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i am considering getting a manual clutch for my bike and am looking for something not to expensive. i am considering the tb kit ... ya or nay?
Pimpin you either didnt read what I said the right way or just took it wrong. I didnt say the TB clutch really compared to the Take as it doesnt. What I ment is that for the average person, who doesnt have $800 to blow on a clutch, but would still like the advantage of getting off the gate better and better corner speed by keeping up the rpm's the TB clutch is the better option. Im not gonna lie, I would kill to have a Take clutch but theres no way in hell I could afford it, so I make due with what I got. You gotta admit though that for the price, and only being a 2plate off the crank clutch it does work very well.PIMPINdaHOES said:"dont need anything more than the TB clutch"
i would have to say that thats the most untrue thing youve ever said.
i run it...yes for 150 dollars the operation of the manual clutch is ok. but if you want anything better than average i wouldnt go this route. also there are plenty more main advantages of the TG clutch. truth is that you cant even compare the two......the TG blows away the TB clutch in every performing aspect.
TB wins in the cost category and ease of install. thats it!
tell me what you wanna tell me i know what makes what better and what doesnt.....and jetster....you dont have a chance winning this one.
sorry man...TB loses here.....face it.
PIMPINdaHOES said:i would have to say that thats the most untrue thing youve ever said.
i run it...yes for 150 dollars the operation of the manual clutch is ok. but if you want anything better than average i wouldnt go this route.