Which ez pull clutch lever is best???



7 replies to this topic
  • Jimmy_K

Posted October 20, 2001 - 08:35 AM

#1

I am looking for a new cluth lever . I want a ez pull. I have seen two that I am cosidering, MSR and Magnum. Has anyone tried these? I diffinaty like the looks of the magnum better but have not tried one, I also like the fact that the Mag has ez adjust as well as pull. I dont know about theMSR.

  • SUnruh

Posted October 20, 2001 - 10:07 AM

#2

i have used a MSR Raptor (shorty lever) for 3 years now on 2 different bikes ('98yz250, '01yz250f). i think about 8 people have bought a Raptor after trying it on my bike. it works awesome and really reduces left arm pump.

my next project is to drill out the soft brass sleave and find a small needle bearing to replace it with. that would be the ultimate (ok, with a built in de-comp would be).

  • MX_Tuner

Posted October 20, 2001 - 12:57 PM

#3

I like the Yamaha accessory lever assembly. It has the TT350 lever or whatever the heck everyone was switching to. With this lever, and a properly lubed cable, lever pull is significantly reduced without reducing the amount of clutch release.

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  • Mr_Toyz

Posted October 20, 2001 - 02:37 PM

#4

Raptor works well as long as you can find one that doesn't break while you are installing it. Posted Image

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  • candlkirk

Posted October 21, 2001 - 03:48 PM

#5

I know where there is something just like what you want. You need to call Honda of Tulsa in Tulsa, OK. They sell a clutch lever called a RTC. It takes a Honda clutch Purch so dont buy the purch Just the lever. It is the best I have ever seen. You will not be dissapointed. You can buy a Honda purch anywhere for a lot less than they want. I run this lever on everything I ride.

  • candlkirk

Posted October 21, 2001 - 03:48 PM

#6

I know where there is something just like what you want. You need to call Honda of Tulsa in Tulsa, OK. They sell a clutch lever called a RTC. It takes a Honda clutch Purch so dont buy the purch Just the lever. It is the best I have ever seen. You will not be dissapointed. You can buy a Honda purch anywhere for a lot less than they want. I run this lever on everything I ride.

  • ftw808

Posted October 21, 2001 - 07:00 PM

#7

Copied from July 1999 Motocross Action magazine (MXA)
"Team Yamaha riders use the clutch lever and perch from a Yamaha TZ250 road racer, but you can get similar easy-pull clutch action by switching from the stock YZ400 clutch lever to the $12 lever off of a Yamaha Banshee or XT550 street bike. The part number is (#3FY-83912-0100)."


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  • luvmythumper

Posted October 24, 2001 - 03:54 AM

#8

Can the lever(yamaha replacement) be used on a 2001 426? I bought the part number described, but it did not fit the stock perch. It was too narrow where it fits into the perch. Do I need to buy a new perch also?





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