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ASV F3 Clutch Lever, For Use With Hydraulic Clutch

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ASV F3 Clutch Lever, For Use With Hydraulic Clutch

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Verified Purchaser
Location: California
F3 KTM clutch lever...AWESOME

Easy install and quality product. I have not crashed with these yet but have seen buddies endure horrific tumbles. I think you can bend these but they're hard to break. Props to Motosport...I ordered a pair for my 2012 Honda CRF250X and 2012 KTM 250SX and mixed up the part numbers, ordering a RED clutch lever for the KTM instead of the Honda. Whoever puts the order together saw that I miss matched the levers and sent the correct ones. Only suggestion to Motosport.com is to sell them in PAIRS. This would cut down on confusion when ordering. Love Motosport.com. Would recommend highly. Bolted right up to the KTM...no problems.

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Top 500 Contributor Top 1000 Contributor
Location: Pierpont, OH
Slight issue, no big.

I purchased this lever with the magura hydraulic clutch for my 2005 YZ250. The part of the ASV lever that pushed into the master cylinder to disengage the clutch is too long. With the lever installed, the slave cylinder would not release fully. This would burn out your clutch quickly with constant slipping. Luckily, the pin from the stock lever screws into the ASV lever, but you cannot have the red adjuster knob on the end for clearance reasons. Not "plug and play" quality I would expect from ASV, but not an issue after it was fixed. Very happy with the action now.

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Location: Fayetteville, NC
F3 Clutch

A great lever, a bit pricey, but worth every penny. Looks sharp on the bike also. I've had no problem with fit or feel with this lever, actually I feel like I'm not having to work my left hand as much with this lever. It replaced my KTM's OEM lever.

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Location: Jersey
Looks Good, But...

i got this clutch lever in black and despite the cool look and the great idea of being unbreakable, it just doesnt fit well. its shorter then the stock brembo lever and sits funny against the inner portion if the grip. when you go to use the clutch the outer part of the lever hits your outer hand. its not a big problem but for 60 bucks i was hoping for a little more.

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garhere Location: new york
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bdhmracing Over 4 years ago
Is this the longer lever or the shorter one?
MotoSport Staff
Over 4 years ago Location: P+RTLAND
These are standard length levers.
thundarr Over 4 years ago Location: Raymond, MS
Does this come with the rubber guard that mounts to the pivot bolt? If not where can that accessory be purchased?
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 4 years ago Location: Portland, OR
You can contact Magura to see if they offer such a thing.
garhere Over 5 years ago Location: new york
Wil this fit magura hyd. clutch kit?
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 5 years ago
Yes that is what this lever is made to work with.
thathurt Over 5 years ago
How do i know if i have to buy a hydraulic perch?
MotoSport Staff
Over 5 years ago Location: Portland, OR
A hydraulic clutch runs a reservoir that looks like your front brake reservoir. So if your clutch is cable operated this set up wont work because the hydraulic set up operates off of hydraulic fluid and the cable obviously uses a cable to operate.
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