How to Lower the Auto Clutch on Your Motorcycle

Have you ever experienced your motorcycle’s clutch feeling too high or too low? It can be a frustrating experience, especially if it’s affecting your ride. A clutch that’s too high can make it feel like the clutch is running out, causing your motorcycle to be lazy and unresponsive. Also leading to engine stalling or difficulty starting in cold conditions.

Lower the Auto Clutch on motorcycle

Adjusting the auto clutch on your motorcycle

On the other hand, a clutch that’s too low can make it difficult to shift gears. Fortunately, adjusting the auto clutch on your motorcycle is a simple process that can be done with a few basic tools. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to lower the auto clutch on your motorcycle to ensure optimal performance on the road.

Tools You’ll Need:

  • Philip screwdriver
  • A flexible wrench of size 10mm

Steps to Lower the Auto Clutch:

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To adjust the auto clutch on your motorcycle, first locate the adjuster nut or screw, which is typically located on the side of the engine cover. Use a flexible wrench of size 10mm to loosen the lock nut and then use a Philip screwdriver to rotate the inside screw clockwise to raise the clutch or counterclockwise to lower the clutch.

Test the clutch height by engaging and disengaging the clutch lever and continue adjusting the screw until you achieve the desired height. Once you’re done, tighten the lock nut in place. Make sure to test the clutch height once more to ensure it’s at the desired level.

In Conclusion:

Lowering the auto clutch on your motorcycle can greatly improve your riding experience by ensuring optimal clutch performance on the road. By following the steps outlined in this tutorial, you can easily adjust the clutch height on your own and avoid the frustration of a poorly functioning clutch.

For a more detailed guide, be sure to check out our video tutorial on “How to Lower the Auto Clutch on Your Motorcycle,” embedded below.

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