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That is sweet looking. John does amazing work. You may have already posted this, but in what ways will rollerizing the z-bar help? I have one so I am curious.

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For all that work, why not go hydraulic?
 

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A piece that nice makes me wish I had a clutch!
 

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I am not completely sold on the hydraulic setup yet and I did not want to fool around with the cable. I will try this setup and I think it is really going to do the job..
 

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That is sweet looking. John does amazing work. You may have already posted this, but in what ways will rollerizing the z-bar help? I have one so I am curious.

Mark

Thanks, I built my first one because I was missing shifts at the track on a irregular bassis. After changing the set up to heim joints, I didn't miss shifts near as much (more due to driver error than sloppy parts). The heim joint set up made the clutch work smoother. It is a lot of work but it's cheaper than a cable and it looks almost stock.

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I assume you use spherical bearings in the ends where it pivots on the frame and the block, similar to the nylon balls that are in there originally?
 
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