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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 07-09-2010, 11:56 AM Thread Starter
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Arrow STM / MV Slipper Clutches?

Anyone running these can give us a little feedback on how well they work on the MV?

Also looking to confirm which is the correct manufactor part number for the F4-1000S or R model bikes?
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check out this one, this is his latest version, the STM was the second;

EVR (Edo Vigna Racing) Slipper Clutch - Wet or Dry

State of the Art, the latest technology in Slipper Clutch, by the inventor of the Slipper Clutch while heading the Corsa Department at Ducati, Edo Vigna. Skillfully crafted and engineered like no other, the absolute highest quality available from Italy. An awesome performance improvement for your italian machine. This is what every slipper clutch would be, if it could.

Dry Clutch for All Ducati Dry Clutch ($1339) - Wet Clutch for Ducati 848, Multistrada 1100, GT1000, Sport 1000, ST3 and ST4S - ($769) and MV Agusta F4 and Brutale ($839)

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MV1,
We carry these slippers and have had nothing but good reviews about them. We don't have the MV ones on our site yet but will shortly. The part number are different for the F4-1000S/Brutale and the F4-1000R.

EVR235 EVR MV Agusta F4 1000 R Slipper Clutch
EVR236 EVR MV Agusta F4 1000 S/Brutale 910 Slipper Clutch

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Hi MV1,
i have just tested the STM SC at my 1078 in Assen.
It works much better than than the original.
Better feeling over all.

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I use the STM Evo on my F4 and have had no problems, very smooth in action.

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Welcome aboard the Forum!

the reason i'm going with the EVR, is that it is the 3rd version of the slipper clutch designed by Edo Vigna(Racing)
1st was the Ducati Corse 1, then STM and now the EVR

it lifts just the pressure plate like the Aprilia PSS one, although that one runs on vacuum....and has been faultless on mine, for 30,000 mi

the TSS lifts the pressure plate BUT its NOT splined to the clutch hub, NEVER seen a clutch like that.....the 6mm bolts are taking all the load.....no thanks

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Hey thanks for the feedback guys. They have one at a very reasonable price on the bay, but am still not sure if it will work on my 1000S track/street bike.

The manufacturer part number their referencing is 242-1155 which doesn't seem to match up to anything other than the 750 ORO definitively one way or the other.

Guess it was a shot in the dark but thought maybe it could work on the 1000's as well.
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If you are talking about the one on ebay for $599 then yes it will fit your bike, I have asked them.

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Guys, I'm running a slipper clutch from Sigma Performance, Neil Splading the main man there, and coincidently technical guru/commentator for eurosport MotoGP knows his stuff. Fitted by those very helpful chaps at Forza Italia. UK who look after the bike. Most noticeable improvement is on track where it is smooth and quick, I can recommend the upgrade.

Fitted to my F4R
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hummm.....I prefer to make it from myself!
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