Im a disabled vet and i can barely move my left hand so its really hard for me to grab the clutch and on a TRX450r the clutch is really stiff so it was almost unsafe for me to ride the quad. I put the Easy pull system on and it made it 100% easier for me to use the clutch and it will go on anything. It just goes inbetween the clutch lever and the cable coming up from the clutch in the tranny and its very simple to put on. Only problem is that it wont work with a MSR Raptor Easy Pull Clutch lever. Other than that I love it!
Started using my CR500 for hare scrambles, my first race I started hitting trees because my hand was too tired to pull in the clutch. Hopefully this will help my arm.
Good: Case feels strong It really does makes it easier to pull even with my shorty lever Comes with two different small clutch cables that go to your lever to be sure it will fit what ever bike you have. 3 different pull settings Priced right
Bad: Will add about 6 inches to your clutch cable length The cover is not sealed, may get water and dirt inside Moose offers a replacement cable, wondering if this item wears fast. Takes alittle bit of time to set up correctly Looks goofy on your bars Kinda hard to fit, i have bark busters and it contacts the mount. Hopefully it wont wear severely rubbing on the aluminum mount.
Have not raced yet with this set up, but i can tell it will help out alot. Makes my 500 clutch feels as easy as my brothers 250. I recommended it to a friend that has a pit bike with a super hard clutch. If it doesnt work, its not very expensive.
This is a good cheap option, if your clutch hand gets fatigued. I have an '04 CRF450R and it has a really hard clutch pull. I race hare scrambles, and was using my clutch a lot, which meant by the end of the race my hand was done, and I was doing slower lap times because of it. The part is well made, but bulky. If you run hand guards you might have mounting issues like I did. You might want to try to re-route your clutch cable, because you just added about 6-8in. to your total length. I ended up going hydraulic after about 6mo., and then 3mo. later buying a Rekluse Pro. I gave this to my buddy and it's better than nothing. Also I have smaller hands, and like to run my levers closer in, this part requires a lot of initial set-up, and fine tuning, so your not slipping your clutch.