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Pro Taper Profile Clutch Perch

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Product Description

The Pro Taper Profile Clutch Perch integrates a low profile design and a factory race team inspired quick adjust star to provide one of the most technologically advanced universal assemblies on the market. With sealed bearings at the lever pivot, the Profile assembly virtually eliminates friction and provides a smooth, consistent lever feel. But that is just the beginning. Once installed, you will recognize the countless hours of R&D that have been instilled in the Pro Taper Profile Clutch Perch design.

  • Universal application fits most make and model off-road bikes.
  • Exclusive lightweight, low profile design.
  • Unique "full-coverage" pivot mount rubber boot keeps assembly debris free.
  • Sealed bearings at lever pivot virtually eliminate friction and provide a smooth, consistent feel.
  • 6061 precision forged aluminum with ultra durable anodized finish.
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KooperTM Location: Carson City, NV
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Location: Florida
Nice!

Purchased this for my 8 yr. old son's bike. This is his first bike with a clutch. The adjustment allowed me to set it up with a short throw for his small hands, also made for a somewhat easier pull for him. The quick adjust is a little weird, can't seem to get it to have the adjustment that I thought it would, I ended up fine tuning it with the lower adjustment at the clutch arm. It's possibly due to adjusting the throw so short, has to do more with me than the assembly. Once the boot is installed you can't see what's going on with the adjustment. Use a little Vaseline to get the adjuster boot on, it's super tight (good thing).

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Location: Pensacola, FL, USA
Looks good feels even better

love the quick adjust. smooth solid clutch pulls. the dust cover for the cable takes some muscle to pull off but provides a good seal. (Husqvarna 610 supermoto)

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Location: Steamboat Springs, CO 80487, USA
Reduced the tension of a clutch pull

The long arm and adjustments reduced the clutch pull strength significantly. A must buy! Just needs to come in different colors.

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Location: Milford, pa
Great product for the money

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Location: LaFayette, NY
Upgrade Over stock

ProTaper makes good stuff. The price was Decent.. Replaced my stock lever on my Brand New YFZ 450R. And the ProTaper is like night and day better than the stock, especially if you're existing perch and lever is worn out. Pulls in easier and looks much better.

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Location: East Coast
Too many ajustments

For the price it's hard to beat, but i wouldn't by it again. Its working for now, but it runs out of adjustment for free play quickly and has to many adjustments. I also have ASV F3's on my quad and prefer those over this setup. Not a bad buy, just wouldn't by it again.

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Location: Carson City, NV
Ehh it works

I don't like. simple as that it works just isn't the best in my opinion.

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Abandrade Location: Florida
Paxton Location: Steamboat Springs, CO 80487, USA
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Abandrade 1 month 3 days ago Location: Florida
Will this fit my 08 klx 140?
MotoSport Staff Expert
1 month ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
This Pro Taper Clutch Perch set up is a universal set up but it is really meant more for 250/450 motocross race bikes. It would likely be able to be used on your 2008 Kawasaki KLX140 but you would need to bypass the clutch safety switch that your bike has hooked into the stock clutch perch. It would likely be easier for you to replace your clutch with OEM Kawasaki Parts. Here is a link to the OEM diagrams for your bikes clutch lever and perch: http://www.motosport.com/dirtbike/oem-parts/KAWASAKI/2008/KLX140L/HANDLEBAR-%28B8F_BAF%29?sku=46076-0049
26 days ago Location: Florida
Worked perfect on my kid's '01 XR80 with stock handle bars. I was wondering the same before purchasing, bike is at my shop, I can measure the diameter if need be.
Jesse Over 6 months ago Location: Grand Canyon Village, AZ 86023, USA
Is the lever included with the perch?
2014 wr450f
MotoSport Staff
Over 6 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
Yes, this does include the lever.
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Paxton Over 7 months ago Location: Steamboat Springs, CO 80487, USA
Stiff or not stiff clutch spring?
My clutch lever is extremely hard to pull back. I bought the KX500 from a guy who was flat track racing. Do you know why someone would want such a stiff spring? I bought this lever and it did help. The adjustment and the long lever worked well, but it still takes 3 fingers to pull it back...very hard to slip the clutch on hill climbs. The cable recently snapped, but the action all though stiff was smooth. Your advice would be great...new springs, different clutch, whatever?
MotoSport Staff
Over 7 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
For a clutch pull that is that difficult it could be a couple of things possibly. The most common would be if it has aftermarket clutch springs that are stiffer than stock. I would replace the clutch springs with a set of stock springs to see if that helps. Beyond that, the bearing that the actuator(part that cable connects to at the motor) could be bad and not moving freely causing a stiff clutch pull. These would be the two most common causes of a stiff clutch pull.
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