Hey Folks! So I just got given a 1971 Suzuki Titan with less than 6K miles and a stylish cafe racer face lift. It had been drained of fuel and left to sit for a year or two (covered) before it fell into my hands. I was told that the carbs had been rebuilt about two years ago and that it had received new plugs around the same time. After throwing in a fresh battery and kicking the hell out of it, I was unable to get it to start. I pulled the spark plugs and they were drenched so, after some interweb research, I drained the cylinders through the drain plugs, releasing about 1/2 cup out of each. 5 kicks later it fired into life and idled as happily as if it had only been two days -- rather than 2 years -- since last being run. My problem now is that when I kick it into 1st it jumps forward and stalls. I've read -- again on the interwebs -- that the clutch is most likely stiff from sitting for a while and that if I get at it I can free it up, oil moving parts (???), and it will be fine again. I don't have ANY experience with transmissions and I figured this sort of fix wouldn't be too bad. I'm good at blasting things with penetrant, wiggling them, lubricating them, and putting them back together. The only thing is, I don't know which side of the bike to open up first to get at the parts of the clutch that I need to free up. I have a pdf repair manual and the parts catalog so I know how things come apart and go together, I just don't know which side to start from. Also, what do I need to look out for so as to not screw anything up? Thanks guys! Here's a pic so that you know what I'm working with!