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Hi there, I apologize for the lack of correct terminology here, I'm not a mechanic.

I have a ZZR-400N (1994) which I know is not a common engine size overseas - I live in Japan where due to the licensing system 400s are common, but 600s are not.

Anyway, I'm having this terrible problem with the clutch dropping out of the bottom of the bike. The clutch cable goes down to the gear selector at the bottom of the engine block, and if the tension on the cable is too high the **** thing just drops down, causing loss of all tension in the clutch and making me unable to change gear. I can fix it by pulling it back and shoving upwards, but it would be much better if a permanent fix was found.

Have you guys heard of such a problem and how to rectify it? My mechanic can't seem to fix it. There must be some kind of clip or something holding it in which is missing, I would have thought.

Thanks in advance for your help.

David
 

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if you have seen it apart, you can look on some parts fiche to see if there is any missing parts.

I'd find a better mechanic. ;)

if it's like our kz750, I'll find out tomorrow how it goes.
 
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