Question about 2000 Suzuki GSX 1300 R Hayabusa
Need to adjust clutch but do not have enough adjustment on the leaver @
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DIY How to upgrade Suzuki Hayabusa clutch
Suzuki GSX1300R Manual
Posted on Oct 11, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Adjust Motorcycle Clutch Cable
Usually there are 2 adjustment points. One at the clutch lever, and one on the clutch pull on the crankcase. Follow the cable from the handlebars to the engine, there should be an adjust bolt or two. The adjustment at the handlebar lever is usually a screw with a thumbwheel lock nut. Depending on what you are trying to adjust, dictates which one you will use and in what direction it will go. If the clutch is slipping, use the thumbwheel adjuster. Loosen it, back the screw out 2-3 turns, tighten. and check you clutch. if this one is all the way out, go to the crankcase, loosen the bolt on the richt side of the bracket first, then loosen the left one, one turn at a time, checing the clutch. once it's where you want it. tighten the right bolt only. You can do this with a set of open end or box wrenches. An adjustable wrench works in a pinch.
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
SOURCE: clutch adjustment
There are to different adjustments you can make. The most common adjustment made is on the clutch cable under the rubber boot real easy to figure out once you slide the boot off. The second is at your ramp and ball. I don't ride a RK so I don't know the exact method, but if you stop by your local library they might have a manuel that explains it in detail. My library does.
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
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