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

  2. 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

  3. Why in the world would you want that?

  4. Why the hell would you want to do that?

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

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

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

  8. 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.

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

  10. 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.

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

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

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

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