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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 05-16-2017, 10:17 PM Thread Starter
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Question Any Easy clutch pull mods?

I'm wanting to make the clutch pull easier, been thinking about putting a shorter lever on and as it is, I cannot pull the clutch with one or two fingers.

I've seen a bunch of products like EZ pull clutch and stuff for dirt bikes and motorcycles, but as far as I can tell. I can't find anything designed for a raptor.

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post #2 of 23 (permalink) Old 05-17-2017, 08:07 AM
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i dont know of any, other than keeping the cables clean. I got my asv levers and they seem to help a little with the adjustments you can do on where the lever sits and kinda on-the-fly adjustment on where it releases. I could be (probably am) the only other one i know is going to a lighter spring on the clutch. Im sure others will chime in with better info.

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I use a MSR EZ-Pull shorty lever setup. It has three adjustments to give more leverage on the pull. They claim it's 300% easier on the inner most setting. I can't speak to the 300% claim, but it did make my clutch MUCH easier to pull. I've used them on multiple different machines through the years without any negative issues.

Here is one by moose that's essentially the same thing:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Moose-EZ3-Cl...item489c51ab6b

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I picked up a pair of those for this very reason. I added stiffer springs to my Raptor last fall and with the shorty ASV there is a difference. I have one in my truck ( really helps calm road rage , lol) and in my office.

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I picked up a pair of those for this very reason. I added stiffer springs to my Raptor last fall and with the shorty ASV there is a difference. I have one in my truck ( really helps calm road rage , lol) and in my office.
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I use mine for the same reason clutch pull and help with arm pump.

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Fasst Flexx bars
Precision Pro stabilizer
long travel yfz shocks redone by Jogca
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Are most clutch perches universal between quads and bikes? Seen a few used ones for sale but they have been for like a dirt bike and a yfz450

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Ide look into some aftermarket levers. I am using asv f3 shorty pros with 6 heavy springs in the clutch and it pulls just fine. Even my girlfriend likes to ride it and has no issue. If you go the shorty route, make sure to adjust the lever out a ways from the bars. If you put it too close, you'll limit the overall travel and can wear out the clutch faster.

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