Anyone run Hydro Clutches?

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450Riot

Active Member
Apr 24, 2012
#1
I wanna compare Magura against Streamline.

I've felt a magura on a KTM 250SX and they are really nice.

Anyone ever use a Streamline that has used a Magura?

Anyone know where to get replacement parts for either product?

Anyone know of any other brands to choose from?

Thanks.
 

450Riot

Active Member
Apr 24, 2012
#3
I don't know where I'd order husqvarna parts around here.. I tried brembo's site to take a look but their site is useless. Any tips on finding one to fit my machine? 2004 Kicker.
 

airmobile101

Lifetime Member
Apr 17, 2012
#4
I don't know where I'd order husqvarna parts around here.. I tried brembo's site to take a look but their site is useless. Any tips on finding one to fit my machine? 2004 Kicker.
Too be quite honest, you might be better off trying to piece together a KTM setup. The only issue I see is the hydro slave mounting up to a Honda.
 

450Riot

Active Member
Apr 24, 2012
#5
Yeah I already looked at that and I don't have the tools to mod something up like that.

I guess right now I'd like to see if anyone has a good idea to match the Magura up or if someone has a review on Streamlines..
 

strubby

Active Member
May 20, 2012
#6
I like the Magura on my bike a lot. I wouldn't consider spending the coin before, but after having it now... It always smooth, doesn't give me arm pump nearly as bad in the tight stuff. Always seems to be spot on. Definitely worth the upgrade I think.

I'm not sure how the slave cylinder would work on the Honda motor. I haven't looked into the aftermarket setups and how they work...
 

450Riot

Active Member
Apr 24, 2012
#7
Yeah I can't seem to find a Magura that I can just buy and install. I might peice together a KTM setup, I'd just have to lengthen/shorten the shaft coming out of the slave to match up to the pull that the honda needs. I'd also need to manufacture a bracket too.

In the end I can see myself spending a lot more on tools and materials to make it work. Might end up going with the streamline on that note..
 

hoser

Active Member
Apr 11, 2012
#8
Many places carry the Magura hydraulic clutch for the 450r. Check with site sponsors and if they can't help you I can PM you some stores that carry it.
 

450Riot

Active Member
Apr 24, 2012
#11
Never ordered from them. Had good luck with Motosport and Rocky Mountain in the past. Usually don't like to order from the States if I don't have to. But those two sites didn't get me unexpected shipping prices and border fees.
 

El Mamito USMC

Zorros Racing Team..
Staff member
Apr 11, 2012
#13
Todd is one of my sponsors, he's a legit guy. Buy from him, he's honest and have great prices. And the 5% off still going until next Monday..


So I'm looking into a set up also I was thinking going OEm with bikes springs..

Never ordered from them. Had good luck with Motosport and Rocky Mountain in the past. Usually don't like to order from the States if I don't have to. But those two sites didn't get me unexpected shipping prices and border fees.
 

450Riot

Active Member
Apr 24, 2012
#14
I didn't see the 5% on the site it just gave me the price. Maybe I'm shtoopid.

OEM fibers and steels are the way to go. Although I was more than happy with my Barnett Dirt Digger that lasted me 5-6 years! I just need a new basket..