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This is a discussion about Clutch questions within the Suzuki Hayabusa section, where you will Some say Busa's Dominate; I'm looking at getting an aftermarket clutch and need to know my options on what is currently available. I think what I want is a hand slider but not 100% sure. I want a slider

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    I'm looking at getting an aftermarket clutch and need to know my options on what is currently available. I think what I want is a hand slider but not 100% sure. I want a slider but I don't always have someone to push me back to the pits so I need one that will still be able to go under its own power if need be. If I'm not mistaken the Hays and Rock Solid can be setup this way correct? If the clutch is setup in hand slider mode do you still launch with the clutch lever or is it like a slider but you are able to use the lever if its needed?

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    yes you are correct....we are a dealer for the hays and have them instock....and can also set you up with the correct clutch fibers and steels for the clutch for either manufacturer

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    I highly recommend the Rock
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    The Hays is a nice piece. i'ts multiple clutches in one I just installed it before season ended only made 4 passes on it all 4 passes perfect I used full slider mode then, next year i will be changing to hand mode I have been playing with old style lock ups for a while and this clutch moved me 2 tenth's in the 60 and 3tenth's in the 1/8 mi and 1/4.

    http://www.psychobike.com/forums/da-...3259-hays.html

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    Which one is more user friendly out of the Hays or the Rock Solid? Easier to tune?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fiend View Post
    Which one is more user friendly out of the Hays or the Rock Solid? Easier to tune?
    From my experience.....Rock

    First outing with it 60' 1.26
    Now we drop consistent 1.21 in a PST Bike
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