Join Date: Jun 2012
Location: Gateway to Death Valley
Clutch lever activation point
I've gotten used to the clutch dis-engagement being in the initial travel of the lever. I've also got adjustable levers.
I understand shortening the rod that actuates the piston but my question is does that leave the clutch lever floppy?
All my bikes that had cable clutches ended up with floppy levers cause I have small hands and wanted the lever closer to the grip. With the hydraulic clutch I would like to move the activation point closer but not loose the solid feel I have now.
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Last edited by Spec; 03-21-2019 at 12:51 PM.