There is no adjustment dial on the clutch. The one on the brake controls how close to the bar the lever comes to rest. I've got at least normal sized hands, and I run it as close as possible (don't remember if it's 1 or 5), and sometimes that doesn't feel close enough.Originally posted by NinjaRider
what is that adjustment knob on the front brake? i don't have one on my clutch, but what does it adjust? the distance from the handlebar, or the amount of force needed to pull the brake?
Try some gel handgrips, they don't transfer as much buzzing. Pro Grip makes some. I have em and they're much better than stock. Not all the aftermarket (including Pro Grip) grips are gel ones though, so look for those in particular. They're cheap too.Originally posted by Sandy Singles
On my 02 my wrist dont hurt, but i do find that my right hand falls asleep alot of the times..any suggestions? Sandy
Same here. Gotta ride more and get used to it. If your taking long trips take a break during gas stops or once an hour. As for seats run a search on CORBIN.Originally posted by zbaron
is it just me im new and my wrists and arms hurt when i get off my bike .does anyone go through this . or is it just me ?
also are there any aftermarket seats for our bikes one that does not push u forward as much.