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Clutch been staying engaged and have been adjusting cable to get clutch to disengage now have run out of adjustment and clutch stays engaged.
Clutch or cable?
 

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Staying engaged all the time? Or hard shifts out of first? Into and out of other gears? More information is required to really help you.

@krashDH has a nice write up and fix for an issue he had with his clutch. Read it here =>
 

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Stays engaged. Put in 1st and let off clutch and it sits there running but won't move. Like it stays in neutral but could adjust cable and would work good a few days then do it again. Now out of adjustment.
 

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Sounds like it isn't engaged, not that it stays engaged. If it was engaged, bike would move.
 
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I changed the cultch... I used a Barnett clutch and use the honda 10/30 oil not the 10/40 .. in the cold weather the heavy oil is to thick.. I have heard of people drilling some ectra holes in the clutch basket...
only takes about an hour- hour and a half to change it out the clutch couldnt get over how easy it was...
I only use the 10/40 in the summer like in july and august (i live in florida and rode everyday for 2 years till last christmas).. after the change ran better than new..
 

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I changed the cultch... I used a Barnett clutch and use the honda 10/30 oil not the 10/40 .. in the cold weather the heavy oil is to thick.. I have heard of people drilling some ectra holes in the clutch basket...
only takes about an hour- hour and a half to change it out the clutch couldnt get over how easy it was...
I only use the 10/40 in the summer like in july and august (i live in florida and rode everyday for 2 years till last christmas).. after the change ran better than new..
You do understand how weighted oil works correct?

There is no difference between 10 30 and 10 40 at cold temps. Please do not mislead people.
 

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You do understand how weighted oil works correct?

There is no difference between 10 30 and 10 40 at cold temps. Please do not mislead people.
dont even know how to answer this..... full disclosure I am a boat mechanic and have been in since the 90s... so do I know how oil works? YES I DO and they are not the same...
 

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Yes, the bike does use engine oil in the transmission/clutch. Fairly common in modern motorcycles. The hot and cold temperatures that you may operate in are the entire point of multi weight oils. Just so you don't have to change from one weight in the winter to another in the summer.
 
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Yes, the bike does use engine oil in the transmission/clutch. Fairly common in modern motorcycles. The hot and cold temperatures that you may operate in are the entire point of multi weight oils. Just so you don't have to change from one weight in the winter to another in the summer.
YUP!!
 
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