i put the new set in, so i figured the problem was the clutches. So if there is some other adjustment to do or something else is wore out please give me your opinions.
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Re: Clutch Problems???

That should be where you want it. On the Hi RPM shifts the more air gap between the clutches helps save the transmission.
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Re: Clutch Problems???

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I got a 954 with 5k miles and when i go to release the lever to start moving, it only grabs at the very last part of the clutch. I've adjusted the free play to the specs no problem there pletty up at the handlebars also just put a new oem clutches, steels, and springs. It was doing this before i put the new set in, so i figured the problem was the clutches. So if there is some other adjustment to do or something else is wore out please give me your opinions.
did you adjust both sides of the clutch cable?
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Re: Clutch Problems???

I haven't adjusted it down at the cover i didn't think i need to since i've got plenty of adjustment at the clutch lever.
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Re: Clutch Problems???

That nut at the bottom can be used. It really isn't just for looks
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