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does anyone have a logan built clutch. if so how do you like it. i think it is what i am looking for. i'm looking for a clutch system that will allow me to still have the auto-clutch, but with the added benefit of being able to have an operational clutch lever to use as well, for slippage out of corners or for starts.

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i had something similar from pps, ended up selling it but when i had it i LOVED it.

i decided if i really wanted a clutch id get a real manual, the full/semi is a little weird.

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I've seen those. I just think they are more prone to failure. modifying the stock parts just seems weird. I don't know what I'm saying. Get a full manual.

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Its for Racing, like if you wanna win races are you going to use a Chinese made clutch or an U.S.A. clutch with high quality materials? They been doing go-kart clutches for 40 years, ask around and you'll see the Horstman go-kart clutch is winning the nationals this weekend because practically everyone has one.

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hortsman has had lots of problems with there parts, but seem to have it all sorted. at 275$ i really wish i had the money...

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Buying a stock 50 and turning it into a racing bike is the same concept of buying a larger bike for example a CRF450 stock bike, you are not going to race it stock. You will replace every thing you can with quality performance parts. For example, an aftermarket exhaust will cost 200-300 for just an average exhaust regardless of bike, and 400-600 for a good one on larger bikes (CRF450). Now the actual costs of the materials for the exhaust depends on the type of metal used in construction, it will cost the manufacturer maybe 50 bucks max for that 300 dollar pipe you paid for. Now with the Horstman clutch you are paying for the quality materials that are worth at least 175$ thats not counting the labor and manufacturing of the parts. They are on sale for 275, and they reduced the price down from 400$. When you're bike is shooting at 10-15 HP to the clutch that came with bike designed for 3HP, does it make sense to use a 100 dollar clutch?

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I would just get a full manual clutch. Cheaper, better, made by a more known company (to mini riders), and is designed after the clutch made by Honda originally used on the CT70H. And Honda stuff always lasts.

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