Question about 2001 KTM MXC 300
Your clutch is not fully engaged. You should have adjustment not only at the clutch lever but where the cable terminates at the crank case. In order to fix this, screw the adjustment at the lever out to get the desired result. Adjust a bit then try the bike and see if you have moved it enough. Whenever you get the desired result, tighten the set nut on the adjustment.
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
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