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  1. Wanted a shorter lever
  2. I measured and everything was in spec. I layed the plates down on the table and they seemed flat, but its not a perfect surface. I haven't placed the order yet so maybe I'll hold off until I get the spacer.
  3. I ordered a EBC clutch kit. It wasn't too expensive and it'll eliminate a variable. The basket isn't worn out.
  4. I found this on RSC's website.. sounds like I may need to get the spacer Do I need the spacer for my RSC to function correctly? No, you do not need the spacer for your RSC to function correctly. The spacer is an option for those that seek a more distant engagement/disengagement point from the handlebar. Easy pull clutch levers move the engagement/disengagement point closer to the handlebar than the stock lever or any OEM replacement lever. It is also an option for those that wish to use the inner of the two cable holes on the lever to maintain ease of pull. The spacer can be used to achieve correct clutch operation when clutch plates may be slightly out of factory specs, or other factors that deter proper clutch operation may be in play.
  5. Tightening the set screw with the nut brings the lever closer to the bars
  6. The screw that the cable goes through? Whats the proper adjustment procedure? Should I start with that or the inline adjuster?
  7. I installed my extra motion pro cable. This one fits tighter than my OEM This is with a tiny bit of free play. The problem with this setup is the engagement is too close to the bars. It will hit my fingers.
  8. one more tooth in? I feel like that would give even more slack Plates and Basket looked fine upon inspection
  9. I moved the clutch arm to this position. This gave me a LOT of slack. I had to basically run the adjusters full tight. I set it so that it has a little play before it starts to act on the arm. However, it does not disengage enough. Put the bike in gear and it takes off. The ASV did this too. I never messed with the stock clutch lever so I don't know if it did it too. The cable is pretty new
  10. The F3 pro comes with a perch. However, I'm no longer using this lever. The RSC has different holes for the cable end. So I'm messing with that right now. After that i'll try the clutch arm. It looks one tooth off.
  11. You don't? It's literally the third part number in each section. Regardless, I have the F3 Pro.. which is universal.
  12. There are no bike specific models for these levers
  13. They're both universal. I'm thinking I have the arm too far out.
  14. ASV and RSC are not poorly designed bling parts
  15. If I set it so that there is no tension on the arm then the bike probably wouldn't even shift out of nuetral.