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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 08-07-2015, 06:38 PM Thread Starter
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hi guys i have a 2015 rgs and got stuck in traffic slo-go for about a hour my clutch hand got bad and had trouble pulling in the clutch is there any adjustments or parts that can lowr the pull effort? I had a 2000 roadking and installed the low effort ramp kit and it worked out great but i dont see any for the 2015s. thx wayne
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hi guys i have a 2015 rgs and got stuck in traffic slo-go for about a hour my clutch hand got bad and had trouble pulling in the clutch is there any adjustments or parts that can lowr the pull effort? I had a 2000 roadking and installed the low effort ramp kit and it worked out great but i dont see any for the 2015s. thx wayne
They make hydraulic clutch assist. You'll just have a master cylinder on the left side handle bar too. I don't see it being year specific.

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They make hydraulic clutch assist. You'll just have a master cylinder on the left side handle bar too. I don't see it being year specific.
The RGS should be hydraulic clutch already, are you talking about something that adds on to the stock hydraulic clutch?
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The RGS should be hydraulic clutch already, are you talking about something that adds on to the stock hydraulic clutch?
Yes, it's a cable assist. The clutch lever is built into the mechanism.

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Wouldn't it have a clutch slave? Cable?
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post #6 of 9 (permalink) Old 08-08-2015, 02:19 PM Thread Starter
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the bike already has a hydraulic set up i was thinking about a lighter pressure plateto reduce the effort
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I ride with a Clutch Wiz it might work on the 15s also
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I ride with a Clutch Wiz it might work on the 15s also
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I was told they will not fit on the new style clutch. That's why I left mine on my '11 I traded.

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2013s and down. Won't work on the 14 or 15s.


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