Clutch and Handlebars adjustment

Clutch adjustment

This model has two clutch cable length adjusters. The cable length adjusters are used to take up slack from cable stretch and to provide sufficient free play for proper clutch operation. Normally, once the clutch cable length adjuster (crankcase) is properly set; the only adjustment required is maintenance of free play at the clutch cable length adjuster (handlebar lever).

1.      Loosen either the handlebar lever adjuster lock nut or the cable length adjuster lock nut.

2.      Turn the cable length adjuster either in or out until proper lever free play is achieved.

Clutch lever free play: 2 —3 mm (0.08 —0.12 in)

1. Lock nut 2. Adjuster

1. Lock nut 2. Adjuster a. 2 - 3 mm (008 — 0.12 in)

Handlebars adjustment

1. Vertical adjustment

Five-stage adjustment is possible. a. Remove the cap and loosen the grip bar installation bolt.

1. Grip bar bolt

b. Loosen the grip bar and turn and align the adjusting collar either clockwise or counterclockwise. To adjust turn the collar counterclockwise to raise the grip ban turn the collar clockwise to lower the gip bar. (The red mark indicates the standard position.)

NOTE: Check to see that the projection on the handlebar fits a notch in the collar.

2. Horizontal adjustment

Four-stage adjustment is possible. a. Remove the cap and loosen the handlebar installation bolt.

1. Handlebar bolt

b. Loosen the handlebar and turn and align the adjusting collar either clockwise or counterclockwise. To adjust, turn the collar counterclockwise to move the handlebar inward, turn the collar clockwise to move the handlebar outward. (The red make indicates the standard position.)

NOTE: Check to see that the projection on the handlebar fits a notch in the collar.