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I have a 1992 Suzuki DR 350 When i pull in the clutch And put in gear the bike jumps forward like i have no clutch. Bike ran great yesterday no slippage

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I have a similar issue except when im slowing into a turn and pull the clutch in the bike stalls on me now.

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Suzukis are known to have a lot of clutch drag especially when the motor is still cold. You can try adjusting your clutch cable play, this may help a little, but also will wear out your clutch plates faster.

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That could be a bad cable or your trani needs to be rebuilt.

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