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SpeedyManiac 05-08-2008 11:39 AM

Looking for a clutch master cylinder assembly...
 
Hi guys,
I've decided to switch to a Rekluse clutch (should be here early next week) and am disappointed that there's no dual brake/clutch lever combo available for hydraulic clutches. I want to design a dual setup (will involve making a new assembly with two reservoirs and plungers) so the rear brake can be mounted on the handlebar but still have a clutch override. So, does anyone have a clutch master cylinder assembly kicking around that they'd sell for cheap. I don't have time to take mine apart and measure everything since I try to ride 3-5 days a week.

Thanks,

Steve

widebear 05-08-2008 02:10 PM

Try ebay Steve ,there is still new Cannondale o.e. stuff cropping up.

gasgasman 05-08-2008 10:31 PM

Here you go.........

http://www.rpmcw.com/pictures/200c/G...-Universal.jpg

http://www.rpmcw.com/products/200/GP...-Universal.htm

SpeedyManiac 05-09-2008 12:46 AM

Thanks, but it's not the system I'm looking for. What I want to build will look similar to a thumper clutch perch with an integrated manual decompression lever, only both will be hydraulic.

Bearman 05-09-2008 06:45 PM

Speedy, I believe there is such a system. It is known as the Clake (Clutch/Brake)

I saw it a magazine last year, ill go and search all of my mags and scan the page for you.

From what i can remember, the two master cylinders sat one in front of the other, and lever pivoted in two different places, depednign on where you fingers sat, and the retail price was around AUS$1300, i think.

Ill go rumaging now, ill be back with the info

Bearman 05-09-2008 07:06 PM

I couldn't find it in any of my magazines, but google came thourhg with the goods.

http://www.clake.com.au/

Here's a link to a colse up pic http://www.learntech.com.au/clake/images/clake1lge.jpg


Hope this helps mate


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