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I'd say you would but you'd need all the associated hardware which may turn out quite expensive. You'd need the clutch level system on the bars, clutch cables, bracketry, gearbox and pedals.
 

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Thanks for the reply guys... I have done it, and it cost me almost 300 dollars for the convert. So thankful to Kawasaki Philippines for giving the me list of the parts needed and the install. Just read the post today. Bike is almost 3 years old now... and still running well! :) Took a while for this reply hehe...
 

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Thanks for the reply guys... I have done it, and it cost me almost 300 dollars for the convert. So thankful to Kawasaki Philippines for giving the me list of the parts needed and the install. Just read the post today. Bike is almost 3 years old now... and still running well! :) Took a while for this reply hehe...
Could you please post a list of those part numbers? I'm sure this thread and that list will come in really handy for the next person that wants to do this conversion.
 

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Thanks for the reply guys... I have done it, and it cost me almost 300 dollars for the convert. So thankful to Kawasaki Philippines for giving the me list of the parts needed and the install. Just read the post today. Bike is almost 3 years old now... and still running well! :) Took a while for this reply hehe...
Hi Gino! I hope all is well, Bro I'm in dire need of advice / guidance how to proceed with the manual clutch conversion please let me know what parts did you get for that. My bike is currently in the Philippines also

Thank you!
 
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