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post #1 of 31 (permalink) Old 08-17-2017, 06:01 AM Thread Starter
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Good morning everyone, I have been thinking about adding a Hyrdualic clutch to my 2011 cross country. I have some vicbagger bars on the bike, is there a kit that is still available to do this?

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if you can find one your going to need a longer line witch is the same as a brake line.
Number one trick is to bench bleed master cylinder before hooking line up to it.

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Hydraulic Clutch Kit for sale | Falls Church (703) 237-3400

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Better hope they got a bunch on the shelf and they are not just showing off, cause those are sold out at Vic.


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if you can find one your going to need a longer line witch is the same as a brake line.
Number one trick is to bench bleed master cylinder before hooking line up to it.
A longer line isn't necessarily needed. I just ran my hose down the left side of the frame instead of the right side. Fits perfectly.

And yes, bleed the thing before you mount it. Much easier that way; I did mine the hard way...



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A longer line isn't necessarily needed. I just ran my hose down the left side of the frame instead of the right side. Fits perfectly.

And yes, bleed the thing before you mount it. Much easier that way; I did mine the hard way...
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Why are you wanting a hydraulic clutch? If it for a lighter pull, there are simpler and cheaper ways such as an E-Z Pull and a Barnett cable assembly. I've done that and those with hyd. clutches are amazed at how light my lever pull is. Like a 250 cc bike.
Hyd. can be difficult to adjust and cause clutch burn-out if not done right.
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Ricz, what did you put on your bike?

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Ricz, what did you put on your bike?
I placed an E-Z Pull I got from Witchdoctors onto the clutch pivot and a Barnett cable assembly. The result is a very light pull compared to the original. Makes this old guy a happy biker.

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