When I bought my bike in March the guy told me changed the sprocket so it would run better in the higher gears - whatever - and although it runs fine I have adjusted the clutch so it catches in the proper position rather then where this guy had it set. It basically didn't catch until it was almost fully engaged.
Now that I have adjusted the clutch to its proper position, it would seem when I throttle up - to pass or accelerate quickly - the RPM's jump but the power doesn't match, so I get a rev of the engine and a slow increase in the speed.
I can't see the connection here, I understand it would seem, the clutch is slipping, but I can't see the benefit of loosening it off again. Unless the wear and tear on the gears from its previous position has caused slippage, can the adjustment to a proper position be more harmful at this point?