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  • Numpsy

Posted December 28, 2000 - 02:42 AM

#1

My dear friend,
I now that You ones thought about getting Yourself a Magura clutch.
Well....... Have you done this yet?
I only wanted to warn You to make sure You get the -00 model with the aluminium cap (at the slave-cylinder head and not the plastic version.

  • oweel

Posted December 28, 2000 - 10:13 PM

#2

He Numpsy,

Did you have one, if so did the cable of the decompression lever fit?
Mine didn't and I have to "make" a cable that fits. Its a pity that it didn't fit right out of the box.
Right now I am using the stock decompression lever.

Oweel

  • Boit

Posted December 28, 2000 - 02:14 PM

#3

Hey Numpsy: I haven't bought the hydraulic clutch conversion as of yet but it's the next up grade item that goes on the bike. I've spent so much lately that I thought I had better cool it til after Christmas. Thanks for the tip. I really appreciate that... :)

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  • Numpsy

Posted January 02, 2001 - 12:18 AM

#4

Oweel,
The stock decomp. cable did not fit You say?!?
I had my bike stripped to pieces when I replaced the stock lever with the Magura.
I may have altered the way the cable was drawn, but it fits.
AND I think it is great to loose the x-tra lever from the bars!!!!!!!!!!


Allways keep in mind: The rev-limiter is there for a cause, USE IT!!!! Numpsy

  • Taffy

Posted January 02, 2001 - 02:23 AM

#5

i've got the magura juice clutch on my WR & it's a godsend! great.

but i also had trouble with the decomp lever reaching due to my high bars. at an enduro last year ('00) i stalled at the first left hander going into a wood. woz i popular or what!!!

anyway i got over it by slackening the cable right off. there is still enough leverage to decomp the engine, i also carefully routed the cable so that it got the shortest run.

by the way if you ever break the clamp KTM keep them in stock in black.

Taffy

  • Boit

Posted January 02, 2001 - 08:24 PM

#6

What's going on with the decompression cable fit? Does the Magura installation demand that the cable be rerouted? I still have the stock clutch setup but I DID move the decomp.lever to above the clutch perch to avoid banging my knee on it in a corner.

  • Numpsy

Posted January 02, 2001 - 10:23 PM

#7

No need to worry Boit.
It is a simple job to perform and the gain is great.
It is a much better sollution to have the decomp. lever mounted on the clutch lever.
You have to loosen Your left cooler anyhow to get the cable replaced by the oil-line, so the decomp. cable rerouting is no hard work..........

Numpsy





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