Re: How tight should the clutch actuator be?
The cable can still be snug but not tight. I know that's sounds arbitrary but what we mean is that the cable can be snug enough to not have much if any slack but not so tight as to begian applying pressure to the clutch. I hope that makes sense. I like to have mine just tight enough to keep the cable from sagging between the clutch actuator arm and where it exits the cable housing at the engine standoff. I hope this answers your question.
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