the mech finally got around installing the hydraulic clutch. it needed some special jugaard as the oem handle also has the mirror screwed into it. but as most of the time he managed with some quite smart usage of parts available.
unfortunately this clutch has no future with me, the hand force is about 100% MORE so i have to ask, why bother? what is this contraption good for? planing to ask ONX that too.
This is from an older post of mine on this thread.
"Leverage is important here, we need to determine a couple of basics.
The Master cylinder is what you will pull with your hand and the Slave cylinder will react to the differences between the diameters of the 2 pistons sizes.
So if you have a small master cylinder it will enable more force to be applied but more movement to accomplish the action, a bigger Master cylinder will move the Slave faster but will require more force from the Hand squeezing the Clutch lever.
Personally I think the length of the Levers should be the critical consideration here.
Hydraulics is good but it is just a Lever and a small piston or a Big piston pushed by a small or big piston is the same as a SeeSaw ".