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Old 12-05-2012, 01:45 PM   #1
luisem_2007
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Arrow 2011 750 clutchless :(

Greetings to all

I purchased my gixxer 750 five months ago, still has around
1500 miles on it. I was involved in a hit nd run accident two months ago.
Nothing major but did round up the cost close to 5k including the custom paint job. I took it to the dealership here in my hometown for the wreck estimate.
The bike is still drivable with only cosmetic damage to it or so i thought,
after picking my bike up four days ago i did notice my clutch lever harder than
usual. Today i notice the clutch was slipping, i just could not beleive what was
going on. Brand new bike with clutch burnt already. This is my third 750, so i know for a fact I was not me the one to blame. I dont even use it muchless abuse my gixxer. So my question is has any one had or heard of a similiar issue. Would the accident cause the clutch to fail, or maybe a sensor. Totally dissapointed, totally confused nd totally clutchless!
please HELP!!!!! Any kind of info will greatly be APPRECIATED.

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Old 12-08-2012, 06:50 PM   #2
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Re: 2011 750 clutchless :(

If you had to replace the clipons and went with aftermarket ones, check to see if you need to move it back up twards the fork a little, just went through this on mine today!
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Old 12-09-2012, 08:42 AM   #3
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Re: 2011 750 clutchless :(

Could be as simple as a clutch lever adjustment behind the maintenance cover on right side of your bike.

I had a K7 that I once thought the clutch was out, but turns out it was not adjusted properly. After the adjustment, it was as good as new.
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