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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 10-05-2018, 03:07 PM Thread Starter
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What clutch should I buy for My F4 1078RR 2008

I need to change my clutch plates but I’m thinking if it will be a good idea to buy one EVR/STM or other. I saw a lot of topics and posts but none I found is 100% clear.
Can you post your opinions.
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Clutch or clutchplates?

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It growls and rages and flies across the tarmac like a wild animal that has escaped the confinement of a cage and after merely waiting restlessly until the release, will not endure being locked up ever again.


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Clutch or clutchplates?
Clutch plates. But consider one clutch upgrade or clutch plates upgrade.
Opinions please?

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So you want to replace your plates and also buy a slipper clutch to work with your original basket?

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So you want to replace your plates and also buy a slipper clutch to work with your original basket?
I’m considering all the options.
Or I buy the original components for the clutch.
Or I buy upgraded clutch disks
Or I buy a new slipper clutch (the original one is also slipper)
So I need to decide what to do.
Apreciate some advices

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Yes,you only need the clutch plates,the rest should be OK.


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The stock friction and steel plates are good quality, please make sure you have a late model clutch basket, the early type is very fragile and will not handle hard use. The MV slipper clutch is fine for road use, for racing consider Suter, Sigma,EVR, STM, they are all good
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Clutch plates. But consider one clutch upgrade or clutch plates upgrade.
Opinions please?

I have the TSS slipperclutch. Bought from a forum member and very happy with it.

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