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So I got the bike back together but I can't figure out why I have no pressure/return at my clutch lever? I tried adjusting as far over on the splines as I could with no luck. Should I try adjusting at the perch itself??

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The lever on the spline shaft (the spline shaft is a cam) acts on a push rod.  If you can't get any release action, the shaft is not rotated into position or you have forgotten something in the pushrod/release bearing build up.  Take a look at a parts diagram.

 

Of the release cam will spin full circle, something is missing in the push rod assembly.

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It also could be you have the first 2 clutch plates in the wrong sequence and the judder spring and washer is hanging up not allowing the pressure plate to set all the way in place

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The clutch itself has not been pulled apart. I just had eddie rebuild the bottom end. I think I may just have the spline arm installed the wrong way?

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Correct, but I was assuming Eddie put it together correctly. I am hoping if I remove the spline and turn the push-rod coming out of the motor I will be in buisness. If not I guess the clutch is comin apart.

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Check to see if all the plates are in the right order.if you have two steels or fiber together your lever will be limp

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I am hoping if I remove the spline and turn the push-rod coming out of the motor I will be in business------Didn't you already do that, original post?

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I tried adjusting the clutch arm into different positions on the push rod that comes from the motor, but I did not try rotating the push rod by hand and then re-setting the splines on the arm. Does anyone have a picture of the angle of their "clutch arm"?

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I am hoping if I remove the spline and turn the push-rod coming out of the motor I will be in business------Didn't you already do that, original post?

 

 

 

I tried adjusting the clutch arm into different positions on the push rod that comes from the motor, but I did not try rotating the push rod by hand and then re-setting the splines on the arm. Does anyone have a picture of the angle of their "clutch arm"?

 

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you stated you have the magura clutch? Is it hard to install ?

Yes, but I did mine long before Magura had a master cylinder that worked with the DRZ switch cluster, or there newer slave cylinder design.

 

 Others installing the system have reported an easy install. 

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