How to Clean the Clutch Jet


Removed and cleaned mine last night. Maybe never been done in over 30k miles. Clutch felt much better cold this morning, and better overall than it has in awhile. Fairly easy procedure (<20 minutes).

S/B done every 15,000 km

Cap and oil jet are hiding behind the c/s sprocket cover.

Sprocket cover, case guard, and clutch slave cyl out of the way.
Ready to remove oil jet cap.

Hi-tech oil jet removal tool.
Jet came out easily, maybe cause the engine was hot.

The clutch oil jet.

Jet seemed to be clogged with mud. Couldn't see any light thru it until poked with a toothbrush brisstle and blown out with carb cleaner

(ed. ADVrider Thread)

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