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This morning my bike went down. Long story short, the end of my clutch lever busted off. How do I remove the lever?

Also, when I choke, my engine dies. Why is this happening?

Any help is appreciated. Thanks.
 

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BradPeart said:
okay, forget the lever removal, I got it. How much would a new lever run me?
$11.21, looking up the part on Ron Ayer's online parts fiche. Most dealers should stock that part.
 

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When you use the choke you are basically cutting off a majority of the airflow. YOu should only use partial choke long enough to start the bike (unless you dont need to) as the Owners Manual states. Once the bike starts the choke should be redused or completely turned off and you should blip the throtle a couple of times to clear the unbunt gass or you will foul oyur plugs. People often start having problems with their bike starting,,,90% of the time is is because of the plugs...et an extra set and soak them in white inegar overnight and the n blow them dry and you will have an extra set for the next time you need to change them out. YOur local dealer should have theclutch lever...but Beartooth has them at a discount...
 
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