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98 gsxr 750

The sprocket cover where the clutch cable goes through. The cable attachs to a lever that is all i could see. the cover just slips back on that is it. The clutch plates are actually on the right side of the motor. The left side being where the shifter is locate.

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  • ccrivera99 Feb 07, 2009

    Now i need to know how to change the clutch on the 98 gsxr 750, it started to slip. Need help please let me know before i mess something up.

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Make sure the cable didn't slip out of it's detent. If it isn't placed exactly where it should be, you gon't get proper tension on the clutch plate.

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