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Well after installing the Barnett Scorpion clutch with the Green (light) springs the lever pull is still waaay more then stock. I have the Mueller Power Clutch, but it sucked ass to adjust and never really seemed to fully disengage the clutch. So I'm wondering if the EZ Pull will work better.
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I will tell you that I have a stock clutch, and got an EZ pull kit form EBay for about $40, best money I've spent. My clutch feels like the clutch on a 2014 sporty now. (Mine is an 01 btw) It cut the effort need by about half, and was easy to install as well!
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I will tell you that I have a stock clutch, and got an EZ pull kit form EBay for about $40, best money I've spent. My clutch feels like the clutch on a 2014 sporty now. (Mine is an 01 btw) It cut the effort need by about half, and was easy to install as well!
Do you have any pics of this installed on your bike?
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Called Barnett their sending me a set of the ultra light weight spring which they say will have about the same pull pressure as the stock spring. Plus I can alternate spring rates if needed with the green springs.
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No pics right now, but I can throw some up in a week or so. I'm about to change the fluid in the Primary/trans anyway. Really though you remove the derby cover, slack out the clutch cable, attach the EZ pull piece with a single screw, hook the clutch cable back up, adjust the clutch and reinstall the derby cover. That's it, takes about 20 min or so.
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I cant find any of the one that go behind the derby cover for my year. All of them say up to '90.

Anyone else had any luck?
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I cant find any of the one that go behind the derby cover for my year. All of them say up to '90.

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Dave, or Anyone.

I've Installed the Mueller & Scorpion on my wife's 88 Sport.
I cannot get the Primary Cover back on.

It appears that the Mueller is contacting the Scorpion. I've taken some measurements
& have .200 Interference.
ANY SUGGESTIONS?
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When I installed my EZ Pull it needed a bit of relief on the cover side.
Just a bit of love with the grinder to round over the closest corner.
Sorry, no pics.

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