Question about Honda VT 750 Shadow Aero Motorcycles
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2005 FLHTCI Clutch Adjustment
follow the bable down from the lever approx 2 feet....right infront of the front cylinder...there is a rubber boot on the cable...pull back the boot to expose the adjuster....it will have a lock nut that you need to loosen...you will need 2 wrenches to do this...once the nut is loose you can make minor adjustments to the cable...remember to leave some slack in the cable....check the slack at the lever...iusually make it just a little under 1/8 of an inch.....if it wont adjust all the slack out, then you will need to adjust the clutch release mechanism under the round cover on the primary....i would suggest picking up a service manual
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
When lowering bikes, we usually lessen or cut the shock absorbers (front and back).
Accessory places have lowering blocks, they are just a small metal accessory that move the bottom of the rear shocks to the rear and down, I think you get 1.5 inches from them. Then you need to cut or get shorter springs in the front, either will probably make the ride stiffer in the front.
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
You do not have to remove the final drive , the wheel is resting on a spline shaft. Center stand the motorcycle or lift the rear wheel, remove the axle bolt, knock out the spacer, and slide the brake panel out of the way. Now the wheel is resting only on a splined shaft. Grab the wheel and gently slide it away from the final drive ( off the splined shaft ) and roll it out the back of the wheel well. When replacing the wheel be sure to get some MOLY60 paste from the Honda dealer and grease the spline before putting the wheel back on.
Posted on Jul 29, 2010
You probably have some gelled gas in the carbs. Take off the fuel line going into the carbs and spray some carb cleaner directly into the bowls. This may take care of a minor clog. If this does not work , you will have to take the carbs off and clean the slow jets and slow circuit passageways before the bike will idle normally again.
Posted on Aug 31, 2010
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