How to Adjust the Clutch on a Loncin 110cc Dirt Bikeby Tyson Simmons
Smaller dirt bikes are a great way for young riders or new riders to learn how to correctly operate and have fun on a motorcycle. A common problem with most smaller motorcycles is that the stock clutch adjustment makes the clutch hard to pull. However, if you need to adjust the clutch on a Loncin 110cc dirt bike, the process is simple and requires no tools. The job should take about five minutes to complete.
Lift your Loncin dirt bike onto a motorcycle center stand or prop it on its triangle stand.
Diagnose whether the clutch needs to be loosened or tightened. Pull it all the way several times and decide how it needs adjusted.
Loosen the inner lock-nut on the lever end of the clutch cable. Twist the nut counterclockwise as far as possible.
Twist the cable adjuster clockwise to tighten the lever and counterclockwise to loosen. Do this only several twists at a time, then pull the lever to test your adjustment.
Tighten the lock-nut when you are satisfied with the lever's adjustment.
- Go for a ride after you adjust the lever. If it still feels uncomfortable, adjust it again.
Things You'll Need
- Motorcycle center stand or triangle stand
- Always be aware of pinch points when working around motorcycle parts.
Tyson Simmons started writing professionally in 2005 and has worked for multiple media firms and publications, including "EQ Automotive" and various websites. He mainly covers the automotive and technical fields. Simmons has an English writing certification from Uintah Basin Applied Technology College and is also A+ computer repair certified. He is pursuing a Bachelor of Science in English writing at Utah State University.