Hydraulic Clutchs- Are they worth it?



21 replies to this topic
  • Scott_in_KC

Posted April 25, 2002 - 02:21 AM

#21

At least try this before spending the money on your juice clutch...

http://photos.yahoo....h Lever&.view=t

Simply drill a second cable mount hole in the stock lever with a 21/64" bit, then deepen the cable cut-out area slightly. I does the exact same thing as adding the 5mm to the clutch are, Raptor lever, etc. But, it uses the stock lever, it's lighter than ANY hydro clutch I've touched. Seriously, 125 clutch feel. It's free! I was all over the Hebo as well until I did this, now it's not an issue. Of course the you still have to lube the cable and adjust, so you won't be curing any maintanence woes. Did I mention it's FREE?? :)

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  • BigLou

Posted April 25, 2002 - 03:44 AM

#22

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