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It is a lighter pull which is noticeabe. you'll wonder how you managed without it! It's also much stronger than the original clutch, I was planning to go to 1200cc when out of rebores but have had to stop riding due to rheumatoid artritis, shoulder rotator cuff problems & sciatica & possible hip replacement
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I've had my left hip and right knee replaced. They've made riding much better than pre-replacement.
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Come on, grow some muscles! Get in that traffic jam as much as you can and train your hand and fingers! Your family, relatives and friends will love you! You are the man, the hero that can open all those jars and bottles with your bare hands!
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Have you considered a quickshifter? I have installed a Healtech quick shift and the only time I need to use the clutch now is from a standing start - even 1st the 2nd is via the quickshifter. Its far easier on the hand (I'm getting on a bit) and is fully programmable etc etc. This is the best money I have spent on my bike is YEARS...
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Looks like they are for efi Sportsters, 2007 and newer.
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