Hydraulic clutch to a manual clutch on a KTM?

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Hello guys,Anybody converted they hydraulic clutch to a manual clutch on a KTM? Thanks.
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Connor 6 years 20 Answers 1734 views 0

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    I don’t think that’s even an option.

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    I’ve never heard of anyone doing that… If you are having trouble with clutch feel try a Midwest lever. Maybe a good back bleed too

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    Why in the world would you want that?

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    Why the hell would you want to do that?

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    On my 17TE300 I’ve gone up to a 14t for a week of desert riding without clearance issues.

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    No

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    No sir

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    Why lol

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    It may be possible to machine the slave enough to get clearance you need

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    Well, I’m just over wondering why the hell would anyone want to go backwards

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    Not possible

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    Funny one…

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    My 98-300 Mxc has a mechanical clutch cable. If I use the clutch much during a ride it needs to be adjusted. Not a big deal cuz there’s a star adjuster on the perch, but it must be done. It doesn’t take more than a half turn in either direction to keep the slack correct.

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    Non KTM is envious of our soft pull and you want to remove it!!??

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    NO!

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    I trade bikes ALOT. I’m usually not a KTM guy at all. But I’m in a 300 now. BUT I liked my cable clutches on the kawi as good if not better than the hydraulic set up. And I just had to give $65 for a hydro hose I broke in a get off. I don’t think it would have hurt a cable. But if it did it’s $20 lol. If I was on a 450 it would still be a kawi. I see nothing wrong with a cable.

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    Wes Kent Corey Purlee.. read some of these comments..

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    Find a left side case for a 96-7 yr 125 SX and hope ur parts fit it .

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    No, but I did save a ton of money on my car insurance switching to Geico

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