Question about 2003 TM Racing MX 125
Normally there is no adjustment of a hydraulic clutch. The slave cylinder is driven the same distance each time the master cylinder is actuated by the clutch lever. Unless you have low fluid, I expect your clutch is slipping due to wear or weak springs or possibly due to additives that should not be used with a wet-plate clutch running in engine oil. Check your owners manual for oil recommendations to make sure you have suitable oil for your bike.
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
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