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    CLAKE SLR(STAGGERED LEVER RETROFIT)LHRBThe CLAKE S.L.R will fit any bike that runs a Brembo PS10 clutch master cylinder, this includes most models of KTM, Beta and a lot of models of Husqvarna, Husaburg, GasGas, TM, and many others and is suitable for bikes with Standard Clutches or those fitted with Auto Clutches such as the Rekluse. This product is specifically designed for motorcycle use and is not a rebadged bicycle part, it has a FIM race legal ball ended lever and a decent sized fluid reservoir. The CLAKE SLR has far better ergonomics, offers much more power and feel than any other separate master cylinder left hand rear brake system on the market. It also allows room for most STD switch blocks and is the neatest most compact system available. All of its major components are CNC machined from billet 6061 aluminium including the lever which pivots on high quality sealed ball bearings. The lever can be easily adjusted for reach and folds out to prevent breakage. You can retain your foot pedal if you wish buy ordering the dual control CLAKE SLR. With the CLAKE SLR you also have the option of swapping the lever functions (with the use of the optional hose kit) so as to have the SLR lever operate the clutch and the Brembo lever actuate the rear brake. SLR Advantages *BOLTS ONTO A BREMBO CLUTCH MASTER CYLINDER. *OPTION OF RETAINING FOOT PEDAL WITH DUAL CONTROL KIT. *THIS IS A PRODUCT IS SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED FOR MOTORCYCLE USE, NOT A REBADGED BICYCLE PART. *F.I.M LEGAL BALL ENDED LEVER, SAFER AND RACE LEGAL. *THE NEATEST MOST COMPACT SEPARATE HYDRAULIC MASTER CYLINDER LHRB AVAILABLE. * ALL MAJOR COMPONENTS MACHINED FROM BILLET 6061 ALUMINIUM INCLUDING THE LEVER. * FAR SUPERIOR LEVER ERGONOMICS DUE TO BEING SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED FOR THIS APPLICATION. *WITH THE CLUTCH LINE FOR LEVER SWAP THE LEVER FUNCTIONS CAN BE SWAPPED SO THAT THE TOP LEVER IS THE CLUTCH. * THE BEST SWITCH BLOCK CLEARANCE DUE TO THE UNIQUE PIGGYBACK HANDLE BAR CLAMP DESIGN. *LARGE CAPACITY RESERVOIR SO YOU WON’T RUN OUT OF BRAKES JUST BECAUSE YOU’RE BRAKE PADS HAVE WORN SLIGHTLY. *OPTIMISED LEVERAGE RATIO FOR SENSATIONAL BRAKING POWER! *SEALED BALL BEARINGS ON LEVER PIVOT FOR PRECISE BRAKING FEEL. *QUALITY TEFLON LINED BRAIDED BRAKE HOSE NOT SOME CHEAP PLASTIC LINE. * ADJUSTABLE LEVER REACH. * 12 MONTH FULL WARRANTY.
  2. I'm looking at getting a Left Hand Rear Brake (LHRB) set up for my 2008 KTM EXCR 530. I'm starting to get into enduro riding and this past week end ride I focused on learning to do stand up wheelies I'm off to a good start. However, it was instantly apparent to me that trying to cover the rear brake was a very awkward and almost impossible task. Putting my boot on the peg in the arch of the foot feels totally retarded especially when standing, but necessary in order to cover the brake peddle. I always ride on the balls of my feet. So after a few wheelie tries I knew I want to get a LHRB. Also can't wait to try it in those steep and difficult down hills. I would love to just buy the Clake 2 but can't justify a grand right now for it I may get one at a later date. What type of LHRB do you have? Rekluse? Smoken? Clake? Or other? What do you like and what do you not like about it? Any input? Some things I'm wondering about this set up. How light is the pull pressure on yours? Is it a one finger pull? Can you operate the clutch and the rear brake at the same time? It looks like the mounting position of LHRB and clutch are very separated and spaced very far apart? Witch to me seams ridicules, seams to me the closer they are the better?. Like the Clake, both levers are on the same plane and sit right next to each other for very easy 1&2 finger access. When learing wheelies this week end I kept instinctively grabbing for the front brake to drop the front wheel, it was a natural to grab for it, never even thought about it was just muscle memory. To bad it dose not work. SO I wonder if any of these LHRBs can be mounted on the right side? Making it a RHRB?
  3. hawaiidirtrider

    Clake? ..worth getting?

    This looks intteresting.. not sure about how durable this thing is and what problems but the benefits I could use.. It looks a little funky though..maybe just have to get used to it..