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ASV Clutch Lever Question

I just installed both of my ASV shorty levers with ease. I have not had time to ride the bike yet, but I did sit in the parking lot and cycle through gears to make sure it worked. What I noticed was it seemed like when I shifted from neutral into first the bike shifted harder and moved forward a LITTLE. I am not sure if this is how it was before or since I just installed a new lever I am thinking it wasn't there.

I have fiddled with the adjustment near the lever backing it all the way out and tightening it all the way in and it does it either way. Any suggestions on where it should be?

Is this normal or am I just imagining things? I wasn't sure if it could be caused from the clutch not disengaging all the way.
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It's normal.
Thank you. I had my buddy check it out that has an '09 as well and he thought it was fine. It's funny whenever you do something different you try to find things that may or may not have been there.
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I know exactly what you mean. Lol

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The fine adjustments will allow you to bring the shifting point to a much more desired setting if required.

While too close to friction point will make it easier to take off from a standstill, it will make shifting more notchy, it can even make engaging N harder if it's too close. The further it is to the friction point, more effort is required to take off but shifting is more smooth.

You need to find the "balance" that will suit your riding style. That is the beauty of the fine adjustments.
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That clunk is normal. It's the counter shaft in the gearbox coming to a sudden halt.
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