Hi, After searching through the various clutch threads I couldn't find one with the symptoms I'm experiencing. My bike had a service the other day and since then my clutch has been giving me griefs. Bike is a 1991 Suzuki Across, ~30k kms on it. The friction point was way out at the end of the lever (fully released) when I got it back from the mechanic, so I decided to adjust the lever with the adjuster knob a little clockwise, seemed to work bring the friction point closer to the bars. When riding I noticed a loose screw being turned by the wind on the clutch, (Was like o sh*t) I pulled over and realised it was the screw that holds the lever to the bars, the pivot point bit, I tightened it hand tight and went straight home. Now the problem, I go to ride my bike just now and I find the clutch doesn't seem to be letting go. I adjusted the knob on the bars to move the friction point and nothing, then I adjusted it all the way in and out both ways to try and get the friction point out but it's still to close to the bars. When in neutral the bike wheels freely, in 1st with no clutch on it is as normal (can't move it), but when in 1st with clutch fully in there is friction but can make it move with a little force but the bike doesn't wheel freely, I can still take off fine but fear it may be wearing on the clutch. Another thing is that when in 1st with full clutch and I wheel it there is a popping noise coming from the engine, sounds like pistons going up and down, this shouldn't be happening with the clutch in right? This noise can also be heard in neutral and wheeling, (May be my imagination though.) Any thoughts and solutions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks Wilson.