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I wrote about a month ago that my gears were getting louder as I shifted. I changed to a high quality Castrol motorcycle oil, the clutch feels good, no slippage at any speeds. But every gear I shift up on is getting a louder click, hit, or whatever you want to call it. I changed the clutch fluid and it grabs just right like it did before I changed the fluid. At first I thought it was the possibilty of putting in Rotella energy saver but now I doubt it. With no clutch adjustment how do I know if the lever is pulling the clutches in all the way. I'm baffled, the gear change noise is getting louder (to me) What the heck should I look for to find out if there is a problem? Any help on this one is extremely appreciated.

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hi Al when you say click i take it its the clunk in the gear change check the clutch lever were it makes contact with the piston in the master cylinder also remove the pin holding the lever and see if the hole is gone ovel or bigger than the pin its self
 
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