|By Oreo_N2 on Wednesday, July 24, 2002 - 07:33 am:|
i just put a post with two questions... one about the gp shifting and one about the evolucione clutch slave cyclinder... can anyone see them.. the conversation, which i titled "two questions" seems to have disappeared?
i am confused.
|By Daz on Wednesday, July 24, 2002 - 07:45 am:|
I had that happen to me - do a search for a few key words - you should find the post then. Reply to yourself and it *might* appear. Depends a lot on from which direction the wind is coming...
|By Oreo_N2 on Wednesday, July 24, 2002 - 08:02 am:|
well i tried to find it to no avail, so if anyone else can already see them, well sorry for reposting these... anyways, i will try to put a recap together here....
ok so i just bought a 2001 Falco last week, used. i love it!!! It has the SL Carbon pipes and chip, and the soft luggage (side bags and tank bag) and the handlebar risers. Its comfy... with tons of power... and a sweet sound.. what else could you ask for.
Well there are two things i want to ask for...
first is the clutch. I noticed this clutch is very hard on the hand.... especially when stuck in traffic... oh yea i live in Boston, MA so there is LOTS of traffic. So i found this evolucione.net replacement slave cyclinder... with a 16.5% something. Will this thing make the clutch feel more like a normal hydraulic clutch, as in easy to use? What is the 16.5% number referring too? Anyone use this thing?
Ok the second question was about GP shifting. I read some stuff here about usingo a Mille shifter or using a dremel to make the current shifter "flippable." does anyone have any pics or more description of the process to make either of these options work?
|By Befbever on Wednesday, July 24, 2002 - 09:46 am:|
One site for all your answers: http://www.twowheelracing.co.uk/falco
|By Exdukenut on Wednesday, July 24, 2002 - 02:48 pm:|
Hey Oreo, try some hand exercises, with those hand springs that you can pick up from gym or such.
The clutch isn't heavy, but i come from an old bevel Ducati, with incredibly heavy clutch cable pull, so to me the Falco clutch is light.
|By Crmc33 on Wednesday, July 24, 2002 - 11:05 pm:|
I agree with you ExD. I dont find the weight of the clutch a problem.
(I get my wife to carry it)
The only reason I would swap the slave cylinder was if the OE one failed/leaked (as it has often be known to do).
But evryone to their own n' all that.
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