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Old 03-04-2009, 01:19 AM   #1
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if you need a laptop i can bring mine over or print a couple of pages from the manual if needed
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The throttle cable is the tough one
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hydraulic clutch? I dont think you will notice any difference but it will look kool. If anything you might get a little more feel.
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well typically a hydraulic clutch will not have much "give" because fluid does not compress. a cable clutch might have a little room to stretch but not much im sure. might have a different feel. i guess the good thing about the cable clutch is not having to worry about losing any fluid or leaks.
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I wouldn't worry about it. Because the clutch isn't working against an immovable object (like a brake pad against a rotor) the only advantage to a braided stainless is looks.
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