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Slipper Clutch and Air filter

Hey Guys,

I'm shopping around for a slipper clutch for my F3,

any idea which one I should be considering? The ones I found are

the TSS one and the Sigma unit.

http://www.designcorse.co.uk/F3_B675_Slipper_Clutches

How difficult is it to install myself and do I need to get any special tools etc?


With regards to the air filter:
I'm looking at a MWR foam air filter, can I expect any difference in performance with this over the normal stock unit? I've been riding dirt bikes quite alot and do like the idea of a foam air filter. I take it I can use any foam air filter oil (I know they recommend only MWR oil)?

http://www.designcorse.co.uk/F3_Airf...MWR_Air_Filter


Do I have to do anything to the fueling afterwards?

Thanks!
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Just got my MWR filter in the post, hopefully will get time for before and after dyno runs next week, will post here.
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Hey Guys,

I'm shopping around for a slipper clutch for my F3,

any idea which one I should be considering? The ones I found are

the TSS one and the Sigma unit.

http://www.designcorse.co.uk/F3_B675_Slipper_Clutches

How difficult is it to install myself and do I need to get any special tools etc?


With regards to the air filter:
I'm looking at a MWR foam air filter, can I expect any difference in performance with this over the normal stock unit? I've been riding dirt bikes quite alot and do like the idea of a foam air filter. I take it I can use any foam air filter oil (I know they recommend only MWR oil)?

http://www.designcorse.co.uk/F3_Airf...MWR_Air_Filter

Do I have to do anything to the fueling afterwards?

Thanks!
I am only familiar with the TSS, but I don't think it makes a difference at this stage. The airfilter is good too, but make sure you have a workshop manual before you attempt working on the bike.

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Just got my MWR filter in the post, hopefully will get time for before and after dyno runs next week, will post here.
Cool man, let us know what you get please.

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I am only familiar with the TSS, but I don't think it makes a difference at this stage. The airfilter is good too, but make sure you have a workshop manual before you attempt working on the bike.
Also check with Al if they can get the latest MWR air-filter, it looks pretty trick.

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Keen to hear your experience fitting and riding a slipper clutch.

Have you encountered the clutch judder on aggressive (race) launches?

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MWR filters

Fitted filters and ran on dyno today, not a huge improvement but still a couple of HP at various point on the graph, also did the first few runs with the different maps.
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What were the dyno numbers bro? You cant post a statement saying you did dyno runs and not tell us before and after numbers. Come on man. Lol. Waiting patiently. ......
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What were the dyno numbers bro? You cant post a statement saying you did dyno runs and not tell us before and after numbers. Come on man. Lol. Waiting patiently. ......
Just click on the attached pdf file.
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