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easy pull clutch system??

i was wondering if anyone has installed an easy pull clutch system on a blade .. if so did you like it wat kind did you buy and how was the install.
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Re: easy pull clutch system??

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i was wondering if anyone has installed an easy pull clutch system on a blade .. if so did you like it wat kind did you buy and how was the install.

What is it and what does it do?
The clutch pull is already pretty light.

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Re: easy pull clutch system??

Does just that as I understand.. Lightens the clutch lever.. Pretty much assisted clutch
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Re: easy pull clutch system??

You can fit shorty levers with extenders which would help.

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What is it and what does it do?
The clutch pull is already pretty light.
Easy clutch is a product made for Gardening tractor... sorry i ment Harley-Davidson...

I do know how they are installed on those big twins.. but there's no way you could install them on a RR
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Easy clutch is a product made for Gardening tractor... sorry i ment Harley-Davidson...

I do know how they are installed on those big twins.. but there's no way you could install them on a RR

Okay, I can understand why Harley's need such a thing but not a 900RR. The clutch isn't exactly heavy.

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Okay, I can understand why Harley's need such a thing but not a 900RR. The clutch isn't exactly heavy.
Unless the clutch cable is jamed... no it shouldn't be that hard.

Maybe that is the problem!
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Re: easy pull clutch system??

SO why couldnt you install it on a 900RR?
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SO why couldnt you install it on a 900RR?

Maybe it's hydraulic?
Anything can be made to fit though.

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Re: easy pull clutch system??

Trust me, that thing is way too big to fit on a 900RR.

But basicaly, it ads lenght to the arm where the clutch cable attach.

Yes i guess it would be possible to buid somthing for it. But i've been working in a dealership for a hile now and 80% of the time, when a Japanesse clutch is hard, the cable is the problem.
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Re: easy pull clutch system??

Unless he changed the clutch on the 900RR.. I highly doubt it is hydraulic.

I can see it fitting, my 99 had tons of room from the inside of the clutch lever to anything
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Re: easy pull clutch system??

the ones for the harleys actually go in the trans.. it changes the ball and ramp for more leverage..and the other one is an actual clutch perch with some gearing inside to reduce lever pull.. none for the blades.. they are not needed... is your clutch pull that hard?? maybe you got other issues?
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Re: easy pull clutch system??

Have a search Cabbie did a hydaulic cluch conversion some time ago using a nissan clutch slave cylinder

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Re: easy pull clutch system??

Personally, I would stick with cable

But that is just me
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Re: easy pull clutch system??

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Okay, I can understand why Harley's need such a thing but not a 900RR. The clutch isn't exactly heavy.
...actualy yea the clutch is fairly light. but im not a very big dude and to those that think its hydrolic or too big to fit your wrong, its neither its a very small pully system thats encased the one im looking at is made by MOOSE racing and the reason im thinking of putting it on is to do clutch ups easier because after a few pops i cant pop it with one finger anymore and a guy at the local bike shop had one on his zx6r i am rebuilding my bike so that i can stunt on it but thats why i was thinking of putting one on Moose Racing 2011
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