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post #41 of 49 (permalink) Old 11-25-2012, 06:48 PM
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Im pretty happy with mine. My only gripe is that it seems as though my clutch cable is on the long side.
I agree. I love how it feels, but. I am curious what will happen when I put in the new clutch plates.


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just ordered mine, I've never really had a clutch issue before, but something about the fury in traffic is just too much. I just had surgery to remove a dupuytren's contracture in my clutch hand too, so before I get back on the bike, I want to add a little comfort since I'll essentially be down a finger for a while.

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Wow! This is awesome! I didn't even know that such a thing existed. Never even thought about it. I ride in the city on a daily basis with some traffic at times and the clutch can really tire your hand. I have big hands and I'm able to pull it off but some slack on that clutch would be GREAT!!

It's crazy how much s*** you can buy for a bike lol!

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Wow! This is awesome! I didn't even know that such a thing existed. Never even thought about it. I ride in the city on a daily basis with some traffic at times and the clutch can really tire your hand. I have big hands and I'm able to pull it off but some slack on that clutch would be GREAT!!

It's crazy how much s*** you can buy for a bike lol!
And that's how it starts brother...this is what we call "mod-itis" Just remember to inform your significant should you have one that things are about to get expensive. But it's SO worth it!

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And that's how it starts brother...this is what we call "mod-itis" Just remember to inform your significant should you have one that things are about to get expensive. But it's SO worth it!
Lol I got the "mod-itis" since the first week I got my bike. It started with the cobra exhaust, then I needed the cobra fi2000, then I needed the cobra air intake, LED taillight, LED headlight, and so forth. I couldn't even count how much shit I bought for this damn fury lol. BUT I LOVE IT!!!!!

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Lol I got the "mod-itis" since the first week I got my bike. It started with the cobra exhaust, then I needed the cobra fi2000, then I needed the cobra air intake, LED taillight, LED headlight, and so forth. I couldn't even count how much shit I bought for this damn fury lol. BUT I LOVE IT!!!!!
$ better spent on the flash, IMO (4 what it's worth).

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Clutch Pull Relief on a Fury??

awesome product, great seller. Had mine on for about 24,000 miles. Love it, cheap, & easy to install.
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Compared to some other bikes I have had, the Fury is a walk in the park. Never bothered me with the Fury. Then again, I grip the hell out a surfboard at least 4 days a week. Maybe that helps.

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