Hello, all.... New member, have been getting much valuable info off these forums so I thought I'd join and partake actively, maybe help someone even dumber than me.......ha ha. But seriously....TT is an excellent resource, and I hope I can contribute something constructive. I fiddle, and have fiddled, with many old dirtbikes going back to the early 80's so have learned a few tricks, and will gladly share what i know. I have a selection of thumpers in my garage, from a 1940 BSA M20 500cc to a 2013 KTM 450XCF and a few in between. My current headache, a 2006 TTR 125 pitbike/girlfriend's bike, is the primary reason for getting on here..... My TTR is a clean and low time 2006 L-model I was lucky to find here in Phoenix. Since I'm slightly taller and heavier than your average girflriend or teenage son/daughter I've made a few mods to it: BBR stiffer springs front and back (looking for a YZ 85 fork assy), FMF pipe and spark arrestor, RWS Racing triple clamps (the source of my issue), VM26 Mikuni carb (waiting for UPS man as I write this), opened the airbox and BBR airfilter kit....that's about it for now. It's a work in progress. My dilemma is, with the RSW Racing triple clamps and risers, combined with the OEM Renthal fatbar that came off my KTM 450, the clutch cable on the TTR is about 2 inches too short for comfort. Has anybody dealt with this issue? The cable is 39 1/2 inches long, just your average adjustable little clutch cable with round cylinders at both ends. From what I can ascertain, it's the same cable as on the TTR 225 and 230. HOWEVER....if the 230's cable is slightly longer, I will get one of those instead of possibly having one custom made by Motionpro. Can anyone tell me how long the 230's clutch cable is? Plus or minus half an inch worth of adjustment? Or any other suggestions? Muito obrigato.