Join Date: Apr 2015
Location: Royse City, Texas
Loosen the cable adjustment until the lever almost hits the grips. Now back of the jam nut on the clutch pack adjustment. Now use the allen wrench and loosen the adjustment shaft a half a turn, now as you turn it back tight, work the clutch lever a little making sure the clutch plates and ramp and ball are settled in. Now, run the rod until it touches solid and go back and forth a couple of times seating everything in. Next run it in until it barely moves the clutch plates and back off a 1/4 turn. While holding it, tighten the jam nut. Now adjust the cable until when you work the lever, and when you release the lever, tug on the clutch cable. When it is set correctly, you should be able to get about a dimes width between the clutch ferrel and the lever housing. Lock the adjustment down and you are set.
EDIT: If you are not running primary specific oil like Bel-Ray or Redline, drain the oil and change it to one of these. If the clutch plates are good, this should fix you up.
2016 RGS Black Quartz