Question about 1995 Honda VT 600 C Shadow
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Clutch cable adjustment
How to adjust motorcycle clutch cable
Honda VT600C Shadow VLX Service Manual
Honda VT600C Owner Manual
Posted on Jul 17, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hello ddsaul2...If it's only been a day since the shop adjusted the carbs. you need to return it to them and make them do it right.
Sounds like a float valve is stuck and not closeing.They may have cracked a seat... There could be a pin hole in one of the floats causeing it to fill up with gas and sink. You can check and make sure all the vacuum lines are connected and possibly GENTLY tap on the carb fuel bowls to see if the float might be stuck alll the way down. Personally...if i paid for a carb tune i'd make them fix it. Surely they gurantee their work.
Good luck...i hope this helps
Posted on May 30, 2009
It depends on the amount of abuse and the attention to maintance the bike has received in the past. Clutches can last 15+ years or can be destroyed in a few months of hard (abusive) use.
In this case, you might investigate simply changing the oil. Fresh oil sometimes makes a huge difference - especially with a wet clutch. If the oil has been changed regularly and recently, it's possible the clutch is in need of replacement or possibly a simple adjustment. With the lever all the way released, you should have a small amount of free-play in the lever before resistance is felt. 10MM at the end of the lever, or about 1-2MM at the cable end of free-play is desired.
If this change happened suddenly it's possible that something has failed internally. If so, I do not advise that the bike be run until it is serviced.
Posted on Oct 16, 2009
Testimonial: "THANK YOU FOR YOUR HELP! I HAVE KEPT UP ON THE MAINTENANCE BUT WILL CHANGE THE OIL AND SEE IF THAT HELPS.IT WAS A SUDDEN CHANGE BUT IT STILL ENGAGES"
Clamps rite on frame at radiator.mounting hardware should come with bar.put rubber patch on frame to protect custom frame paint.
Posted on Mar 22, 2010
if you don't know how to move it. don't try your self. because it's more complicated to repaire it. take her to an expert... Live to ride......
Posted on Jun 27, 2011
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