Question about 1998 Suzuki GSX-R 600
There can be adjustments to make but if you if still have problems you may have slightly warped plates etc. and may still need to check the clutch itself. it will be easier to see from the manual and you can download it free here:
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Posted on Aug 23, 2009
THe cable is only one part of the adjuster, on the side where the cable connects to the crankcase (engine) there should be a cover. Under the cover will be an adjusting screw. Slacken the locknut then screw the screw in to take up the slack. Once you can feel it go tight back off one full turn. Dont forget to slacken your clutch cable off first.
Replace the cover then tension the cable. All should be good
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