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post #1 of 21 Old 05-27-2011, 11:39 PM Thread Starter
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Hydraulic clutch kit

Has anyone installed the Streamline or ASV hydraulic clutch kit on there machine ? looks pretty cool and is soposto reduce clutch pull by thirty % It would tidy up the handlebars by removing the usless parking brake.

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I'm thinking about getting one of these but it says 2009-2011

Is the 09 different from the 08

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Has anyone installed the Streamline or ASV hydraulic clutch kit on there machine ? looks pretty cool and is soposto reduce clutch pull by thirty % It would tidy up the handlebars by removing the usless parking brake.
Remove the park brake clutter , buy a new clutch perch/lever kit (ASV). Don't lube the clutch cable and you will have a nice setup. The clutch pull on the stock xx clutch is lighter than most . The hydraulic clutch kit will only be good if you race for more than 8 hours in one stint.IMO.

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well I race for three and it gets too me sometimes of course my stock cable is bent from being upside down a few too many times lol so its alot harder so in searching for a replacement I ran across this and since the ktm I bought has it i am spoiled it is really nice it would be awesome if they were close to the same pull so it didnt mess with me if i jump on the other bike

I emailed the distributor to see if it will work on the 08 im sure it will I doubt they changed anything but better safe than sorry

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anybody have a link to these hydraulic clutch kits I would like to look at them and see what there like. thanks.
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There on rockymountainatv.com. can't link from phone


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Here ya go .
Streamline.
http://www.streamlinebrakes.com/Prod...=HYDCLUTCH%2DS

From what I have found , ASV builds a lever for the Magura hydraulic clutch kit.

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I prefer a cable clutch. I was actually dissapointed when the Ford Mustang went to hydraulic last year. It just doesnt give you the clutch feedback and feel like a cable does.

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I've been around some mustangs, pretty sure they had hydraulic in the early 90's


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You sure? Ive been around them too. I was also mistaken on my statement, meant to say last body not last year.

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