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Anybody using a hydraulic clutch?

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I've been considering getting a hydraulic clutch for my 98'WR to lightten up the clutch pull. Are they worth the money? Do they give a noticable difference in clutch pull? Any other suggestions on how to lighten up the clutch pull?

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Do a search on "Hebo".....there are several posts about this Juice clutch. I put one on and love it! Spent about $150 as I recall, and mine is now a one finger clutch. Very Nice. Magura makes a very nice unit that is more money, but has a built in compression release lever.

It is not the best $150 I've spent on this bike - but I'd do it again in a heart beat!

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My Hebo has a lighter pull than stock, but I lost tons of bar space, plus the rubber seal on the adjuster tore the first day out. I've heard that Magura makes a hyd. clutch with a compression release mount, which would help the bar space problem.

My previous GYT-R (Yamaha racing) standard clutch lever was the best option, with pin-bearings and a very smooth lever contour designed by the Yamaha racing team. It's pull was about the same as my Hebo.

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Thanks for the reply. I've never heard of "Hebo" is that who makes it? If so do you know who sells that brand. I was looking at the Magura and found it for about $210 + shipping from F.S.O.. They sell Billitanium hydraulic clutches through Thumper but they want about $400 for those.

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Mitch from Oz,

I tried that email address three times but the first two came back undeliverable, did the 3rd one come thru?

Chris

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