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So I just replaced the clutch on my 89 cr250 because the old one slipped like mad. So after I drained the oil I took out the old plates and springs and replaced the old clutch with a new ebc kit. I put 10w-40 wet clutch oil in and I noticed the clutch lever was very firm. I started the bike up and immediately after I shift into first the bike dies. I tried to adjust the clutch cable and it still stalls when I put it first. If I roll it down a hill and put it I'm first I can ride it and it won't slip but I can't seem to disengage the clutch at all. Any ideas? Like the clutch is always engaged it seems

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So I just replaced the clutch on my 89 cr250 because the old one slipped like mad. So after I drained the oil I took out the old plates and springs and replaced the old clutch with a new ebc kit. I put 10w-40 wet clutch oil in and I noticed the clutch lever was very firm. I started the bike up and immediately after I shift into first the bike dies. I tried to adjust the clutch cable and it still stalls when I put it first. If I roll it down a hill and put it I'm first I can ride it and it won't slip but I can't seem to disengage the clutch at all. Any ideas? Like the clutch is always engaged it seems

Did you soak the plates in oil overnight?

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Yeah I replaced the springs and they seemed a little too powerful. Should I loosen them up a little?

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Yeah I replaced the springs and they seemed a little too powerful. Should I loosen them up a little?

I don't know how I would go about that, try getting a lever that would have less of a tough pull, I always get longer levers and move them more towards the inside of the bars to give me good leverage haha

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