What clutch lever?


22 replies to this topic
  • BFox

Posted October 26, 2012 - 09:37 PM

#21

Yes its a big improvement over the stocker.But having taken it and the kids new Beta 350RR out for the day. Hmmmm.The Beta starts like a e start bike should [with a carb], clutch is like warm butter, tracks over all nasties and handles like its connected to my warm noodle and revs to the moon.

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  • L. Euler

Posted October 29, 2012 - 03:07 AM

#22

RSC on. Awesome fit and finish and feel. Only drawback is that I had to adjust cable and lever almost to the max for proper clutch disengagement.May contact them to see if they can whip up another adjustment screw with 1/4" more thread


You need to use the YZ cable. I put a Works Connection perch on my 03 and it does not compensate for the clutch switch that the stock WR perch has. In other words: same problem. The YZ cable has a shorter sheath.

  • BFox

Posted October 29, 2012 - 04:00 AM

#23

You need to use the YZ cable. I put a Works Connection perch on my 03 and it does not compensate for the clutch switch that the stock WR perch has. In other words: same problem. The YZ cable has a shorter sheath.

Emailed RSC and have to order a sleeve for $5




 
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