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dirtdynamics

Hydraulic Vs. Works Perch

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Here's the deal,

I am getting hydraulic clutch installed on my WR400.

My stock clutch is killing me and i can't help but get jealous by my friends KTM and the hydraulic clutch.

Its so easy to pull and never changes feeling.

Question is:

Which would be better ?

A Hydraulic system or getting a Works Perch with ez pull?

I guess they could run the same with costs and the hydraulic costing a little more.

Advice me.....

Peace!

:)

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Once you've put a juice clutch on your bike, you'll never go back. I have one on my XR430. One finger all day long and no fade.

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Go for the Magura or Hebo. I have the Magura and will never go back.It has been on the bike since new and never had a problem with it. Maybe Yamaha might see the light and install them on their future WR's.

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Hmmmmmm....

Look like its a juice clutch after all..

I like the sound of that.

Anyway i am in the process of getting a Hebo juice clutch for my WR400...

Can't wait for it...

As for yamaha , maybe they'll follow the Euro bikes and start putting hydraulics with their Wr's and YZ's.

That'll make them a Blue Beast for sure....

Thank you for the advice....

Anybody else got a jiuce clutch on?

Let me know how's it been.........

Thanks

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