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I bought a used FMV-S020 Slipper, and both the seller and I thought everything was in the package according to the parts diagram, but the text part of the instructions mentioned to use the special washer 0f3sr450a220045 that goes behind the hub and replaces the OEM basket washer.

The parts diagram doesn't show the washer like they do on the FMV-S010 parts diagram.

The NEW instructions I just downloaded from the STM website do not have the mention of the washer in the text and the parts diagram is the exact same as the old instructions. The rest of the instruction text is the same.

Anyone know if the instructions originally included were incorrect?

I am waiting to hear back from STM....but that could take forever...
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STM Replied. Original instructions incorrect, typo. Utilize new FMV-S020 instructions from the website.
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Be interested to get your take on install and riding impressions. Might eventually add to mine as well.

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Be interested to get your take on install and riding impressions. Might eventually add to mine as well.
I don't expect install to be a hassle - seems very similar to the Ducabike clutch I put in my Elefant.

I expect an easier clutch pull, which combined with the aftermarket clutch slave should make for an excellent reduction in stock clutch pull requirement. It should help with the really narrow twisty road riding where I just get to row between 1st and 2nd and roll on and off the throttle. I will report after I get'er done and tested.

Just had to replace my shifter return spring... will need new cush rubbers soon as well. Maybe the slipper will help with cush rubber life? I have contacted a company that I've used in the past to recreate Elefant rubber parts to see if they will make the cush rubbers in high durometer polyurethane, as they make other poly recreation parts. I can't believe no one offers a polyurethane cush rubber for 8000B2151 yet...

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Stm fmv-s020 - 990r

Easy install. Just waiting for the gasket...

The hardest part if you don't have a clutch basket holding tool would be breaking the nut loose on the OEM clutch.

I have a clutch holding tool, and an impact gun that undid the nut no problem.

I don't ever use the impact on assembly, instead used my digital torque wrench to tighten to 140Nm per the manual. Uses the original clutch pack, minus the two "judder" springs if that's what they are.
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That is one thing about working on your bikes is acquiring the tools. Looks like I'm set plus even have the gasket, now just waiting on the funds. Quality job. Appreciate the feedback.

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@falcn: The picture is sideways because of the way your camera saves the picture. Your device corrects the view when you view it from your device, but it is saved 90 degrees off...in the original orientation of the picture (i.e. held camera turned). Open the picture, check orientation, and then "save as" a jpeg...it will then be right.
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That is one thing about working on your bikes is acquiring the tools. Looks like I'm set plus even have the gasket, now just waiting on the funds. Quality job. Appreciate the feedback.

-Brett
Note - the clutch tool UTL-0030 for the FMV-S020 slipper fits in the dogs where the red spring retainer fits, a regular basket holding tool will not work with the slipper fit. You could try to brace it another way - the old penny in the gears trick might work. Bellisimoto has a nice shot of the tool.

I am still waiting on the dang gasket - supposed to have been in stock, but not getting to Alex until Thursday. I ordered a second one from him after waiting so long for the first one, and wanting to have a spare. Such is owning a rare Italian machine. Been down since the dang shifter return spring repair - didn't think it would take this long.

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WOOOOO! Got the gasket and the broken shift spring replaced and the bike is back on the road this morning.

Initial impressions of the STM slipper - I like it! I'm not one to just drop gears and drop the clutch anyway, but this smoothed out the very low speed corners where I was downshifting and rolling off and on, taking out some of the harsh feeling.

Still plenty of engine braking, no issues with shifting up or down, clutch still feels good. I'll report back when I get on some tight tight stuff next week.

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