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XS650 Clutch Worm Actuator experiment & tidbits

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by TwoManyXS1Bs, Oct 27, 2013.

  1. Jim

    Jim Beyond the edge is the unknown. Here be Dragons XS650.com Supporter Top Contributor

    Yeah... I'm using a modded XS400 actuator. I'm happy with it, but always looking to improve the clutch action. I think for less than 20 bucks it's worth a try.
  2. rusto

    rusto XS650 Member

    Hi again, just a few words in case it's useful. Did another 25 miles on twisty, hilly roads on a warm day so got the engine pretty hot. Shifting is better at all speeds I think because the clutch releases with just a dab on the lever. And now say at low speed I can slip the clutch accurately if I'm revving too slow (got a smaller rear sprocket) and don't want to downshift - like a normal bike. I haven't felt the need to adjust the clutch since fitting the Enfield part - before I'd be fiddling with the cable adjuster all the time including during a ride. Still getting neutral whenever I want. So looking pretty good. But like I said earlier, I'm just telling what I'm finding - others might get different results.
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