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Cluch slipping

When i engage the first gear there is a grinding sound and clacking sound...shifting through other gears seems effortless...am i not working the clutch properly...is it slipping...is it a bad gear maybe? also...after riding for a while the rpms will hold steady at 3000 after i let go of the throttle...it will hover for a few seconds the slowly back back own to either 1500 which is where it should be...or it will hold at 2000 and if i let the clutch out a little it will drop back to idle...any ideas felllas?

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The first problem may be a slightly bent shift fork but you'd probably have to pull it apart to find out for sure. Alot of these older yammies hate old oil. Try putting some fresh oil in and see what happens. Your second problem sounds like you have a slightly lean idle. You may want to try adjusting your idle mix screws a little bit but only adjust them in 1/8 turn increments and let the bike run for at least 30 seconds between adjustments to allow the mix time to right itself.,,

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