Hydralic clutch kit lever pressure????
OK, so I installed the EZ assist and took before and after measurements (see Pic's ) and proved to myself that it reduced the effort to pull the clutch in by 50%. Outstanding results. However, even after doing everything I could to make sure the clutch was adjusted correctly I never felt it was 100% engaged. Even though I had slack in the lever as required. So I just thought it was me. Then the other day I did acouple hours on the cone course and burned the clutch up on my 2012 CCT with only 9500 miles on it. Estimated repair cost $700. So I have decided if the EZ clutch is that sensitive I'm taking it off.
Some who have installed the hydralic clutches say it feels the same but they don't worry about broken cables, others say it feels less but they're not sure how much. You would think the manufactured would tell us but they don't.
This brings me to my question or request. Can someone who is adding the hydralic clutch to their bike do a before and after so we know for sure how much it reduces the effort to pull the clutch in?
I used a simple suit case weight measuring device you can buy at almost any store.
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