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CrazyInNYC

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  1. CrazyInNYC

    Pazzo

    I was really concerned about the short clutch lever because my commute used to be stop and go traffic up the FDR. While I found it far more comfortable to use two fingers only, instead of my whole hand, I still found far less fatigue in my hand with the short lever. It seems to require a lot less force to pull in. YMMV You don't 'stop and go' on FDR. You squeeeeeze and go :warranty: Of course this advise is coming from me, so take it with a grain of salt :comp13: True, true. You have to start somewhere and I find that it still requires a lot of clutching. I don't just go screaming through like some people I have seen. It does seem counter-intuitive, but even two fingers on the clutch feels like less effort that than a whole hand on the stock clutch
  2. CrazyInNYC

    Pazzo

    I was really concerned about the short clutch lever because my commute used to be stop and go traffic up the FDR. While I found it far more comfortable to use two fingers only, instead of my whole hand, I still found far less fatigue in my hand with the short lever. It seems to require a lot less force to pull in. YMMV
  3. :ohmy: So sorry to hear. Glad it wasn't worse...
  4. I dont know for sure - but I think you have the wrong part. You could go to the PC website and check. MD edit: Seems it may not be so easy... -411 PC III incompatibility
  5. I always thought that was the guy who actually drew the original vfr toon. Anybody know if that's true???
  6. Similar thing happened to me not too long ago, except it was an inattentive pedestrian I was avoiding and it wasn't technically a freeway. Picked the bike up, apologized for dropping her, made sure everything looked straight and lofted the front a little to make me feel better. :beer:
  7. It's May next week.... :laugh: I think I'm cursed... not only is this kit having supplier problems.. my 660 still hasn't arrived yet either! supplier problems??
  8. Oh the suspense. It's killing me.
  9. Unbelievable. Congratulations!!! I hope it works out financially for you, especially in these difficult times. From the website: Kit price is $5495 + shipping. Toro Charger kit info and price
  10. Enough to do a production run... :biggrin: Hey, that's great news! :fing02: :lurk:
  11. CrazyInNYC

    dragon 6.jpg

    Oh, the ATGATT crowd must be cringing...
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