Yeah, I’m another member where my 19 is super sticky. Gets worse when it warms up, and I have done evvvvveraythang. Cable lube, loosen cable nuts, slack and tension up cable at the lever, relube cable, hit the top of the push lever assembly with pb blaster, oiled up clutch lever... now it’s sticky, but in between those sticky points.... buttery smooth!Hi guys! I’m brand new to the forum and tw’s. I’ve always wanted one and bought new ‘19 model 2 weeks ago. Mine has 125 miles on it so far and I’ve noticed that if it sits cold for even a few hours often times I have to pull the clutch in and rock the bike to break the clutch plates loose before starting otherwise the bike will stall out whe I pull the clutch in and put it into first gear. I’ve never owned a new bike and wasn’t sure if this is normal or not. The clutch spring seems to be in the proper place and the free play is in spec. I’m using yamalube of that helps? Any thoughts?
I just replaced my handlebars, and now the clutch feels different, but I also rejetted carb so until i get the mix dialed in, I haven’t ridden it long enough to tell if the latent stickyness of the clutch is still there.
Will be interesting to see if it had something to do with stress on the cable or related parts.