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One light Clutch? Looks good.....

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Who is going to be the first to try it ?

 

Ah, ya screwed up! You spoke first, so now it's on you.

 

We expect a ride report by January 30th. 

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Ah, ya screwed up! You spoke first, so now it's on you.

 

We expect a ride report by January 30th.

LOL !!! Unfortunately I don't live in the sunshine belt. We have this stuff called snow.

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LOL !!! Unfortunately I don't live in the sunshine belt. We have this stuff called snow.

 

Pffft.   Snow, schmo. Get to work.

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save the cash and buy the moose racing ultimate clutch lever.

 

The moose ones don't come close to the 50% easier pull they claim but you do feel a noticeable difference. The other down side is they are made cheap and break easily on tip overs (I've broke 2). But then again you can buy quit replacements for $500.

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Yeah, I just don't get why the need for a lighter clutch pull is so prevalent. 

 

Ride more, or do some hand exercises, and it's a non-issue.

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Yeah, I just don't get why the need for a lighter clutch pull is so prevalent. 

 

Ride more, or do some hand exercises, and it's a non-issue.

 

 

Just when I thought well maybe, it's just too buttugly. Yup ride more :ride:

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Yeah, I just don't get why the need for a lighter clutch pull is so prevalent. 

 

Ride more, or do some hand exercises, and it's a non-issue.

I used to feel like that too....... Until I thought about much better revalved suspension is, e start, taller softer seats, stabilizers, Rekluse , free flowing exhaust pipes, Bib Mousse, Flexx Bars etc......all things we don't need right? We can do w/o all that stuff....

Now I feel different. I don't need a lighter pull for the clutch, but if one is available for a reasonable price, I would like one.

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But does a lighter clutch pull also come with good modulation?

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That is why I don't like the Raptor MSR perch or Moose EZ Pull or drilling holes in the lever. I don't think messing with the ratio and the engagement rate is good.

Hence trying the 250F springs or this One Light Pull thingy.

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That is why I don't like the Raptor MSR perch or Moose EZ Pull or drilling holes in the lever. I don't think messing with the ratio and the engagement rate is good.

 

 

Going out on a limb but my guess is that they figured a way to keep the ratio the same with easier pull or they could have built a cheaper product like the Moose/MSR.

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It's not a problem on fast trails but gets to be a big problem when riding rabbit trails in pine thickets all day long.

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Swapping half your springs out for springs from a WR 250 is supposed to work pretty well. I'm gonna try it next summer. In the really tight stuff it does matter. for sure.

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I took 3 springs from a 250 and put them in (in a triangle pattern) and left 3 stock springs in place....like butter

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I took 3 springs from a 250 and put them in (in a triangle pattern) and left 3 stock springs in place....like butter

yeah exactly.

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