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4 speed hydraulic clutch

Post Thu Nov 27, 2008 6:52 pm

Posts: 221
Location: Georgia
Does anyone know who manufacturers a hydraulic clutch release mechanism for a 4 speed trans? And if so a hydraulic clutch master cylinder for the older 1973 through 1982 handlebar configuration?

Post Wed Jan 14, 2009 10:34 am

Posts: 62
Location: Texas' Big Bend country
Baker Drive Train manfactures a hydraulic release kicker cover to fit 4-speed trannys.

Post Thu Jan 15, 2009 6:26 am
Custom Chrome used to sell the complete package incl matching handlebar master cylinder. Might be worth checking their website.

Post Fri May 22, 2009 11:57 am

Posts: 79
Location: No. Andover, Mass. USA
Not sure if it still matters but I recall it 's Nempco that made the relatively inexpensive kit that included the kicker cover with slave cylinder, left hand lever/master and a line. I used it years ago on my knuck and for like $139 at that time it was a good deal and it still works beautifully today. Nice chromed parts but they are inexpensive castings and not much in favor is this billet world. Bet they can be found at swap meets. Anyone know what a Rodan cover is?


Post Wed Aug 05, 2009 12:48 pm

Posts: 3
I have one for sale. It was made by Custom Chrome and is complete with throwout bearing template for correct adjustment (important!)and all three clutch lever pushrods for adjustment of clutch lever free play. It is the second one of these that I have used and both worked well when set up. After correct assembly it is important that further adjustment not be made as the unit is self adjusting for wear. I want 150.00(half price).

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