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Clutch question - April 15, 2009, 02:15 PM

Curious....


My clutch pull on both bikes is pretty stiff, one is actually downright tough.


Do they make a lever system with some kind of built-in actuated-type action? (that was a strange word selection)

Maybe like, a system within the lever assembly that significantly reduces clutch pull?


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Yes. Cable or juice?
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Yes. Cable or juice?

cable.


hyrdo conversion could be a pretty sweet little option though.





rob - fuck off. i'm thinking uber light pull, like featherweight 1-finger.


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There's no bad question but there are ones that make baby Steve McQueen cry.
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There's no bad question but there are ones that make baby Steve McQueen cry.

I'm thinking that this sort of application on a full-displacement street bike would be a not-so-good idea, with the lack of feel being of primary concern.


But for a pitbike, or maybe even MX bike, it seems logical.


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Used this on my Duke 2. So smooth and yummy.



I have a cable on my RD350. It uses an easy pull lever and perch.
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April 15, 2009, 02:31 PM

fuckin' beautiful!!

I knew it had to exist somewhere.

Thanks Ed, I appreciate it.


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April 15, 2009, 02:32 PM

Ed...on the Magura...what's the upper black lever for?


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Note clutch perch angle. I think the brand is TRX but either way it rules.

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Ed...on the Magura...what's the upper black lever for?
Decompression lever. The fit and finish on Magura stuff is nice. Take the price and divided it up by the number of times you use it. Hard to spend too much on controls in my opinion.
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Nah, that's cool man.

It's just for the pitbikes, so the Magura may be juuust a bit of overkill.


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