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You have a clutch pushrod seal gone bad.

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post #12 of 20 (permalink) Old 03-31-2014, 11:23 AM
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The bad news is that neither MV nor Ducati sell that seal separately, only as part of a whole replacement slave unit. Hopefully someone here can advise you where to get a compatible seal. (I've always found it rather disgraceful that you can't buy a perishable part like that one its own!)

If you replace the seal, make sure you clean the bore also. Otherwise a new seal won't last as long as it should.

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Will do! thanks!
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You have a clutch pushrod seal gone bad.
Right on!! will get that fixed in the winter. Thanks
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The bad news is that neither MV nor Ducati sell that seal separately, only as part of a whole replacement slave unit. Hopefully someone here can advise you where to get a compatible seal. (I've always found it rather disgraceful that you can't buy a perishable part like that one its own!)

If you replace the seal, make sure you clean the bore also. Otherwise a new seal won't last as long as it should.

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IŽll try and look up the size of that seal! thanks!!
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clutch slave seal;
its a 1 3/16" automotive brake master cylinder seal
GM's and Toyotas
0.825 ID x 1.200" OD x 0.200" wide

try KTM and BMW only they sell Brembo internal parts
OK Aprilia sells the slave seal for $26 but thats it

before anybody thinks everything is metric, check most Honda front M/Cs its cast in "1/2" "

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Clutch slave cylinder kit.Hopefully they are still available.We were all told that the seal is correct for the original slave cylinder.

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Great guys! IŽve got all I need!! Thanks everyone!!
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Nico - did you manage to cure the leaking oil? I think I may have the same issue....

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Nico - did you manage to cure the leaking oil? I think I may have the same issue....
NO I HAVENT! Like DONSY said, my clutch pushrod seal gone bad and it looks like too much work for me. I will get it done within the next month or two. I dont get to ride it that often.. I only ride on sundays 20 or 30 milles and wipe the oil off every time I stop home.
My water pump also leaks a bit but since its not really a big leak I havent done anything either. ITS WINTER TIME OVER HERE!! By august/september I should have everything fixed.
The other issue I got is my speedometer.. but IŽll get there too!!
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