Once installing Hydraulic Clutch , How much of the clutch cable

is being removed in favour of the hydraulic clutch ?

I saw the current cluctch cable has nut adjsuter near the key starter(about 14cm away from the clutch itself) so does the whole cable till then engine is being replaced or only the small part till the 2nd adjuster ?

(sorry for my english , tried to make it as clear as possible)

the stock cable is completely removed.

Can someone post pictures of the Hydraulic clutch on the DRZ ?

Does this mean when installing the hyd. clutch I need to open the clutch right side (where the CFC protector is) ?!

it directly bolts on just like the stock cable.

So it won't be a problem to install it alone if im noob in the biz , right ?

are you sure your really at the point in your mods to need one?

youve done every other protection and set up mod?

Not doing yet (just asked)

But for now what I've done is :

Bike : DRZ400S year 00

CFC case guards.

Rad guards.

Skid Plate

2002 rear and front shock absorbers.

FCR 39 with complete throttle setup as you recommand (waiting for parts from ronayers , fcr allready here)

Twinwall with 1 1/8 adjusters

removed stock taillight

IMS pro footpegs.

Will do 3*3 airbox once installing FCR.

E headpipe with local manufactured Slip on.

Didnt touch ACCT yet (dont wanna change it yet)

What else will you recommand ?

I don't wanna go Hotcams (Dont want to touch the engine)

Didnt touch ACCT yet (dont wanna change it yet)

On a 00 drz? Isnt that asking for a LOT of trouble? Pretty high failure rate on those..

Didnt touch ACCT yet (dont wanna change it yet)

On a 00 drz? Isnt that asking for a LOT of trouble? Pretty high failure rate on those..

None failed in my country yet (At least that I know of)

Ill call Suzuki Israeli representitive tommorow and ask about it.

None failed in my country yet

None of the 04's have failed in my country yet, that I know of and I'm still going to replace it. Piece of mind!

None failed in my country yet (At least that I know of)

Ill call Suzuki Israeli representitive tommorow and ask about it.

:cry: :cry:

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