I recently moved to the city and decided I would need a little more pop off the line. I drained my fluid, removed my clutch, added two stiffy kickstand springs to my stock 2 shoe puch e50 clutch two turns in from flush, reassembled, and refilled with 0-20w instead of my typical type f.
Maybe there is something incredibly simple to this that I've overlooked or maybe I just need to keep playing with the springs? but now the clutch is very hard to engage, even adjusted as tight/high as possible and my bike will only begin/attempt to run when it is engaged.
Bike was running well prior, sans comfortable Boston stop and go drive acceleration for my 6'5'' frame. E50 maxi, 70 airsal, hi head, proma circuit pipe, dell 19, timed well, gasketed well. It acts like it really wants to fire up and will do so for maybe 3-5 loud seconds, but as soon as I let go off the tight tension on my clutch lever, its gone. What am I missing?