Just wondering where other riders clutch lever is when the clutch actually starts to engage. I have a 13 crf450 and a 11 kx250f Both have hinson full clutches Both bikes seem to disengage at the very end of the lever releasing. I have been battling this on my 250f since I got it and recently my 450 as, I just got the bike. I am coming from a 2006 CF450 and the hinson clutch actually came from the 06 as Honda went back to the old design for 2013. when the clutch was on my 06 the clutch would engage when the lever was 1//2 out or less. I would like to get back to this point because my starts were better this way. Before someone chimes in and says adjust the clutch I have adjusted the clutch everyway possible - I do have free play at the clutch lever I have even put in smaller spacers behind the pressure plate that way the pressure plate will not disengage as much and reengage quicker right? I don't know what springs are being used they are spray painted blue ? not sure if these are stock or hinson's? would changing springs help my issue? the clutches do not slip when I am riding and I don't care about how hard the lever pulls in. Just trying to get the clutch to engage sooner when letting out the lever or is this not possible when running the hinson set up.