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03-18-2012 09:38 AM
Mary John hearty congratulations friend for new bike.. also give me some suggestions about new bike..
06-27-2010 05:24 PM
bigboi600 sup yall? what kind of bike u gettin?
01-08-2010 06:02 AM
lilisasiwal Congratulation for the bike. This weekend i am buying my first bike too. Really excited for this.
09-21-2009 03:04 PM
KarSung Not very familiar with ZX750 but there is a adjuster by the top level and also by the engine where clutch cable connects to...try adjusting the top first if still not disengaging then try the bottom....also check inside the cable on top then bottom.....probably need a new cable.

Good luck!

09-14-2009 02:27 PM
636Sinner Congrats on a cool bike. Too much oil is a bad thing so id drain some of that. But i think your clutch isnt disengaging right or something. Maybe try messing with the clutch cable adjuster right near the lever. Im no mechanic by any means though but thought id try to help. You should have an adjuster near the lever.
09-13-2009 11:22 PM
first bike

ok so i got a 93 zx750
and the other day i noticed the bike was pulling while the clutch was pulled all the way in so i took it out for a ride and the pulled in to a gas station and the bike just stopped running had to push start it to get it running got it home and noticed that it had way way to much oil in it could this bee the reason the bike is not shifting for shit and i am having the problem with the bike pulling if any one can help i would appreciate the help

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