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Quote from: Madruss on October 29, 2023, 10:28:21 AMMore information I was unaware of until now.Just repeating what I've read here and elsewhere. After I replaced my sprag in the spring, I'm doing everything I can to prevent doing that job again! I never bothered pulling the clutch lever in, especially in neutral, but anything to make easier on the sprag.
Forgive me as my bike has been off the road for a couple of years & hopefully returning to the road shortly.
Quote from: gcloys on September 10, 2023, 07:08:32 PMAlways use the choke when cold, pull in clutch lever and keep in neutral when starting to prevent Sprag clutch failure. If it isn't starting 1st or 2nd push of the button, don't keep spinning as that's just hammering the Sprag. If the Sprag fails, it is an engine out repair. Pre 96 models had a hatch on top that simplifies the process.