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anyone stuck one of these bitches on their 10r yet? if so, how did it work out?

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is it some type of new lever. havn't heard of it before.

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is it some type of new lever. havn't heard of it before.

it is mainly used on dirt bikes...it hooks btw your clutch lever and cable...it changes the leverage ratio and makes the clutch lever easier to pull.

dont know of anyone using them on street bikes. i saw one at the dirt bike shop yesterday and it looked interesting.

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first time i seen them. my clutch isn't hard to pull in. it would be nice to hyd clutch.

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first time i seen them. my clutch isn't hard to pull in. it would be nice to hyd clutch.
mine isnt hard either, but i was thinking it would make it easy to single finger it so i could keep the others on the bar...and was thinking it might make disengagement a fraction faster for speed shifting.

never tried one though, so i really dont know how they would work out.

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if it makes it easier to pull the clutch in by changing the ratio, it will take a longer pull to accomplish the same amount of work, so any advantage you gain by having less resistance will be offset. Once you factor in friction and resistance from the unit, you will actually end up losing.
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I've seen this before on old spanish bikes which clutches were hard to push. It's a simple lever mechanism inside, and can be adapted to any bike...

You can also make your clutch "softer" enlarging the clutch lever on the clutch cover, I've seen it and it really works!

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The easy pull is an old four stroke dirt bike trick when clutch material was junk and heavy spring pressure was needed. I installed one on my wife's gixxer (sorry for the horrible language) cuz she's a girl and is weak. I had to make a custom cable for it because they are designed to be mounted at the perch and on a sportbike there isn't enough room, plus it's ugly. Any way it does make the pull lighter, but you need more travel at the lever for full engagement/disengagement of the clutch. ie. if you don't pull the lever to the bar you'll be shifting under drag.
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