I have a 2005 250ex. This was before the change to the "sport clutch". Earlier today we started having issues with the engine wanting to die when you stopped. It would continue to pull like the clutch was engaged. Not fully but enough to start moving. So I checked the idle and it is ok. Next I checked the adjustment on the clutch itself. Out till resistance then in 1/4 turn. Just like I have done many times on other bikes. Still same issue. If you continue to turn counterclockwise after about 3/4 turn while running it finally disengages and idles back up to normal idle. But at that point it is adjusted too far out to ever engage like normal. Anyway... for some reason I decided to check the oil.... I do not service this bike by the way I rely on the rider to take care of it.... it was very low on oil. I filled the oil back up hopeing maybe somehow this might help. But no still same situation. I am not well versed on 4 wheeler clutches since honestly in all of the 4 wheelers I have had over the years I have never had to mess with one beyond adjusting the screw... I looked the setup of it up online and again it made it worse for me to understand since it looks as though it uses a system of two different parts to run the clutch. Every motorcycle i have had uses a single self contained unit. So needless to say I am at a loss on this one. I don't want to tear into it before I at least get some feedback on what it could be. Is it possible that something seized or galled up or whatever when it ran low on oil? Any help is appreciated.