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    Clutch lever adjuster screw pushrod

    Afternoon...

    So... I am still fighting with the engine dying when pulling the clutch in issue.

    One of the steps is to make sure that the clutch disengages fully (which I think that it doesn't)

    Adjusting on the lever worked to a degree, as I think that the clutch works better now and the bike's engine doesn't die every time when repeating the scenario.
    Downside - I run out of adjustment space and the lever is miles away from my fingers.

    I wanted to adjust the pushrod but that is stuck for good.
    Little screw holding the rod was corroded and it rounded of at the first attempt of losing it out.

    I need to get a new pushrod for the lever.

    Anyone knows where to get one?

    Ordering one from Germany for over 20 seems like a silly idea, it's just a glorified screw...
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/CLUTCH-LE...oAAOSwXkNaUAJe

    Thanks as always.

    K.

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    Aprilia performance in tamworth.

    Griff sels em.

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    Thanks for the tip Northern Phil, but unfortunately the one that they sell doesn't have the "flat bit" which presses the clutch sensor switch:
    https://www.apriliaperformance.co.uk...-rsv-98-0.html

    The eBay one does.

    I guess that I will have to go with it unless anyone has any other suggestions?

    K.

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    There are several Moto Guzzi models with the same master cylinder with clutch switch. Norge, Breva, Griso?
    2002 Capo Wilbers rear shock, Wilbers front progressive springs, Metal fuel connectors, polaris sh775 series regulator direct wired, silicone vacuum lines, catfish map, CNC clutch slave, autoelectrics coils (2)sides, Triumph Denso 3990's centers, k&n air filter, all LED lighting, SS brake and clutch lines, Givi tall screen, Triumph tiger 955i mirrors, dual horns. Pure copper 4 gauge battery cables. Rox risers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krystian View Post
    Thanks for the tip Northern Phil, but unfortunately the one that they sell doesn't have the "flat bit" which presses the clutch sensor switch:
    https://www.apriliaperformance.co.uk...-rsv-98-0.html

    The eBay one does.

    I guess that I will have to go with it unless anyone has any other suggestions?

    K.
    How often do you start the bike in gear though? You could always buy the one off Griff and link the clutch switch together?

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    I went with the eBay option, sorry but not a big fan of removing safety features for the sake of it - I found it that it will always catch up with you at the least expected moment

    It was delivered very quickly from Germany and it is well made, in case someone else needs to buy one.

    Also - adjusting the clutch pull fixed my low revs issue! (separate thread).

    Thanks for all the advice.

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