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21 N400, USB, Air delete, full exhaust,Hi flow filter/snorkel delete, Clutch springs
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I’m willing to offer what I feel is a really good deal for someone at $5000 for a basically brand new bike…especially with the fees and markups most dealers are charging right now.

1200 miles, not a scratch on it and as close to like new as you can get. First maintenance done at 600 miles. I really like the bike, but I have another bike and I’m not riding it as much as I thought I would, and my wife and I would like to get a cruiser or tourer that she can comfortably ride on the back of for weekend trips.
-bought new in May, paid 6500 out the door with all fees
-all original parts will be included with the bike.
-USB charger/voltmeter
-Delkevic full exhaust
-TST industries pair delete
-High flow air filter
-Barnett HD clutch springs
-clutch return spring mod
-smoked windscreen
-adjustable levers
-lowered clip ons sit about 1.5” lower and forward of stock handlebar position
-fender delete
-stem mount phone holder
-tank pad and tank side grips
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Which springs? The cable return spring or the actual clutch springs? The return spring was a diy project with parts I had laying around the shop. The HD clutch springs were ordered on Amazon.
 

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Sorry, I meant the cable return spring.

When I push the clutch lever that is on the engine with my hand, I notice that there is still a little space for the lever to move to its limit. I imagine when a spring is added, the same way you did, it helps the lever to return to the correct position.
But I'm not sure if that alone will help solve the slipping clutch problem.

Thanks for share!
 
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