To the best of my limited ability, yes. Well, initially I adjusted it according to the user manual, but I just pulled out the service manual to compare. Seems to be the same instructions. Though when I went back out today I decided to adjust it again... This time I ended up concluding that adjustment at the lever wasn't sufficient, and made an adjustment by the engine instead.Did you adjust it according to the service manual. When my bike was new it needed adjustment but only once.
I'm still not completely satisfied with it, but I think I have it set up comfortably for now. I wonder if I've gotten used to a maladjusted clutch lever all these years and now a properly adjusted one won't feel right.
I think the real problem is that my hands are small, and the stock levers are large. When I adjusted the cable to be what looked ideal it was nearly as tight as could be adjusted by the engine, but I found that I needed to release the lever too far (nearly to the reach of my fingers) to begin engaging the clutch. Perhaps if I bought some shorty levers it would work that way, but I wasn't comfortable leaving it like that with the stock levers. So I adjusted it back again.
Part of the problem is that I'm being pedantic and trying to get the lever to always be pulled all the way out again. I've found over the last several years that if I release the lever smoothly enough it will sort of float a few millimeters from resting position, and I have to push it out with my fingers to get it all the way out. I was hoping to adjust is so that no matter how gently I release the clutch it always pulls the lever all the way out. It seems I'm running into issues achieving that while also having a comfortable lever.
Maybe later today I'll try to take a video of its setup so you guys can yell at me if I did it wrong.