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View Poll Results: Grabby Clutch
Clutch slips perfectly, can launch like the best 4 33.33%
Clutch engagement can be sudden and fast starts are not safe. 7 58.33%
Sometime ok sometimes bad. 1 8.33%
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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 08-14-2019, 04:34 PM Thread Starter
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I don't know if this helps or not but the slipper clutch in my ducati 1098s does that when the total stack height of the plates and steels wear down . In the instructions for that clutch it says a total height for the whole stack and a minimum thickness for each plate and of course the order in which they need to be installed. I fix it by putting in new clutch packings about every 6000 miles
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I don't know if this helps or not but the slipper clutch in my ducati 1098s does that when the total stack height of the plates and steels wear down . In the instructions for that clutch it says a total height for the whole stack and a minimum thickness for each plate and of course the order in which they need to be installed. I fix it by putting in new clutch packings about every 6000 miles
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Its not completely unconnected, but this issue exists from new on some bikes, brand new clutches. I've one more to check this month, i think we have a fix though.

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I am interested! Will send you a PM.

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I have noted this now too, one of my 2012 F4s has an EVR slipper and the clutch feel is night and day compared to the factory clutch.

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