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Clutch Arm Extender

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Clutch Arm Extender

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Fits 2009-2014 CRF 450R


Does not fit the 2015 450R


New clutch cable routing introduced on the 2009 HONDA CRF 450R can lead to a heavy clutch pull. This extender increases the moment arm by 4mm and provides about a 50% reduction in pull effort while also providing better clutch engagement modulation.


The installation for this part is pretty involved and requires removal of the clutch arm from the engine. To do that, the transmission oil must be be drained, so you can remove the clutch cover for access to the clutch rod etc. The clutch arm is modified by drilling out the existing clevis, drilling a hole for the new fastener and cutting the arm to shorten it enough to allow the extender to be installed correctly. Plan about an hour for installation. Detailed step by step instructions are included.


Don't forget to lube the cable once in awhile and we also recommend replacing the cable about every 40 hours as the heat from the exhaust tends to break down the cable internally, which greatly contributes to a heavy / hard to pull clutch.

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Fits 2009-2014 CRF 450R

Does not fit the 2015 450R

New clutch cable routing introduced on the 2009 HONDA CRF 450R can lead to a heavy clutch pull. This extender increases the moment arm by 4mm and provides about a 50% reduction in pull effort while also providing better clutch engagement modulation.

The installation for this part is pretty involved and requires removal of the clutch arm from the engine. To do that, the transmission oil must be be drained, so you can remove the clutch cover for access to the clutch rod etc. The clutch arm is modified by drilling out the existing clevis, drilling a hole for the new fastener and cutting the arm to shorten it enough to allow the extender to be installed correctly. Plan about an hour for installation. Detailed step by step instructions are included.

Don't forget to lube the cable once in awhile and we also recommend replacing the cable about every 40 hours as the heat from the exhaust tends to break down the cable internally, which greatly contributes to a heavy / hard to pull clutch.

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