Question about Motorcycles
On the right side of engine (just above the foot peg), you should see a nut threaded over a slotted bolt. You should see the words "increase" & "decrease" with arrows pointing in either direction. Loosen the nut around the bolt and turn the screw slightly maybe a 1/4 turn. (turn towards the increase direction to make the clutch engage sooner, turn towards the decrease direction to adjust the clutch to disengage sooner). Tighten the nut, and test your change. You will have to "play" with the adjustment until you get the clutch the way you want it.
Posted on Feb 24, 2013
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