TLDR: Which way should the clutch release lever spring function. Mine is wound so that the release lever arm is always resting on the clutch springs (no release lever slack). As in, I can spin it clockwise and it will spring back counterclockwise. This means I can never have "free play" at the lever arm. video below. This seems backwards? I have just under 2k miles on my 2020 790 R. Have installed the Camel 1 finger clutch but have not removed the clutch cover. I don't have the papers in front of me but I don't believe the dealer checked the oil jet during the first service, so not sure if the clutch cover has ever been removed. When re-watching the Camel install video and he spins the shaft counter clockwise and it springs back clockwise. Basically meaning that after the clutch pack springs have extended, the release lever can then spin farther to give slack at the release lever and not just at the handlebar. If the dealer took off the clutch cover, could they have installed the spring backwards?