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post #1 of (permalink) Old 01-29-2003, 09:12 AM
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Picked up some new parts

I just picked up a Magura Hydraulic clutch and James Lucky heat sheild for the 400ex.

The clutch looks to be real nice and is currently just loosely mounted right now. The pull is FAR easier than the lever I had on before. I just need to zip tie the line and adjust it. the quad is on jack stands right now so I have not fine tuned it yet.

I also picked up a JL heat sheild for my e-series header. I am kinda dissapointed in the the sheild. It is held on by wire clamps and the sheild itself is very thin aluminum. If it does what it is supposed to then who cares right?

I just want to burn my new pants on the header like I did my flesh gear.

I also sold my works trip rate fronts and I am going to order another set of works trip rates with rezzies set up for xc/mx instead of just mx without rezzies.


When I get it all together I will get some pics
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i don't know what kinda of bike you have, but the magura IS great..i put one on my raptor and love it, would suggest contacting them and getting a stainless steel line kit for it if you have to route the hose near the exhaust or engine because it WILL melt east..its about 55 for the replacement hose AND it looks good too.
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Try pulling the shift arm off of the engine and welding a 1/4 in. piece to it. Clutch with one finger. [img]images/graemlins/wink.gif[/img]
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this question is for john, i know it's off topic, but john dude, do u know if they sell hydraulic clutches for motocross bikes??? i know ktm has them on like most all of their bikes, i can't think of one that doesn't have a hydraulic clutch except for maybe like the 50's n 60's....n another question, how much did u sell that yz for?
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i am almost positive they have hydro clutches for dirtbikes [img]images/graemlins/ooo.gif[/img] may be wrong tho [img]images/graemlins/bs.gif[/img]
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Yes they do, they run anywhere from 220 bucks to 400 for the billetanium model.

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hm...wonder if it would even be worth it
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josh yes, kingair2000 sells them on ebay for 180 buy it now

yz'z, cr's....


2850 after i put it back to stock last september

i sold the pipe,trip clamp, delta valve,boyeson covers and whatever other misc stuff on ebay

i got about 300 or so for the parts.

it was def worth it if you would have seen the bike in person, and then ridden it [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]

i put a new rear tire on it too before i sold it
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that seems like a decent price to me, after the pics i have seen n stuff, and plus i heard yz's were very very nice in stock form, that u really don't need to change nething to make it any better...
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