Question about 2004 Suzuki GSX-R 750
I have changed the front and back chain on my Suzuki GSX-R 750 k4. my problem is when I pull my clutch lever in it won't disengage so I tried to adjust the bolt and screw of the casing for the push rod... I need to start back from 0. Can someone explain to me clearly and simply how to put back the push rod then reassemble the mechanism that pushes the rod and adjusts the lever and cable correctly so that when I'm going to pull the clutch lever the bike could be like its suppose to be in neutral... thanks in advance
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Bleed your slave cylinder on the sprocket cover and refill the hydraulic fluid. If you have any leaks you will get air in the system and it will not fully disengage the clutch. As for the 750, they have cable clutches and you just need to adjust the slack of the cable.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
SOURCE: clutch problem or cable
I did the same upgrade with the same bike. put a 16t in front and 64t in rear, never had a problem. just more power. I did notice when the chain was to tight things werent working right. gave the chain a little slack and the bike performs great. you might want to remove the front sprocket cover and check if the end of the clutch cable is installed properly. Hope this helps!
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
SOURCE: clutch lever removal
You need to loosen the adjustment at the inside of the lever as loose as you can, then use the slack in the cable to bring the holder down and out a small slot in the lever. You should not have to disconnect the cable at the transmission end but if you still find it impossible to remove, doing so will give you a bit of extra slack too.
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
SOURCE: clutch push rod broke !!!
Chances are the prior owner installed some aftermarket springs that are too strong. This puts extra pressure on the push rod. Just pull the left and right cover of then remove the clutch assembly. put the new rod in from the left side then re-mount the left cover. Put the clutch back on then the right cover. The parts book shows a two piece push rod assembly. I wonder if a hardware store rod was installed because the factory rods are near impossible to find. The substitute rod probably couldn't handle the pressure and heat.
If not found elsewhere, google motorcycle salvage suzuki and see if you can find a used rod set.
Posted on Sep 22, 2009
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call your local suzuki dealer and tell them your problem and see if they can help ya out otherwise try suzuki.com try to get a tech
Posted on Nov 02, 2009
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