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Clutch lever span adjustment

How do you reduce the lever span for smaller hands on the Pan European ST 1100?
It feels stiff (lot of resistance) and only engages at full extension.
Can this be adjusted out?


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  • Anonymous Mar 13, 2014

    clutch feels like it wont fully engage, i replaced new clutch fibre plates and cable. stillthe same problem. it goes into gear but i can stop the wheel with my hand once it is. ive adjusted the clutch fully out but it didnt fix it.. any suggestions please?. its a 94 zzr 250..


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Hi. Does it have a adjustable lever???

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