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Old 10-07-2019, 02:38 PM   #1
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Hi all ,I have a recently purchased a 2006 vrscr streetrod, I am finding the clutch lever really heavy , is this just normal or is there a way to lighten it up. Many thanks
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Hi all ,I have a recently purchased a 2006 vrscr streetrod, I am finding the clutch lever really heavy , is this just normal or is there a way to lighten it up. Many thanks
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Old 10-08-2019, 01:11 PM   #3
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I do a lot of urban miles commuting to work in DC, and switched to a slipper clutch ten years ago. It has only 4 springs (vice 5 in the OEM) and this as helped, but I still feel the carpel tunnels cramping. Now that someone is working the slave side of things is intriguing; I might have to dump some more bux in my rod!
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I do a lot of urban miles commuting to work in DC, and switched to a slipper clutch ten years ago. It has only 4 springs (vice 5 in the OEM) and this as helped, but I still feel the carpel tunnels cramping. Now that someone is working the slave side of things is intriguing; I might have to dump some more bux in my rod!
We can use more people in the group buy, it's a great deal $150 shipped CONUS for something that typically costs ~200 plus shipping.
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