The last time I went riding I noticed that when I would shift from neutral to first after starting the bike with the clutch completely pulled in it would make a banging noise and lurch forward a lot more than normal. I used the quick adjuster to try and get rid of it, but it didn't work. Today I changed the oil and wanted to adjust the clutch cable to help get rid of that issue. Oil level is good; I'm using synthetic Rotella. I've messed with both the quick adjust and the other adjustment behind the front plate. I can't get the bike to roll in gear with the clutch pulled in at all. I've adjusted a few times and now when I start it, let it warm up, then shift into first there's a sheering noise. So, now I'm completely afraid of messing something up so I need help on how to adjust the clutch correctly. I have the manual, but it doesn't really give you a technique on how to get it right. I've never had to mess with a clutch before...they've always just worked. This is a 2009 and I bought it from the original owner and I'm 99% sure the clutch was never touched so it may just need replacing. What do you guys think? What's the best way to get the clutch to disengage easier with adjusting the cable? Which way should I turn each of the screws?