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    • #56318
      Jeremy Corkran
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      Hi guys,

      I have an issue with my clutch stall being set too low. In trying to dial in the idle to 1400rpm for my honda 390, it starts activating the clutch. However, the clutch doesn’t seem to have the typical setup with the four adjusment bolts. Can anyone identify the clutch?

       

       

    • #56319
      TJ Koyen
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      Post a picture and maybe someone can help.

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    • #56321
      Jeremy Corkran
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      I’m at a loss. I loaded it on Flickr and copied the share address into the picture popup, yet all I get is an image marker, no image. What magic do I have to work?

    • #56323
      TJ Koyen
      Moderator

      Not sure what picture pop-up you’re referring to, but find the link to the photo on Flickr and paste it here in the reply box between the [i*mg][/img] tags, with the * removed.

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    • #56333
      Jeremy Corkran
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    • #56455
      Walt Gifford
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      Looks like a shoe clutch with a spring and a worn out gear. You need a stronger spring to get a higher rpm engagement.

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    • #56460
      Jeremy Corkran
      Participant

      Thank you, Walt. I had a feeling it wasn’t going to be a simple adjustment.

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