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spongy clutch after front sprocket change

Old 08-08-2005, 11:10 PM
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are you pulling the lever in all the way when you bleed it?
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Old 08-09-2005, 06:36 AM
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Re: spongy clutch after front sprocket change

If it picks up closer to the grip now than before, sounds like you should bleed another time ...
Pulling the lever in and block it for one night could help (works for front brakes..)
Turn the bars for your clutch cylinder to "evacuate bubbles to the DOT tank"
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Re: spongy clutch after front sprocket change

Originally Posted by sckomar";p=&quot View Post
yep, I am just thinking I need to do a better job of bleeding them.

..... just remember to only pull the lever in half way or so when you are bleeding the clutch..... this sets when it will engage.
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Re: spongy clutch after front sprocket change

this sets when it will engage.
what does it mean ?
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