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    Re: To Anyone Who Needs A Clutch Slave Arm

    Quote Originally Posted by User View Post
    Brilliant
    JK, got enough on my plate!!!

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    Re: Clutch Slave Lever

    I installed one for a friend yesterday. Took pics to show the new angle of the cable for those who are wondering about that. As you can see, the inner cable will slightly rub the barrel adjuster. I rode mine that way for a while with no problems, so he felt to leave it alone rather than try to bend the hanger. Sorry if the rain makes the pics hard to see.
    Clutch Slave Lever-20170913_093610-1-jpgClutch Slave Lever-20170913_093557-1-jpg

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    Re: To Anyone Who Needs A Clutch Slave Arm

    Quote Originally Posted by major tom View Post
    I've ordered one already, the part# is good. Hope it is an improvement, seems logical, we'll see, thanks Mr. User

    What's the verdict?

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    Re: To Anyone Who Needs A Clutch Slave Arm

    Fitted mine today and Definitely an improvement over stock

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    Re: To Anyone Who Needs A Clutch Slave Arm

    How so? Easier to pull?

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    Re: To Anyone Who Needs A Clutch Slave Arm

    Quote Originally Posted by swedespeed View Post
    How so? Easier to pull?


    Quote Originally Posted by User View Post
    ... As for the pull, it's certainly easier on the hand muscles. It seems the friction zone will always be late in the release, but with this arm, the friction zone is wider....
    User already answered that one

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    Re: To Anyone Who Needs A Clutch Slave Arm

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    Is there a way to combine these 2 threads somehow? Thanks

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    Re: To Anyone Who Needs A Clutch Slave Arm

    Quote Originally Posted by bricksrheavy View Post
    User already answered that one
    I know. I was hoping for a second opinion/confirmation.

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    Re: To Anyone Who Needs A Clutch Slave Arm

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    Is there a way to combine these 2 threads somehow? Thanks
    It's already a "STICKY", which is a permanent post likely in the mod section.

    (I don't believe you can combine threads).

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    Re: To Anyone Who Needs A Clutch Slave Arm

    Quote Originally Posted by swedespeed View Post
    I know. I was hoping for a second opinion/confirmation.
    Looks like nobody else installed one yet. To me, it's a huge difference. I lubed my cable the same day I installed it too, so it was ultra buttery compared to the stock feel. Stay tuned... someone else will chime in, I'm sure.

 

 
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