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Clutch Slippin After gettin the bike running right I found the clutch slippin under hard acceleration

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Knowing the bike was fed fully synth oil I had changed it to Semi synth rock oil there is an improvement but its still annoyingly doing it. Any recommendations out thereYepease off the adjustment at the engine end a few threads and report back.,,,

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