This bike being a 2005, I don't know for sure, but I feel its used the same idle jet thus far and its the right one. I tried adjusting between 2.25 and 2.5 and had varying levels of success but I feel it somehow comes back to the original state. I could just not have the adjustment right, a vacuum leak, the wrong idle jet, or whatever. The bike warms up fine then when I turn the choke off it goes to a really low idle and when I lift my feet of the ground the bike likes to roll slightly forward. I just bled the clutch and put a new slave cylinder in, but the clutch still seems to be grabbing more than I'd like or at least it seems to
I don't believe my bike has a top chain guide roller. I've looked for it on my bike as a replacement and I can't seem to find it on my bike, bikes in pictures, or in replacement catalogs. I think the chain slap is a result of there being too much slack, but I'm not 100% sure. I should probably replace the chain guide near the front sprocket anyways. The chain can reach the sub-frame bolt and it is worn heavily and it's a new bolt because I had to replace it to put the pro moto billet kickstand on there. Would tightening the chain solve that?
I guess I can just pass by the counter shaft drive seal for now.
I've read some and I think it could be warped clutch plates that's pulling the idle down to really low levels.
Last edited by nathanslocum; 09-28-2016 at 11:46 PM.
Reason: Read about clutch plates