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Would you consider upgrading your cable clutch housing?

  • yes, where?

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  • maybe, but why?

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  • depends (only if it offers better performance)

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  • not applicable - I have a hydraulic activated clutch mate

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  • Why would I want to do that.

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  • No, never. Forget about it.

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  • Welcome back synchro!

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more cable than hydraulic clutches
 

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seems that only the higher cc bikes like 1000cc and above have more than often the hydraulic clutches, but even then still alot of cable driven ones.
 

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04-07 cbr1krr used hydraulic clutch but then 08 onwards went back to a cable... apparently to save weight? dunno if thats true or not..
 

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marbs said:
04-07 cbr1krr used hydraulic clutch but then 08 onwards went back to a cable... apparently to save weight? dunno if thats true or not..
more like to save money
 

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Wow, you can select more than one option to vote for at once.
 

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Some use hydraulic, FWIW I'd take a cable by preference any day.
 

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Mine has hydraulic, never ridden a bike with hydraulic clutch before. It's nice and smoooooooth :)

Not sure what it would be like with cable on a big bike, probably not much different, it's probably only on there because Aprilia were blinging it up.

*hugs bike*
 

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AFAIK Pretty much all the Jap sports bikes run a cable, 1000's and 600's. I think the 1000's were hydraulic for a while, but changed back about 2-4 years ago.
 

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My 2009 zx10 has a cable clutch.. I find it great, has a noice agressive feel to it, especially when hard dumping through the gears.. Wheelies wooot!:D
 
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