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Hydraulic Clutch(s) #712962
10/28/17 3:17 am
10/28/17 3:17 am
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Santa Barbara, California
KC in S.B. Offline OP

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Are there decent Hydraulic clutch actuator systems available for Triumphs? I see the one on that modified '67 up on the Hot Links board. Probably works OK, but it sure is hanging out in the wind, looking for trouble. It seems like a problem would be getting a hose off the bars to run all that way down. Anyone here have one they like?


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Re: Hydraulic Clutch(s) [Re: KC in S.B.] #712966
10/28/17 4:37 am
10/28/17 4:37 am
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A solution in search of a problem?


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Re: Hydraulic Clutch(s) [Re: KC in S.B.] #712979
10/28/17 10:49 am
10/28/17 10:49 am
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LP Williams do what was the psp system and you can add a magura lever

Or hymec 163 is available from venhill

Re: Hydraulic Clutch(s) [Re: KC in S.B.] #712981
10/28/17 11:54 am
10/28/17 11:54 am
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dave madigan makes a really nice one, a complete kit. plus a matching hydraulic setup for a front conical.


i have no idea what i'm doing.
Re: Hydraulic Clutch(s) [Re: KC in S.B.] #713007
10/28/17 4:57 pm
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I made hydraulic backshells to fit the vertical split Lucas switches and uses the T140/T160 disc lever. Not very visible but seen on the R3OIF:
http://www.britbike.com/forums/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=705735&Searchpage=1&Main=74523&Words=%2Bflat&Search=true#Post705735
The other one is separate and mounts inboard from the switch and uses the Brembo style adjustable lever.
I have hydraulic slaves for triples and twins. The twin slave bleeds from outside the case.
I made a hydraulic cylinder for the Comical brake. One can be made for the earlier single lever but I would need a brake and slider to work from.


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