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The only adjustment is free play at the pedal, the clutch release is hydraulic and is self adjusting. If the engagement is getting low on the pedal, it usually means the clutch is wearing out. It is possible that the hydraulics are leaking, inspect the slave, master and hose.

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What is wrong with your clutch first of all? Is slipping or smells like it is burned?
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To adjust your clutch on your Sporty, find the cable adjuster in the middle of the clutch cable. Move the cover out of the way, break the locknut loose, and adjust the adjuster inwards to get as much freeplay in the cable as possible.

Now, remove the cover from the clutch release mechanism on the primary cover. Remove the spring and the locknut. Inside you'll see a slotted adjuster screw. Turn the adjuster counterclockwise as far as it will go. Then back up clockwise 1/2 turn. Reinstall the locknut and the spring, then the cover.

Go back to the cable adjuster in the cable and adjust the adjuster outwards until you get about a 1/8" freeplay in the clutch cable. Work the clutch several times and check the freeplay. If correct. lock the locknut and replace the protective boot.

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Try to adjust the play in the cable at the clutch perch, leaving play in the cable. If that is ok, then check the push rod adjustment if it has one. Bottom out the push rod screw and thebn back it off 1/4- 1/2 turn out. Chaz Moto DC

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How do i adjust my clutch


There is no other standard adjustment. You could install heavier clutch springs but about all that is going to do is make the clutch lever stiffer. You should adjust the clutch handle for about 1/4" of end play.

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Your clutch on your Echo is hydraulically operated. There are 2 cylinders, one is connected to the clutch pedal, and the other is on the transmission clutch release arm. Hydraulic fluid operates the clutch. With this system, there are no adjustments. If your clutch is "slipping", a replacement may be in order.

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