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Old 27-03-2019
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anyone done this mod recently and can provide any feedback as to how much lighter clutch feel is?

Im looking at beta parts for my 17 300RR, i think this is what i need:

Part Number Description Availability Price Qty In Trolley Line Item Total
029.03.080.80.00 CLUTCH SLAVE CYLINDER ASSY In stock 76.00 1 76.00
029.03.055.00.00 CLUTCH SPRING In stock 10.50 4 42.00
029.03.056.00.00 CLUTCH SPRING WASHER In stock 9.30 4 37.20
31.34510.000 SCREW 6.20 In stock 1.80 4

Any help would be much appreciated.

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Check Roon's post a little higher. It works, is very smooth and light and costs a fraction of the Clake
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Old 29-03-2019
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Iíve had an RHK Quantam Flex lever on the 250 for the past 6 months, this lever gave a slightly lighter clutch pull
Today I fitted the 2018-on clutch springs, retainers and bolts. Theyíve only been sitting on the shelf for over a year 😂
Wow!
Super light clutch, possibly lightest clutch lever Iíve used (expect my Husky AE430)
I was going to fit the O/S slave, but donít feel the need now plus saves messing about with clutch line bleeding 😀
Iíll give it a good test at next weekends Kowen ride.
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Old 29-03-2019
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Iíve had an RHK Quantam Flex lever on the 250 for the past 6 months, this lever gave a slightly lighter clutch pull

Today I fitted the 2018-on clutch springs, retainers and bolts. Theyíve only been sitting on the shelf for over a year

Wow!

Super light clutch, possibly lightest clutch lever Iíve used (expect my Husky AE430)

I was going to fit the O/S slave, but donít feel the need now plus saves messing about with clutch line bleeding

Iíll give it a good test at next weekends Kowen ride.
That's great I just ordered the parts might try without the OS slave first if not required. I'm assuming the difference will be the same on a 2017 300RR.

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An oversized slave cylinder would be the real answer. 25% greater S/C diameter takes 50% off the lever effort.
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