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Install hand clucth for 135LC Malaysia

Discussion in 'Modification' started by Zap_AMSE, Feb 24, 2007.

  1. Zap_AMSE

    Zap_AMSE New Member

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    Yesterday my freinds convert hand clucth for 135LC malasia without major modification for standard clutch.
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    Latest picture after upgrade upload later.
    This casing just plug & play.
    This not spark casing clucth.
     
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  3. medichloreans

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    u r using cast rite?
     
  4. Zap_AMSE

    Zap_AMSE New Member

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    Yup... why?
     
  5. MioBikerBoyz

    MioBikerBoyz Super Veteran

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    Now why'd you wanna go and do that? We all know for a fact that riding the T135 without a hand clutch is more faster and stronger.
     
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    Zap_AMSE New Member

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    but, this cycle just only at 1st stage now after use more big piston.
    this ride my friend easy for control sprint test racing.
     
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    i didnt know it yet..
    can u tell me more about that??
     
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    Ha laa pasang klas berat la enjin lc tu.but more pickup xkn xtau kot.Xcaya try beli n pakai la klas tangan tu.

    Yaa lor if use hand clucth lc engine a little bit heavy than usual.Hand clucth provide pickup but hard to topspeed.
     
  9. medichloreans

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    why installing manual clutch will make t135 cant get same top speed as stock (auto clutch)

    i need an explanation..
    dont just give the statement without an explanation...

    i'm really sure if you're installing manual clutch with proper tune n proper part..
    it'll make your bike smooth shift...
    if u know how to play with clutch..
    of course you can gain extra acceleration...
    especially on corner...

    tsunami, zap..
    sbb tu aku tak nk pakai syscast..
    aku tak sure dgn kualiti dia..

    baik aku tunggu harga manual clutch ori thai turun...

    aku ada dgr..
    syscast punya mmg plug n play..
    tapi ada certain part yg misalignment...
    housing tak proper fit..
     
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    is it true that a t135 w/ manual cluctch drinks less fuel than a non manual clutch one?
     
  11. MioBikerBoyz

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    Manual clutch has its advantages and disadvantages. Its good and bad as well, it all depends on the riders style. I personally prefer semi-auto clutch on a small bike like T135 but on my buddy's GSRx I go with the hand clutch which is good for acceleration.

    All in all, good acceleration but bad top speed is what I heard when riding with a hand clutch for the Spark 135.
     
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    manual clutch will consume more petrol than semi-auto clutch...
    not more laah...
    just a bit little..

    i'm still believed manual clutch will not affect bike top speed...
     
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    alamak...pegi la kmr..klac ori thailand siap pasang baru rm450..
    klu kt jlan ipoh mahal giler rm580
     
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    What about the centrifugal clutch or auto clutch is it still intact? if it is then you will have a semi manual clutch
     
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    Oic now i understood what do u mean before
    Shall we meet to share some of our experience.
     
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    helmi86.......
    apasal aku tny kt puchong full set n assamble hand clutch skali br rm450++
     
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    guys, if we take out the electric starter motor, gears, n chain.....can we get a lighter engine? opinions please...
     
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    what do u mean by take out gears n chain??
     
  19. MioBikerBoyz

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    Yes you would get a lighter engine, but then you would have to push your bike around instead of using riding it cuz it's got no gears!
     
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    no, he means just take out the starter motor and the gear thats on the starter motor.
     
  21. MioBikerBoyz

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    I guess you might release some weight. I don't know how heavy the motor and it's starting chain weigh, couldn't be that much could it? I tend to add more parts instead of taking parts out. Sofar I've only removed the rear safety bar which has no use what so ever.
     

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