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Are we talking about that small aluminum lever that is attached to the clutch cover?
I can move that freely from where it rests against the clutch cover, all the way up to where it stops, about 1-2 inches like you mentioned, but it stops there.
And where it "stops" is where the clutch actually starts disengaging. Tighten the clutch cable so that it starts at that point, then pull the hand clutch lever.
So Laminar, if the lever sat in the spot I have it in the second photo, then the cable would be to loose, I do have drag bars on my bike now, I guess I can't use the stock clutch cable maybe it is to long now?
I can't tell from your pics, but it looks like you might have lower bars than stock. Is that the case? If so that might be why you have extra slack giving you routing probs. Both of my 550s have a little clamp that goes under the outboard screw on the breather cover. Ron what manual are you looking at for reference?
I do have drag bars on my bike now
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