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Just makes a squellin sound when i give it gas in gear .i have adjusted it every way possible

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  • RLtoFixYa May 26, 2011

    What is squealing when you give it gas? If you are referring to the clutch, start by checking the oil level in the trans case. Also, ensure that you are running the proper oil otherwise premature wear can occur in the clutch.

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If you're talking about the bike making a squealing sound when you give it the gas when in gear and the bike doesn't move, try checking the rear drive belt.

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