I have a 2007 cbr600rr, bone stock with 7500 KM. I recently purchased the bike with little experience in 600rr's. I was having the shift to neutral, clunk to first but I found this thread... https://www.600rr.net/vb/showthread.php?t=283198&highlight=engage&page=2
and I understand what I was doing wrong.
Anyways, my clutch was releasing late on the lever, which I know is completely adjustable and 100% personal preference. My question is, after adjusting my clutch lever, to engage at the mid to 3/4 mark, is this enough to fully ENGAGE and fully DISENGAGE the clutch. Here are the pics.
Full Engage (0 slack in lever)
Full Disengage (Lever tight to bar)
The reason I ask this, is because when in neutral, with a small amount of slack in the lever, there is a faint vibration in the whole bike - as opposed to no vibration with the clutch lever squeezed approximately 1/8".
I can take this vibration out of the bike all together by putting more strain on the cable, at the lever(threading out the adjuster), but this ultimately pulls the cable forward leaving me unsure if I am going to be fully engaged, as well as it leaves me with a 3/4 to late engagement.
BTW, both adjusters (lever and adjuster on clutch) are in the mid position at the moment. So there is lots of adjustment available.
Sorry if this isn't clear. I can get more pics/info/video if needed. Thanks for reading and troubleshooting in advance. Matt