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Old 08-04-2011, 06:03 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default RSC Clutch Lever Godliness

Hey guys, just wanted to let every one know who doesn't already about the RSC Clutch Levers. These levers are the end all of clutch levers. Needle bearing pivot, shorty(1 finger) or long, easiest pull out there, indestructible, colors. Once you buy this lever you will buy one for every one of your bikes, dirtbikes, 50s, etc, and never buy another clutch lever again.

Righteous Stunt Metal - Home of the Righteous Stunt Clutch

Yea it says stunt....but if you race, you won't find another clutch lever that will let you shift faster or easier with one finger anywhere.

And this is not spam, I love my RSC...

These levers should come stock with every factory bike in my opinion...

Pazzo, Moose, MSR = Poopy
RSC = Godliness

Once you go RSC you never go back!
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Old 08-04-2011, 08:39 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Great clutch levers cool dude too had one on my r6
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Old 08-05-2011, 10:53 PM   #3 (permalink)
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BUMP.....you guys gotta get this lever!
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Old 08-05-2011, 11:03 PM   #4 (permalink)
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riding in traffic using the clutch alot doesent make 1 finger tired?

My whole hand cramps up when in a traffic jam. As soon as it cramps.. that means its time to lane split.

wouldnt want to do any permanent damage to my wrists and forarms

Racing and stunting I could see this being OK.. on the street.. not so much.

And as if you just bumped your own thread!

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Old 08-06-2011, 12:18 AM   #5 (permalink)
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riding in traffic using the clutch alot doesent make 1 finger tired?

My whole hand cramps up when in a traffic jam. As soon as it cramps.. that means its time to lane split.

wouldnt want to do any permanent damage to my wrists and forarms

Racing and stunting I could see this being OK.. on the street.. not so much.

And as if you just bumped your own thread!

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READ FIRST BEFORE POSTING!!! It's a EZ pull clutch, it comes in STANDARD or SHORTY(1 finger). The streets are were this baby shines lol you kidding me? I have the 1 finger shorty and hand cramps are a thing of the past. I can 1 finger it all day, haha dirty mind, with no cramps. My stock clutch I got cramps even using 3 or 4 fingers in traffic. If your still a sceptic buy the standard long version which is even easier to pull via more lever/leverage.

2 fingers can fit on the shorty if you really wanted to.....I do it sometimes.

Stock pull : 14 lbs (roughly)
RSC pull : 7 lbs (roughly)

And I'll bump this thread everyday until every one realizes their clutch lever/perch sucks and buys a RSC.
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And I'll bump this thread everyday until every one realizes their clutch lever/perch sucks and buys a RSC.
Are you part of their advertising team?
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Not meaning to highjack but how does changing out a lever make it easier to pull the cable in and out. Doesnt what actually is being pulled justify that???
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Old 08-06-2011, 02:34 AM   #8 (permalink)
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Are you part of their advertising team?
Nope, just spreading the word. RSC is fairly new still and makes such a superior product than the rest plus the owner is a really cool dude.
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Old 08-06-2011, 02:39 AM   #9 (permalink)
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Not meaning to highjack but how does changing out a lever make it easier to pull the cable in and out. Doesnt what actually is being pulled justify that???
The RSC lever relocates the hole in the lever that the end of your cable goes into. The relocated spot allows for more leverage with the same lever travel. Plus if you choose needle bearings it takes that leverage and makes it buttery smooth.

You can actually drill out a new hole in your stock clutch lever to relocate the cable kinda achieving the same effect, but that way tends to break the lever if you drop your bike. RSC is indestructible. Haven't seen one break ever with some hard spills too. Cable frey can also happen if you drill a new hole.
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Old 08-06-2011, 11:01 AM   #10 (permalink)
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I wonder do pazzo levers have the hole relocated then...cant wait till they get here
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