Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Muller Power Clutch

     The clutch on my 2002 Sportster has always been hard to pull and right now I'm just not up for it. A friend told me about the Muller Power Clutch.
     The Muller Power Clutch replaces the stock clutch release mechanism. Muller changed the angle of the inner and outer ramps on the clutch release in order to make the clutch lever easier to pull. Harley Davidson changed the stock setup to a similar configuration around 2006.

     The Muller Power Clutch was super easy to install and easy to adjust. It claims to make the clutch pull about 40% easier. I can attest that the clutch is much easier to pull. The only down side is that the Muller Power Clutch come at a price. Yep it's expensive.


Anonymous said...

I found that Portugal is in fact the most racist place on earth; especially toward African blacks! It's as if they have never seen a black person before and the Portugee culture is not only backwards (as if you steped in a time machine and went to the year 1899) but the citizens where exceptionally ignorant. It was as if you were talking to a wall rather than a human being. The Portugee also seemed to be trapped in another dimension of space and time because they kept on talking and mumbling about the past rather than the was pretty funny actually. I found this website that offers a Dr.'s opinion about the racism in Portugal and why the xenophobic culture is not just promoted within but exported as well to everywhere else they may be living. Strange since i've never heard of racism being described that way before?? Portugal seem to be experts in racism, especially in Canada and the U.S.


Ray Watson said...

When I first read your comment I figured that the Muller Motorcycle AG, who builds the Muller Power Clutch, must be a Portuguese company. But a check of Muller's website shows they are located in Germany. So I'm guessing you have such a major hard on for Portugal that you search the internet for Blogs to use to bash Portugal, because I really don't see any rational connection between Ray's Motorcycle Diary and Portugal.
You decry racism, and use that to bash Portugal, but Dude you are a poster boy for xenophobia.