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hudydog

how to ease clutch pull

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My buddy had an old cr250 with same problem. He found this easy clutch helper that adds right to your cable. Its kind of funny looking, but it works awsome. But I cant remember who makes it. I do know that when he added it he also had to shorten the cable. Maybe google it? "easy clutch helper"

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Some people don't bother lubing the clutch cables because they say it makes the cables have a shorter life span.

I have never used rekluse so i can't speak for it, it sounds awesome from what i heard but from my past expierences if your getting a new clutch kit, OEM is the way to go. :thumbsup:

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MSR pro raptor easy pull lever. $45.

ive got em on all my bikes and would never go back. it gives you 3 selections.

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just an idea

now do the make an auto clutch like the mini bikes

you just shift kinda deal.

I realy only use the clutch to take off than shift off rpms

ive had tons of bikes and no problems with this.

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Yes the auto clutch is just like whats on a 50/mini. You can also override it with your clutch lever if you need to build RPM's to slip the clutch so it is not exactly the same. I agree though I only use my clutch for starting I slip it once in awhile, but never use it to shift.

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i still think the MSR is the best bang for the buck.

you can get either a shorty or normal. even though the normal one is slightly shorter than the stocker. but it comes with the mount and lever. up to 33% reduction

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I put a Magura hydro clutch on my YZ450f. I love it. It does make it easyer to pull, and I find less arm pump. Track, trail, on road, off road, whatever it gets the job done. But what I like is that there is no cable to adjust ever! All your power is put right to the ground.

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