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post #21 of 34 (permalink) Old 12-08-2012, 11:36 AM Thread Starter
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I can't find anything about that in the manual all it has is the cable and the release mechanism. It says to pop a cover off the front sprocket cover and adjust the screw that's under it.

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I can't find anything about that in the manual all it has is the cable and the release mechanism. It says to pop a cover off the front sprocket cover and adjust the screw that's under it.
That's the 3rd adjustment, newer bikes have what Joe said.
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That's the 3rd adjustment, newer bikes have what Joe said.
Ahh. Ok thank you.
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...Huh.

Kevin, thank you for posting this question. I'd likely have found out the hard way about cold clutches one chilly morning. With my luck, I would have smeared my slick orange paint all over the side of our nice silver minivan.

You very likely have saved me from having to watch as my lovely wife collapses, paralyzed by laughter at my expense, in the front yard. If you find yourself in Kyrgyzstan in the next few weeks, send me a message and I'll buy you a beer.
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Hopefully I'll never be in Kyrgyzstan again :P I'll go adjust it a bit later after I wake up fully and see what the deal is
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Re: Rear wheel won't turn

follow the steps on 2-17 in the manual

Most bikes the pressure plate adjuster is on the right inside a plug in the clutch cover. Yours is on the left over the sprocket cover. Same principle though
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We must be looking at different books. My Haynes has it on 1-20/21

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Re: Rear wheel won't turn

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Hanes is garbage, but it may be ok in this instance. I cant see it

http://www.servicemanualsgsxr.com/su...ervice-manual/
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The photo bottom right of the first page (near the crease) is of a pressure plate being adjusted FYI.

I assume that manual covers more than one bike
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I like Haynes over the factory manual. Clearer pix and i like the color coded schematics...
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Did the adjustment. Didn't change a thing.
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Re: Rear wheel won't turn

Did you fix the r/r yet? If so take it for a ride and see if anything's out of the ordinary. If you're really that concerned, pull the plates and inspect both steel and fibers. Check if the basket is scored, proper torque on springs etc. If nothing jumps out at you, soak your fibers in oil overnight before reassembling.
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Not yet, I'll take it for a ride after I replace the r/r before I go tearing things apart should get the kit this week
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