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Who makes a Hydraulic Twist clutch setup?

Anyone make a complete setup or is this an engineering project you need to do yourself?
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With a remote master its fairly easy... but all in one at the handlebar I'd say ....not yet...
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i seen someone that made one.i just can't remeber where.but if this helps
they used a wire cable through the handle bar and the had an attachment to
make the wire to hydraulics work.i will see if i can dig it up for ya.ah i found it
http://www.grandeurcycle.com/parts/Accessories.htm seems a little pricey
though.scroll down the page its there.looks like you may be able to make one
if you look at grandeur design in pic.

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check this thread

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Today only 168.75 for my Internal throttle.
6 Ball bearings
spring return
DOT approved.
Wedge lock installation
retail 225.00
The twist clutch for hydraulic is the twist clutch, a remote master cyclinder and the cable to run it.
The clutch is 225.00, the remote master cyclinder is 256.00 chrome or 223.00 for polished, the cable is free, the Remote reservoir for master cylinder is 52.00. This set up is the TOP OF THE LINE. These are what I run on my house built bikes. There are cheaper master cyclinders on the market. But these are what I run and stand behind them.
I can sell you the internal throttle for 168.75 today and add the clutch system for a additional 533.00 for the chrome set up...
LEt me know
another 500 hundred coming in... Cant keep these things in stock so act fast.

5 left...... After that it will be 2 weeks before the new batch is back and assembled, packaged and ready for shipment. JP, DRAG, Custom Chrome.... all picked them up....
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Today only 168.75 for my Internal throttle.
6 Ball bearings
spring return
DOT approved.
Wedge lock installation
retail 225.00
The twist clutch for hydraulic is the twist clutch, a remote master cyclinder and the cable to run it.
The clutch is 225.00, the remote master cyclinder is 256.00 chrome or 223.00 for polished, the cable is free, the Remote reservoir for master cylinder is 52.00. This set up is the TOP OF THE LINE. These are what I run on my house built bikes. There are cheaper master cyclinders on the market. But these are what I run and stand behind them.
I can sell you the internal throttle for 168.75 today and add the clutch system for a additional 533.00 for the chrome set up...
LEt me know
another 500 hundred coming in... Cant keep these things in stock so act fast.

5 left...... After that it will be 2 weeks before the new batch is back and assembled, packaged and ready for shipment. JP, DRAG, Custom Chrome.... all picked them up....
OK. I'll purchase the throttle. PM me with the the details. Do you have a pic of the clutch control, mC and resevoir?

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I think Concrete Guy had made a twist/hydraulic. Sorry Golfish should have looked at your link before replying! LOL!!
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Old 10-05-2007, 03:11 PM
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I think Concrete Guy had made a twist/hydraulic. Sorry Golfish should have looked at your link before replying! LOL!!
Not needed bro, I do it all the time.



GCC, Streamline products are top notch, we plan to use his throttle on our new build.

If you contact Concrete Guy he might be able to help you out. I think the remote res he used was around 70.00 and he modified everything else himself. Its not too much work if your a fab guy..I'm not but lucky for me my buddy is.
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Old 10-05-2007, 03:31 PM
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I'm going to try Streamlines twist clutch and throttle on my current build. Seems to be a nice product.

Thanks everyone for the responses and help.
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Old 10-05-2007, 03:35 PM
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Great choice....of course you'll take pictures along the way
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you can do a cable to hydraulic setup, but not direct hydraulic
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