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    Default Does the gen 2 fz1 have an adjustment down by the motor side?

    Just had my tank off, doesnt appear to have an adjustment on the engine side, is that correct?

    The only adjustment at the clutch perch up top?

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    You talking clutch adjustment ?? My 06 has an adjuster on the cable in line .. left side frame rail down the side of air box
    Cheers Delbert

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    Quote Originally Posted by delbert View Post
    You talking clutch adjustment ?? My 06 has an adjuster on the cable in line .. left side frame rail down the side of air box
    Yes sorry I figured it out lol

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