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Aleksandar13

Looks great, when would this be available and what can we expect price wise?

Thank you, 

Aleks 

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OU812

Will this widen the feel of the Clutch grab? will this bring the friction zone closer to the bars, easier reach for short fingered thugs like myself..

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9 hours ago, Aleksandar13 said:

Looks great, when would this be available and what can we expect price wise?

Thank you, 

Aleks 

We're finalizing a few things, not ETA or price just yet.

 

 

 

8 hours ago, OU812 said:

Will this widen the feel of the Clutch grab? will this bring the friction zone closer to the bars, easier reach for short fingered thugs like myself..

It will widen the friction zone but it won't shorten the distance lever location. With more mechanical advantage, you need more lever movement to accomplish the same movement at the clutch shaft.

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Ol'crazy

Unfortunately with the OEM crash bars there is not much free space. Have you thought about it? 😬

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8 hours ago, Ol'crazy said:

Unfortunately with the OEM crash bars there is not much free space. Have you thought about it? 😬

OEM crash bars and clutch arms...  photo of what clearance you’re referring to?


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Ol'crazy

It is difficult to see in the photos, but the free space is about 16mm.

 

 

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2 hours ago, Ol'crazy said:

It is difficult to see in the photos, but the free space is about 16mm.

 

 

leva-embrague.jpg

Hmmm... we can't create space and the arm's location is fixed so I'm going to say they won't be compatible (based solely on these photos anyway).

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Hammerhead

Liking what appears to = 3 options for leverage length here. T7 clutch is lighter than the DRZ but still wouldn't mind softening it up a little even if at the expense of a slightly wider friction zone. 

 I'm sold already, Cory!

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3 hours ago, Hammerhead said:

Liking what appears to = 3 options for leverage length here. T7 clutch is lighter than the DRZ but still wouldn't mind softening it up a little even if at the expense of a slightly wider friction zone. 

 I'm sold already, Cory!

Stock length plus 2 more softer options

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OU812

Excited Lets Go GIF by Mind Pump Media

 

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jonboy99

I'd be all over this. I don't find the clutch heaviness to be too bad, but a bit lighter would be nice. Coming from an 1190, I find the engagement a bit sharp, and would welcome a slightly broader engagement/friction zone. Please reply to this thread when it's available!

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BLZ2DWL

I, too, feel the friction zone is too small. I look forward to these being available!

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